Price_is_the_goat

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Forum: Armchair-GMSat at 4:31 pm
My views on the Habs may be biased, but they are the most improved Canadian Team. Not only do they have the best goaltending tandem in the league, but they're going to be a pain in the ass to play against. They've also added some good pieces and depth scoring. Their weakness is at center because their success depends on Suzuki and KK.
Jet's signing DeMelo (really underrated) helps stabilize their D-core somewhat, yet defense still remains a weakness. I think Laine bounces back big time as the addition of Statsny will help them a lot. CH will only get better, which gives them the reigning vezina winner.
Leafs got slower and older in the offseason. Their team is a mismatch on offense. They lost scoring in the bottom 6 and got older and slower in the bottom 6, but tougher as well. Matthews/Marner/Nylander will continue to grow, but their defense is still average. the signing of Brodie is good for the team and he'll help a lot in terms of controlling the play in their own zone. Goaltending is really good, but not as good as the 2 teams mentioned above. Adding toughness will help the bottom 6 a lot.
Flames really improved in net with the signing of Markstrom. I think brodie leaving leaves a hole in their D-core. The Flames need a shake-up, but they're goof enough to get in the playoffs. Gaudreau needs to be better.
Honestly, the oilers are the 2nd most improved team in Canada and maybe in the entire league in all places except in net. The only reason they won't make a deep run is because of their goaltending. I really love the moves they made up front, and with the addition of Barrie, their power play is going to be absolutely lethal. They need to improve their goaltending in order to make a deep run. I don't think this is the same Mike Smith of 2012 lol.
The Canucks have a real solid team, but the losses of Tanev, Toffoli, and Stecher will be prevalent. IMO they took a step back in terms of roster additions. Their goaltending is really good, and defense is good too, especially with the steal of a trade they made to acquire Nate Schmidt, but more offensive burden will fall on Pettersson, Boeser, Horvat, and Hughes. They must add scoring help up front and another decent defenseman. I don't think they'll make the conference finals again, until they address those issues.
Sens have a decent roster, but they are built for the future. Chabot is an absolute joy to watch and imo doesn't get enough credit. The sens are going to be really really good in 3-4 years. Dorion has done an amazing job. I hope Melnyk sells the team because sens fans don't deserve his bull shxt. Murray remains a question mark, but I think he'll turn out fine in Ottawa.
Forum: Armchair-GMSat at 1:51 pm
Habs, Jets, Leafs, Flames, Oilers, Canucks, Sens.
Reasoning:
My views on the Habs may be biased, but they are the most improved Canadian Team. Not only do they have the best goaltending tandem in the league, but they're going to be a pain in the ass to play against. They've also added some good pieces and depth scoring. Their weakness is at center because their success depends on Suzuki and KK.
Jet's signing DeMelo (really underrated) helps stabilize their D-core somewhat, yet defense still remains a weakness. I think Laine bounces back big time as the addition of Statsny will help them a lot. CH will only get better, which gives them the reigning vezina winner.
Leafs got slower and older in the offseason. Their team is a mismatch on offense. They lost scoring in the bottom 6 and got older and slower in the bottom 6, but tougher as well. Matthews/Marner/Nylander will continue to grow, but their defense is still average. the signing of Brodie is good for the team and he'll help a lot in terms of controlling the play in their own zone. Goaltending is really good, but not as good as the 2 teams mentioned above. Adding toughness will help the bottom 6 a lot.
Flames really improved in net with the signing of Markstrom. I think brodie leaving leaves a hole in their D-core. The Flames need a shake-up, but they're goof enough to get in the playoffs. Gaudreau needs to be better.
Honestly, the oilers are the 2nd most improved team in Canada and maybe in the entire league in all places except in net. The only reason they won't make a deep run is because of their goaltending. I really love the moves they made up front, and with the addition of Barrie, their power play is going to be absolutely lethal. They need to improve their goaltending in order to make a deep run. I don't think this is the same Mike Smith of 2012 lol.
The Canucks have a real solid team, but the losses of Tanev, Toffoli, and Stecher will be prevalent. IMO they took a step back in terms of roster additions. Their goaltending is really good, and defense is good too, especially with the steal of a trade they made to acquire Nate Schmidt, but more offensive burden will fall on Pettersson, Boeser, Horvat, and Hughes. They must add scoring help up front and another decent defenseman. I don't think they'll make the conference finals again, until they address those issues.
Sens have a decent roster, but they are built for the future. Chabot is an absolute joy to watch and imo doesn't get enough credit. The sens are going to be really really good in 3-4 years. Dorion has done an amazing job. I hope Melnyk sells the team because sens fans don't deserve his bull shxt. Murray remains a question mark, but I think he'll turn out fine in Ottawa.