Re: Bruin Organizational Logic
posted at 3/18/2011 12:09 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Bruin Organizational Logic
[QUOTE]Too bad all of the draft picks that Parcells brought in for Belichick are gone now what is poor Bill to do now ? You haven't brought any facts as I don't expect a you to know anything about the Bruins farm system nor how the players are developing because you don't care to look or see but compare them to a league that has no salary cap you are all over the place. No one here brought up Hamill but that is where you have to throw in how you justify Chiarelli is a failure just as you assert all caps and drafts are the same they are not. You can't argue your way out of it because you simply refuse to give up on your comparisons of apples and oranges. "Chiarelli is an assistant" So were your favorite GMs you keep throwing out there. "Thomas is an aberration" still can't give him credit for working hard nope he's a fluke. You exposed yourself on the last two GM threads again by showing nothing with your comments.
Posted by SanDogBrewin[/QUOTE]
Are you seriously pretending that since you didn't specficially mention Hammill in your first point about how Chia is "sitting pretty", that it somehow deflects successfully away from the crux of your point?
You said he was "sitting pretty", heavily implying Chia somehow is sitting on a stockpile of slam dunk talent in the minors.
The reason why Caron, Hammil, Arniel, etc, aren't in the NHL yet is because they aren't good enough to be.
They're borderline prospects at this point who have proven nothing other than developing at certain rates.
Every organization has players like that. You are clueless.
You're little phrases like "apples and oranges" won't deflect from this either. A salary cap is a cap. Of course there are slight differences because of roster sizes between the cap leagues in pro sports, but the approach in understanding the market and allocating dollars is still the same.
You make one mistake or more than one big mistake, or a series of these mistakes and you can get yourself into a pickle. Period. That's the challenge of a cap league.
The concept of allocating $$ is still there for all cap leagues. Period.