Top Sven Baercheese

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  1. I feel far more confident with Myers than with Garrison. When we signed Garrison, he had only 1 good season under his belt and that's when he was around 27-28 years old. Myers has been in the league a long time, with numerous (fairly) productive season's under his belt.
  2. I met Myers last Summer. Said I'd get him a beer if he comes to Vancouver. He shook my hand and said 'deal'. Now I gotta buy a rich guy a beer...
  3. I don't think they'll win it, although it's absolutely ridiculous that they get penalized for it. You shouldn't be penalized for doing something completely legal at the time the contract was signed. It makes absolutely no sense to me. Amazing how the NHL doesn't simply use common sense for this, there shouldn't even be a dispute.
  4. Why not trade them a low pick for him? Then qualify him. Don't have to have a bidding war at FA
  5. Ranked #284 by Future Considerations... No D-men yet hey?
  6. Compared to Arvidsson. I don't mind that at all.
  7. I think we can all agree that a guy like Miller is EXACTLY what we need. But the price was absolutely too steep. Why throw in the 3rd if there's the 1st already? This guy is a Kesler-lite on a Kesler-like contract. Let him battle in the corners to feed Petey and Boeser on the top line. He should get 20 goals and 50+ points in the next 4 seasons. Benning is sending a message that we're on the verge of playoffs.
  8. The Miller trade is bad. But I think it sends a message to the Owners and the players: we are on the verge of being a playoff team. Perhaps it will lure some UFA's as well. It's a ballsy move, hopefully it pays off.
  9. Projected as a late 1st rounder. He has speed. A LW. He's Perfect.
  10. I like the Alternative. The "C" part of the rink is much more prominent