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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>CapMean</b></div><div>MB just built one of the best prospect pools in the league and our direction is "down"? Sorry bud, you're delusional. As much as I hate to say it, the Bruins are a perfect example of building the right way and that's what Berge is trying to do. The draft is a complete crap shoot and even by tanking you're guaranteed nothing.

Also, no one said we had to give out trash contracts to UFAs. MB has repeatedly said you don't build a team through free agency, although he's signed a few good contracts in the last couple years.</div></div>

Carey price 34, Jeff Petry 34(December) Gallagher 29, Savard 31

Savard,petry have 4 years left of getting worse and price has 5

sit there with a straight face and tell me we have a shot at winning the cup in those 5 years

they have a "core" of Suzuki and Caufield who are both good but neither elite. my opinion is that you "go for it" for this year and next then "rebuild" for however long it takes

your trying to contend over those 5 years with an aging price,petry,savard,gallagher and Anderson , all of whom have ****ing massive contracts

if you could lay out a step by step plan to build around Caufield and Suzuki while staying in contention over those 5 years id love to hear it. by as ive said this team is no where close to contention for a cup as I assume you agree with as you haven't said other wise but your expecting this team to get better with multiple aging players

also you named the bruins

take a look at the leafs, blackhawks, penguins, kings they built through top picks which let them contend for a decade
Forum: Armchair-GMSat at 9:47 am
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>CapMean</b></div><div>Every Habs fan I talk to is against a rebuild.

Chabot was drafted 18th, no tanking required. How did 3rd overall KK and Galchenyuk do for the Habs? How well is Buffalo's "rebuild" going? They had a generational talent in Eichel and they're still spinning tires six years later. And Edmonton have won ONE playoff round since being handed McJesus.

We need to build around the young pieces we have. Tanking and/or rebuilding would be going in the wrong direction and would be a complete crap shoot anyway.</div></div>

we need to answer some questions
which direction are the habs going? answer is down, were probably not going to make the playoffs and the team is getting worse
how do you build around Caufield and Suzuki? either free agency/trade which leads to Lucic and skinner contracts or draft, which is a lot easier when you have top picks. now yes those two didn't work out but that can't stop you from doing what is right

all I'm saying to do is after next season trade some pieces like edmunson,savard and Petry if you can(Petry might be hard) Toffoli and Hoffman. this team won't be good in two years and instead of picking 8-12 you might as well gain picks and at the same time pick higher in the draft

don't know how you think they build around Caufield and Suzuki without top picks unless you hope they find a steal or two somewhere

Caufield and suzuki arent a strong enough core. now wright/bedard/michkov/2024/25 top 3 pick plus Caufield and Suzuki is a pretty good core if you can get a star

also you say buffalo and Edmonton, I say kings, caps,pens,blackhawks
leafs are perennial playoff team and id say the rebuild worked, they just haven't been able to finish the team to make em champions
oilers two stars are the reason they're in cup contention every year
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