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Bbpagewolf

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Forum: Armchair-GMDec 19, 2020 at 2:54
Thread: The Future
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>HadesOfSoCal</b></div><div>I don’t see Heinen in our future unless he blows us away this season.

Also where’s Getzlaf? I’m guessing this is assuming he retires after this season?

I’d be afraid to pair Drysdale with Larsson. Rather have him with literally anyone else.

If we sign Baertschi he might as well be down on the gulls.

I think Mahura Milano and Lundestrom are all more likely to be taken before Guhle in the expansion draft.





I know I’m picky and making ****ty AGM’s so... that’s my style I guess</div></div>
Heinen played well after we got him. I wouldn’t mind keeping him around for a bit if he plays well this coming season.

There’s just simply no room for Getzlaf and honestly I think he’s gonna want to try and go for his 2nd Cup before it’s too late and we are in no position to provide that for him. As much as I love him and would want to try and make it work out, I just don’t see it happening especially after seeing guys like Joe Thornton and Henrik Lundqvist (before the discovery of the heart issue) surprising people and going elsewhere to try and win.

Larsson is still young, is still learning, and thus deserves another chance. I can see Drysdale making him better as well.

Baertschi just kinda screams Ducks to me. I can see him being a 13th forward here in an attempt to try and revive his career.

I don’t believe Lundestrom can be taken in the expansion draft. I think he’s still too young and thus is exempt but I could be wrong. Mahura and Milano are definitely possibilities but if Milano in particular does well this year then I can see the Ducks protecting him.
Forum: Armchair-GMDec 5, 2020 at 9:38
Forum: Armchair-GMOct 4, 2020 at 6:58