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  1. I was hoping for deals on bigger puzzle pieces like Dunn and Laine. We'll see if Merrill and Gufstafsson are enough. Should no better than to expect blockbusters at the deadline from Marc Bargain-bin.
  2. I don't know what you mean by bad character, but if this were 10 years ago Bergie would've been licking his chops to get his hands on Perry. Clearly MB saw something in Perry's performance last season that was worth spending the league minimum on him for. It's a more than fair depth signing and I imagine MB is working the phones looking for new homes for one of either Kulak or Weal if not both. Possibly even a new home for Byron. MB has enough picks to offer as sweetener to take on Byron.
  3. I wonder if the reason for the signing isn't at least to see him in 9 games with Weber on the right side? With junior hockey on pause, maybe the best thing for Kaiden Guhle's development is a regular start in the NHL. This is a team still young and growing. Maybe the plan is to groom the kid along side Weber.
  4. If I'm throwing a UFA contract at someone...It would be: Evgeni Dadonov.
  5. I just want to point out to everyone who's on Bergy about our top 4, the following is a list of the top 6 in TB on the ice for the cup victory: Victor Hedman-TOI: 25 mins Ryan McDonagh-TOI: 22:34 mins Mikhail Sergachev-TOI:14:16 mins Zach Bogosian-TOI: 19:09 mins Erik Cernak-TOI: 19:07 mins Kevin Shattenkirk-TOI: 17:07 mins of the 6 only 3 of those are really offensively productive puck movers. The only one of those 6 d on TB who had better regular season numbers than Weber and Petry was Victor Hedman. Given the fact that their second highest cap hit on the
  6. The only thing that's truly baffling is how to satisfy a Habs fan. If you're the girlfriend of a Habs fan, you're probably going to want to bring a top pairing, puck moving defense man to bed with you. Even then, it's not guaranteed they'll be happy. Edmundson is not top pairing for sure. But he's not a Beer League guy either and this is the part that kills me: When MTL drafted Cole Caufield 15th ova, Habs fans cried, we need more size. So MTL goes and gets more size on the blueline, who can contribute offensively, Block shots, hit, kill penalties and everyone says: Oh he's too big,
  7. I can't help but think there's correlation between the Jake Allen and Joel Edmundson acquisitions. I also think the addition of Edmundson gives a little more size to a blueline and a team overall that has traditionally lacked it. For those who don't understand what he brings to the table, here's some numbers to crunch: 118 hits-1st among CAR defenders 91 Blocked Shots-Tied for 3rd on CAR 2:48 MINS on PK per game-3rd on team +7 +/-Tied for 3rd on CAR blueline His +/- alone would've put him in 2nd on our blueline in that category. He would've been 3rd on
  8. The sad part is, the cap space may change, but the make up of the team under Bergevin is doomed to remain the same
  9. I saw a rumor of Buff Daddy signing in MTL
  10. https://www.tsn.ca/red-wings-habs-win-big-in-tsn-hockey-s-simulated-lottery-1.1464643 IF you're missing hockey that much, tsn.ca decided to give us hockey obsessed Habs fans a scenario to ponder. In a recent mock lottery and draft, TSN has the Habs winning the Lotto and picking Quinton Byfield at 2. By all acounts, Byfield is "The Next One" as far as #1 centres with size go. If that is the case I would be perfectly happy if Bergie walks out of the draft with a 1-2 punch of the future in Byfield and Kotkaniemi. To be honest, Byfield could make the team out of camp potentially, which wo
  11. I'm not saying I've given up on Jesperi Kotkaniemi as a prospect or a hockey player. I'm saying I am highly skeptical of MB and staff abilities to properly develop young talent. I very much hope he becomes the No. 1 centre we desperately need.
  12. I think the fact of the matter with Bergevin is he still has an elephant in the room in the form of player development. Why are so many of our 1st rounders not NHL ready or living up to initial projections. Why do they look so damn promising until they get to MTL? The frustrating part of Marc Bergevin is twice now he's used our top 3 pick to draft the centre of the future we still do not appear to have. Once again in the text book definition of mental illness, Marc Bergvin has thrown his top 3 centre of the future under the bus, hoping for a different result. it's time perhaps to clean ho
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