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Forum: Armchair-GM7 hours ago
Forum: Armchair-GM9 hours ago
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Marino4Norris</b></div><div>Their fourth pick in the draft and a B+ prospect buried behind Sieder/Hronek and possibly Drysdale is too much for a potential franchise goalie? You're almost certainly overrating draft picks and discounting the reality that Johnson probably helps you more than Lindstrom does short term</div></div>

Detroit isn't drafting Drysdale too many holes in another areas. Lindstrom was called up once and is now a Red Wing and will start the season in Detroit he showed more poise than half of the vets that played for Detroit. He won't score a lot of points but he also doesn't make a lot of mistakes. Hronek, Seider and Lindstrom could make RD the one position Detroit doesn't need to worry about for a long time. Yes that is Detroit's 4th pick in the draft but Detroit was far worse than any team this season and now the get the 4th pick in the draft. This will be Detroit's first top 5 pick in 30 years. Murray might have been a franchise goalie at one point but not anymore. How can you say he is a franchise goalie when his SV% .914 ranks him 35th and a GAA 2.67 and ranks him 45th when compared to other goalies during that same time. If he was a franchise goalie he wouldn't be traded. Jarry is a very good goalie but he hasn't put up 2 good seasons in a row. In the 2017-18 he played 26 games and had a SV% of .908 and a GAA of 2.77. In the 2018-19 season he plays only 2 games and SV% of .887 and a GAA of 3.50. Since they are the same age if Pittsburgh thought Murray was a franchise goalie Jarry probable would have been traded at last seasons TDL. Compare Murray's stats form this season to Bernier stats this season and Detroit gave up 69 more goals this season.
Forum: Armchair-GMTue at 7:33 pm