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    lol - no matter what moves MB makes, this club is not going to win a Stanley cup with him as the GM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CH1 View Post
    I read they are doing it together tmrw aft.
    Then it changed from what Lavoie said last night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCountofMonteCristo View Post
    Then it changed from what Lavoie said last night.
    yeah.. Lavoie had a scoop that turned out to be fake news
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    Quote Originally Posted by GGpX View Post
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    Check out the Leaf board. I stole it from there. MB is a laughing stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xposbrad View Post
    lol - no matter what moves MB makes, this club is not going to win a Stanley cup with him as the GM.
    Cup .....at this point a playoff appearance is a start

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    Quote Originally Posted by GEEMAN View Post
    Cup .....at this point a playoff appearance is a start
    For far too many, it's the main goal.
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    I don't think the voices on this board speak for the mass of Hab fans. People are tired of the flawed approached from Berg and the organization. I've posted the list of Stanley Cup champions many times. Nearly all teams that won cups didn't use trades and Free Agency to do so. You're best players are almost always the ones you've drafted.

    Posters on this board seem to want to fixate on Edmonton (they will be good very soon) and Buffalo rather than look at Pitts, Chi, LA, Tampa, Detroit, Anaheim, Jersey, etc. --- now Toronto and Winnipeg.

    Really only Nashville is the outlier team right now that is good from trades. And like I said, MB isn't gonna become a good GM at this point.

    Also, anyone that defends Bergevin at this point should just be ignored.

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    Bergevin has completely screwed up the last 2 years and should have been fired but perhaps he’s learned from his mistakes. If it was up to me, I wouldn’t be giving him another chance, but maybe he’ll pleasantly surprise us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CH1 View Post
    I read they are doing it together tmrw aft.
    That's Renaud Lavoie once again getting it wrong.

    For an insider he's often really off the mark more often than not
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainBolduke View Post
    I don't think the voices on this board speak for the mass of Hab fans. People are tired of the flawed approached from Berg and the organization. I've posted the list of Stanley Cup champions many times. Nearly all teams that won cups didn't use trades and Free Agency to do so. You're best players are almost always the ones you've drafted.

    Posters on this board seem to want to fixate on Edmonton (they will be good very soon) and Buffalo rather than look at Pitts, Chi, LA, Tampa, Detroit, Anaheim, Jersey, etc. --- now Toronto and Winnipeg.

    Really only Nashville is the outlier team right now that is good from trades. And like I said, MB isn't gonna become a good GM at this point.

    Also, anyone that defends Bergevin at this point should just be ignored.
    Nashville used their depth of draft riches to make great trades without creating a hole .

    They have a good nucleus of drafted players as well . They did a great job since 2013 to build their contender.

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    The term "insider" should always be taken with a grain of salt. It's more of a marketing term than a reality.

    The biggest insider in the industry (Bob Mackenzie) only reports on trades and signings after they have been confirmed. That should tell you how much knowledge these other guys actually have. Nearly everything is based on opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GEEMAN View Post
    Cup .....at this point a playoff appearance is a start
    I'm not saying Habs will make it next year but the fluctuation from one season to the next that certain teams are having is just mind boggling.

    NJ, Philly and the Avs were three of the worse teams in the NHL last year and all three are in this year, I didn't have any of these teams making it.

    Oilers, Habs, Chicago and Blues go from 100 point seasons to missing the playoffs.

    Things are just too unpredictable nowadays
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    The term "insider" should always be taken with a grain of salt. It's more of a marketing term than a reality.

    The biggest insider in the industry (Bob Mackenzie) only reports on trades and signings after they have been confirmed. That should tell you how much knowledge these other guys actually have. Nearly everything is based on opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainBolduke View Post
    I don't think the voices on this board speak for the mass of Hab fans. People are tired of the flawed approached from Berg and the organization. I've posted the list of Stanley Cup champions many times. Nearly all teams that won cups didn't use trades and Free Agency to do so. You're best players are almost always the ones you've drafted.

    Posters on this board seem to want to fixate on Edmonton (they will be good very soon) and Buffalo rather than look at Pitts, Chi, LA, Tampa, Detroit, Anaheim, Jersey, etc. --- now Toronto and Winnipeg.

    Really only Nashville is the outlier team right now that is good from trades. And like I said, MB isn't gonna become a good GM at this point.

    Also, anyone that defends Bergevin at this point should just be ignored.
    And the only reason nashville is so successful with trades is that they draft well, especially at defense and flip the guys they drafted for help in other areas. The only time they didn't follow this pattern was with forsberg.

    At the end of the day, if drafting and development is bad, youre screwed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainBolduke View Post
    The term "insider" should always be taken with a grain of salt. It's more of a marketing term than a reality.

    The biggest insider in the industry (Bob Mackenzie) only reports on trades and signings after they have been confirmed. That should tell you how much knowledge these other guys actually have. Nearly everything is based on opinion.
    Actually Mckenzie does quite a bit of speculating based on contacts he has around the league as he mentions it.

    Pierre Lebrun often cites contacts he has when he makes some comments on possible news stories brewing around the NHL

    I would be surprised that Renaud lavoie has the contacts Mczenzie has when trying to dig through a story or rumor
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonKay View Post
    I'm not saying Habs will make it next year but the fluctuation from one season to the next that certain teams are having is just mind boggling.

    NJ, Philly and the Avs were three of the worse teams in the NHL last year and all three are in this year, I didn't have any of these teams making it.

    Oilers, Habs, Chicago and Blues go from 100 point seasons to missing the playoffs.

    Things are just too unpredictable nowadays
    A few signing such as PS and some help on D and healthy lineup and we are back in. Price will probably be back to his normal self. I think we should tank again but probably will not happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habs53 View Post
    A few signing such as PS and some help on D and healthy lineup and we are back in. Price will probably be back to his normal self. I think we should tank again but probably will not happen.
    Who are we going to beat out for the playoffs even with PS or other moves ?

    Barring injuries we arent getting out of our division and the WC is our only chance.

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    After today’s PC laugh-a-thon I will take a wild guess Max for ROR will be the trade to help adjust team “attitude”

    Wonder if Mtl would help Radar regain “his love of the game”? LOL


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    Usually, the coach takes the bullet for team attitude. The Habs are the only org that puts the captain at the same level. #retards
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    Why wasn’t the kindly old coach (RIP Red) at the pressser?

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