Right Wing Needs: Making a Strong Case For Puljujärvi and 3 others

Ah the off season. That’s when hockey thirsty fans can’t get enough hockey fix but have very little to feed on. So what happens? They revert to their team and play General Managers. How can we blame them? For one, it’s fun to try to be in the most important seat on a hockey team. But also, you get to share what you feel is the value of different players… in your eyes. Some of those value can be spot on, others… well, not so much. But let it be known that those who know more about the value of player X or player Y are the GMs, the real ones. They are the ones on the phone throwing names around and negotiating. That said, it won’t stop us from speculating.

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More Questionable Decisions By The NHL, Looking Like a Second Degree League

Let me not be judged by my reputation and hearsay, but rather by my actions as words and rumours are easy, but actions speak louder than them. As far as I know, this is no one’s exact quote but rather something that I’ve been preaching for many years. It applies in our day to day life, but even the NHL is giving us a pretty good reminder of it from time to time. With this COVID Cup, or the way the league is making key decisions surrounding it, is yet another reminder of it.

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