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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Campabee</b></div><div>I still think we need another C, perhaps Dvorak will surprise me like Domi did but I still don't see this team as being better than the one that went to the SCF this year.</div></div>

Neither was the team with KK @ 6.1M....... That's not the other scenario here. You're comparing apples to oranges. There was no way the team this year was going to match last years team with KK back at 6.1M or with Dvorak.

The comparison is this years team with KK or Dvorak. Considering the circumstances and cap hits, Habs are better with Dvorak right now. 3 years from now? Maybe not. We'll have to wait and see.

Edit: Im all for adding another center but frankly Im really curious to see what Poehling does at camp. I think he'll get the #3 spot and do wonders this year with quality linemates like Gally/Anderson and Drouin/Hoffman.

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>ricochetii</b></div><div>Not the worst idea.
At least trading a 1st you have a good idea of what you are getting. If you can leverage a 1st into a 2nd and a prospect, you get 2 chances to hit on a player, which might be a better strategy for an organization that has poor draft history.

I think a big part of our issues is development however. The system in place seems to stifle talent rather than nurture and add to it.
We can't simply be drafting that many bad players when they are projected to be 1st rounders by others as well. It's not like we are drafting consensus 2nd rounders with our 1sts.
We take a sniper and try to turn them into a 2-way pker, give them 3rd and 4th line duties, and expect them to convert their offensive game to an NHL level while making no mistakes or getting no opportunity to learn from them because they get scratched or sent down instead.
Sure, you want that offensive sniper to backcheck and work hard, but incorporate that alongside the skills that made you draft them in the first place. Use your later picks for guys you can develop into those other players.</div></div>

Oh yeah agreed. The problem isn't always WHO we're drafting. Its HOW we're developing them. Both have equal blame. That's why I say skip both altogether. Get the players to help now that are proven commodities.

I think this would yield a better team year after year than drafting and developing poorly. Its not the "right" way but it could be a lot better than we've seen. Yeah sure maybe we miss out on drafting Caulfield but then again all those picks used on Juulsen, Mccarron, Schebak, Galchenyuk, Kotkanimei, Poehling, Sergachev, Guhle, Mailloux, could have easily yielded players like Sam Reinhart, JT Miller, Brady Skjei, J-G Pageau, Coleman, Muzzin, Tatar, etc etc.
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