I truly believe the Devils would have shot themselves in the @$$ by signing Kovy to that insane deal. They should consider it a blessing and move along.
Last year, that team was actually pretty exciting to watch. I don't see Kovy turning around the attendance.
That's just typical really. Whatever the hold up/endgame is you won't get anything but the 'status quo' bit from old Lou. It's, pardon, status quo.
I apologize for not writing today. I am on a small vacation with family and will try and write tomorrow. Thank You,
Thanks Bojanglz. You clarified exactly where I was coming from. I am not asking to haphazardly throw money around to anything with two legs who can remotely skate. What I would like to see is DL seriously go after one high profile top line scorer. The key word is "seriously." Sort of like what happened with Scuderi. You have to go above and beyond simple accounting and cap space that boxes you in. We can't keep every single one of our players forever and some would be moved to accomodate the new scorer who would be central to our "core." You could still do this and retain guys like Kopitar, Doughty etc..
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Now that to me is typical Lou, "no we weren't there, I have a report but I don't know what it says so no comment". I don't believe that for a second.Lamoriello said that the team did not have a representative at the NHLís Research and Development Camp in Toronto, but he received a report on the ideas that were tested there. He hasnít read the report yet, so he wasnít ready to comment on any of the tested concepts.