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Trizzak

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  1. 1 minute ago, sbhatt said:

    JONATHAN DROUIN IS A USELESS PIECE OF TRASH....all this talk from some on this board about his vast improvement is pure and utter BS.  After almost costing them a goal, he flat-out does...he put that great poke-check by Allen right to a Jet with yet another of his 'brilliant' blind one-touch passes. 

     

    🤬

    That was Petry though...?

  2. 1 minute ago, dlbalr said:

    We also know the Habs were among the teams showing interest in Hoffman heading into the start of the season to the point where they were exploring cap dump trades.  That one wouldn't shock me.

    This is also the year to do it because the pandemic will stop Hoffman's toxic AF girlfriend from bullying any of the other wives of the players.

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    Only presenting this because of the blue checkmark, but if Hoffman is indeed heading to the north division there is a 25% chance it is to Montreal...

     

    33.3% if you take into account Winnipeg is probably not looking for another scoring forward. BUT WE GOT A 66 2/3 CHANCE OF HOFFMAN CAUSE DUBAS KNOWS HE CAN'T BEAT US AND HE'S NOT EVEN GONNA TRY! SO EDMONTON YOU TAKE YOUR 33 1/3 CHANCE MINUS OUR 25% CHANCE AND YOU GOT 8 1/3 CHANCE OF HOFFMAN AT THE DEADLINE. BUT THEN YOU TAKE MY 75% CHANCE OF HOFFMAN IF WE WAS TO GO 1 ON 1 AND THEN ADD 66 2/3 %. I GOT A 141 2/3 CHANCE OF HOFFMAN AT THE DEADLINE! KEN HOLLAND?THE NUMBERS DON'T LIE AND THEY SPELL DISASTER FOR YOU AT THE DEADLINE!

  4. Bumping this thread because I've seen a great discussion on the forum about if Weber would be picked up by Seattle if he was unprotected at the expansion draft. 

     

    I think he would be (and then flipped with salary retained), but it still might be worth the risk if Bergevin can bring in another top 4 defenseman with term at the trade deadline. The Habs aren't getting enough points from the back end, and the left side in particular is rough. I'd risk having a hole on the right side next season if it means filling a hole on the left this season.

     

    And who knows, maybe Allen is so far and away the best goalie available that Seattle feels they have to take him over Weber. 

  5. 4 hours ago, dlbalr said:

    If Gallagher was to miss the rest of the season, then he'd be LTIR-eligible where they could use most (not all) of his money.  However, it comes at a cost as it would guarantee a bonus overage penalty for next season.

    I know we can't really trust the word of Marc "I not gonna make a trade never mind I just made a trade" Bergevin, but when a reporter brought up the possibility of a bonus overage next season he wasn't all that concerned about the ramifications, even in a flat cap world. 

  6. 1 minute ago, TurdBurglar said:

    Just read that Montreal might be interested in Ekholm, it also reported that they believe it will cost a 1st, one of Armia or Leks for cap space, and 2 prospects not named Caufield.

     

    Seems a little steep for Ekholm, no?

    Yes, and Ekholm might not even be available anymore. Nashville is on a bit of a tear right now in a division with a wide open playoff position available.

  7. 31 Thoughts podcast had Chris Johnston on. He and Friedman think Bergevin will make one more trade for a defenseman, but didn't go into specifics of names (although the did mention that it is a sellers market for defensemen because of how so few names are available.)

  8. On 4/1/2021 at 3:34 PM, Commandant said:

    Oh I'd keep them together for now, and I like Mete a lot better than Ouellet. 

     

    I just think you need to use the eye test combined with analytics, its never just one, and the eye test on Mete shows some deficiencies that the analytics won't catch. 

    If we're going to discuss the eye test of Kulak's errors looking worse than Chiarot's errors because of who has the puck more often and the value of the plays they are attempting respectively, then I think we need to discuss how the eye test is negatively biased to a 5'9" defenseman's mistakes over those of a 6'2" defenseman's. 

  9. It could be argued that the Habs would be disadvantaged by being rusty from the week off, but I think they got a gift getting a tired Oilers team on the second night of a back-to-back with travel.

     

    The thing about gifts is that you make sure you accept them and move on. Take the points, put some distance between the team behind you and close the gap with the team ahead of you. I'm glad the Habs got it done. 

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  10. On 3/26/2021 at 3:04 PM, Trizzak said:

    With more to come:

     

     

    The "more to come" looks like it will involve Lehkonen. In his 31 Thoughts blog, Elliotte Friedman says he thinks Lehk is primed to be dealt, but Bergevin needs to wait for an "all-clear" to their Covid situation. 

     

    A deal as soon as tonight, then?

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