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Forum: Armchair-GMHier à 11 h 7
Sujet: solid team
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Mikescott22</b></div><div>I agree with a lot of what you have here. I might not be in the majority here but I am not a fan of bringing back Erod. A little because of his bonehead play in the playoffs but mainly due to how bad he fell off after his crazy start. Additionally I rather give a 3rd line wing spot to one of the rookies (Puustinen, Poulin, Nylander). I don't know how much more realistic it might be to pair that 2nd in that QO with Kap or Heinen for JP but either way he makes sense to target. I am in agreement that they should not play the draft safe and should take a chance on a boom or bust type prospect (ideally a center or dman) unless a high end winger falls to them. Really well thought out post</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Hullsy09</b></div><div>I am assuming you are referring to the interference penalty he took as the “bonehead play”, but I don’t even think it was a penalty. It initially looks like he caught him up high, but once you see the replay he didn’t and Lindgren just got outmuscled and fell. The great one, 99 also agreed with this statement on TNT and said it was a bad call.

I feel like he could get a bit closer to his crazy start than he did in the second half if he played Center which is his natural position. I also think carter should be moved to wing so it is kind of a win win positional swap.

I don’t hate giving a third line wing spot to a rookie because it allows you to go big game hunting elsewhere.


<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>JSEB93</b></div><div>I think it depends on what the cost of Erod is. If $2mil gets him - it would be extremely difficult to say no. He's not perfect(slow 2nd half, one bad penalty in game 6 lol), but a guy who can play center and wing on all 4 lines and put up 40+points is a damn good deal for $2mil. If someone decides to overpay him though you gotta let him walk.</div></div>

If Erod will resign for a 1 year (probe last year wasn’t a fluke deal) then I’m ok with it for like 2M…

But I think he probably has priced himself out… PIT would be better off giving 4th line duties to the kids or some low risk bounce back candidates… buy low on some guys if you can hextall… he’s done rlly well with that so far hopefully his luck keeps going…
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