tmash Posted June 2, 2008 Report Share Posted June 2, 2008 Unless he wins a Cup, I highly doubt he'll succeed... and even then. Isn't that the job of the GM? Let's say hypothetically he doesn't win a cup, how could I possibly say he's a better GM than those who have won their teams cups, including one like Holland who's led them to (most likely) 3 in the last 11 years? There's simply no way someone objective could say Gainey has done a better job with Montreal than Holland has with Detroit, because Holland has the results, and in this hypothetical, Gainey doesn't So tell me JL, what is a GM's goal, if not to win a cup? Because if he can be "the best" without a cup (in Montreal), then I must be off base in thinking that winning a cup is the GM's job. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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