We should trade for Andersson, Ho-Sang and Puljujarvi, just to drive Julien and Bouchard crazy.
Domi was also pegged with bad attitude, like GalchenyukThese are the type of risks you take to get a young asset without giving up a ton of asset capital
He was a stud at the WJC , I would be on the phone with Gorton hammering a trade
We traded for another bad attitude in Drouin costing us our top prospect , this wont .
Isn’t the bad apple tag just an opinion? I’ve read that the kid is actually mature for his age and possesses leadership qualities. Doesn’t sound like a bad apple, it sounds like a kid that’s tired of getting jerked around and wants to make NHL money, not AHL. Looking out for you and your family is not necessarily a bad attitude problem.one bad apple ...you know that saying.. why waste assets to get a kid with an attitude.. to me any young player who has not proved he can play in the NHL is not in a position to demand a trade.. that is red flags ... pass
So you'd pass on Eric Lindros?he never came out and said i want a trade... so its all hearsay you are saying... i stand by my original point, players who have not proved a thing, who are still wet behind the ears are in no position to ask for a trade... if i was a GM, i pass on any player like that..
In hindsight, sure.
Lindros was seen as a generational, could be all-time-great player.
I would never pass up on trading for a player who would openly say, "I don't want to play here" to his current team. Players have a right to say that, the same way organizations have the right to tell them to pound sand.
Those mega deals could set you back for years if you deplete your prospect and future asset base and leave a player with nothing to work withI think he would. I would knowing how good the package was that landed Lindros.