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would you rather finish last and get a yakupov or win a president trophy and lose in first round?

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Would you rather finish last and get a Yakupov type player or finish first,win presidents trophy and get knocked out in first round?Post thoughts below

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The Leafs would probably pick the 2nd option.

They would do anything to make the Playoffs even if they get eliminated in the first round.

:lol:

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lol do you even know what a below .500 season feels like?.. not very entertaining thats for sure

thanks but id rather not finish dead last in the league

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win the president trophy and lose the first round, rather make the playoffs and lose then have a long painful season..

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We wouldn't win the cup for at least three or four years if we finished last, and I don't know if I could bear us sucking so bad for such a long period of time...

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I want the President's trophy.

There's no guarantee that the 1st overall pick isn't the next Alexandre Daigle or Patrik Stefan. If you've won the President's Trophy, that means you at least have a shot at the Cup.

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It would be a very long season of failures in order for us to place last. And Yakupov is only one player. At least with a Prezzy winning team we get to enjoy a high calibre of hockey for the majority of the 82 game season. Not so much last season but the season before, the quality of our team's hockey was fantastic. It was a treat watching them play like that night after night.

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Rather have a chance and be in playoff hockey

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Another Presiden't trophy. We'd be the first team to win it 3 years in a row, and I'd rather have an entertaining season and a shot at the cup over failing for some prospect that may or may not turn out great.

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Would you want to finish last and get beaten by the oilers in the lottery or would you want to be called the best team in the league?

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Presidents trophy and early exit hands down I like watching my team win games.

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Do you mean would I rather the Canucks be in the Oiler's situation? Not really because I'd have to sit through 7 years of terrible hockey (excluding their fluke run to the finals in 05-06). Seven years is a long time, I know alot of you people would probably burn all your Canucks swag after only a few years of sucking.

The Oilers are currently stacked with potentially elite forwards, yet they still have weak defensive depth and goaltending. If that is going to change they are going to have to trade a couple of those blue chips they have. So yes if they are smart they could become a pretty good team.

The Canucks currently a contender and because of Gillis retaining picks and building from within, the Canucks look to stay competitive for a long time to come. All without tanking for seven years to get high end picks!! Bonus.

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We wouldn't win the cup for at least three or four years if we finished last, and I don't know if I could bear us sucking so bad for such a long period of time...

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These threads are pointless..

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Would you rather finish last and get a Yakupov type player or finish first,win presidents trophy and get knocked out in first round?Post thoughts below

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