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clark

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Have played hockey all my life. Even played a bit in the WHL.
Forum: Armchair-GM26 oct 2019 à 21 h 18
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>SkipToMyLou</b></div><div>Damn, called all the deadweight out back in 2018 offseason.

What's crazy is a couple opposing fans thought this was too much of a dream-case scenario, and yet somehow Dubas did an infinitely better job at upgrading the blue-line (Muzzin+Barrie+Ceci at 11.25 &gt; Ellis+Stralman at 10.5, not to mention adding the phenom Sandin). The only sacrifice is Kadri, although he did bring in an adequate replacement in Kerfoot.

It’s a shame how most of the energy will be about the Marner overpay, as Dubas has put on a masterclass performance the last year in getting the big four stars locked up, signing 3 complimentary pieces to good deals (Johnsson, Kapanen, Kerfoot) while building what appears to me as a great blue-lin

Would like to hear your thoughts about this.</div></div>

haven't been on this site for a while to respond.
imo dubas did a good job getting rid of marleau and the colorado trade looks good too. clearing zaitsev and his long term contract another win. didn't like those three rfa signings but they going to ok to live with long term. with emergence of mikheyvov and maybe korshov maybe a higher priced forward could traded for cap space to upgrade the defence. probably not till next summer.
i never understand why people think is in cap hell when they have the ability to trade a player for relief. tampa is more cap hell next season with their ntcs and vancouver will a bunch of overpriced players.
have you just made five posts in over two years?