Adam Oates was a pretty good center.
I like Brassard more. Better offensively. Stastny did some dirty work, won draws.
The team changes year to year. Obviously the Final Four team Armstrong built had a strong personality. And Hitchcock was relentless with the accountability.
Yes, I need to bail at 3 central time and move on to other duties.
A lot of teams that need help passed on the high prices. And, again, the cap makes trades tricky. A lot of guys expected to move did not as a result. And some of those guys were up for sale for weeks.
That was undone years ago.
Stillman signed off on the trade. He wants to win a Cup. He wants to execute the plan in place. Whether that leads to glory, we'll see. But this is the team's best shot.
Kane died on Buffalo, got lectured by teammates. Buffalo made no effort to extend him for a reason.
Tatar is a 27-year-old goal scoring winger with term left. Name the comparable player on the Blues. And, no, Armstrong wasn't trading 91 or 17 today.
Only Armstrong can approve a deal, if Stillman agrees as well. It can hectic if there are three trades to close at once. But that is unusual. For instance, the Blues and Jets have been working on this deal for a few days.
That's a fair assessment.
Yeah, It was particularly unlike to see Gunnarsson stepping up and punching in goals.
OK, I'll shut it down right now and get back to other duties. Thanks for all the input, even the strange Evander Kane love.