First Pick Could Be Dealt

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    In response to BadHabitude's comment:[QUOTE] Once again ur way of deflecting the question. .. I get it chow ...there were no mistakes on this one. .. u just d don't want to answer. .. pride [/QUOTE]


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    Just noticed...........what happened to marco's posts ? 

    Kudo's to bdc and the moderators.

     
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    I also know a guy who knows Chris Stewart's agent & he's saying that Stewart would love to play in Boston. Would PC trade someone like a Marchand for him? Love Stewart's game & he fits the Bruins mold.

    "Why is a puck called a puck? Because Dirty little bastar d was taken!"- Marty Brodeur

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    He's been despised by his teammates everywhere he's been.  Why would an organization with a profoundly selfless team identity - a culture they worked hard to build - bring in a guy with a rep as one of the most disliked, selfish players in the league?  Because he's occasionally good?


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    I spoke to my friend Matty with the Av's tonight & I asked him if this was true when he was there. He said his teammates loved him there & was tough as nails. His downfall is that he takes constructive criticism literally. So I have no idea where you're getting this dispised stuff from, but an NHL trainer who's worked with him directly in the past says you're wrong! Who's your source? 

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    You know what, nite, you're probably right.  I may have gotten caught in the cycle of "I read it somewhere, and it was repeated somewhere, and then people were talking like it was fact".  My memory of this has legs going back to when he was in Kingston, but I don't have a specific source, so I'll retract that part.  Still, that leaves his inability to take criticism and improve, which, it seems to me, is what has landed him in three different NHL organizations by his 26th birthday, and seen him demoted on his way out for disinterested play and an indifferent commitment to playing a 200' game.  I have to think that if Hitchcock is willing to part with you, Julien's not going to be a soft landing for you.  And in light of that criticism piece?  Wow.  Stewart, this is Teddy Nolan.  Teddy, Chris doesn't like criticism....

    Now that he's a Sabre, I can't exactly wish him well, but I think there's huge potential for Ted Nolan to turn this guy into what you're looking for out of him.

    If he can live through the process....

     


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    A very fair response book and one that does have reasonable merit. If he has issue taking criticism then maybe Boston isn't the  place for him. The Bruins already have gotten rid of 2 younger players who couldn't and didn't take it well. So, I can give you the upper hand on this one.

     
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    I also know a guy who knows Chris Stewart's agent & he's saying that Stewart would love to play in Boston. Would PC trade someone like a Marchand for him? Love Stewart's game & he fits the Bruins mold.

    "Why is a puck called a puck? Because Dirty little bastar d was taken!"- Marty Brodeur

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    He's been despised by his teammates everywhere he's been.  Why would an organization with a profoundly selfless team identity - a culture they worked hard to build - bring in a guy with a rep as one of the most disliked, selfish players in the league?  Because he's occasionally good?


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    I spoke to my friend Matty with the Av's tonight & I asked him if this was true when he was there. He said his teammates loved him there & was tough as nails. His downfall is that he takes constructive criticism literally. So I have no idea where you're getting this dispised stuff from, but an NHL trainer who's worked with him directly in the past says you're wrong! Who's your source? 

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    You know what, nite, you're probably right.  I may have gotten caught in the cycle of "I read it somewhere, and it was repeated somewhere, and then people were talking like it was fact".  My memory of this has legs going back to when he was in Kingston, but I don't have a specific source, so I'll retract that part.  Still, that leaves his inability to take criticism and improve, which, it seems to me, is what has landed him in three different NHL organizations by his 26th birthday, and seen him demoted on his way out for disinterested play and an indifferent commitment to playing a 200' game.  I have to think that if Hitchcock is willing to part with you, Julien's not going to be a soft landing for you.  And in light of that criticism piece?  Wow.  Stewart, this is Teddy Nolan.  Teddy, Chris doesn't like criticism....

    Now that he's a Sabre, I can't exactly wish him well, but I think there's huge potential for Ted Nolan to turn this guy into what you're looking for out of him.

    If he can live through the process....

     


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    A very fair response book and one that does have reasonable merit. If he has issue taking criticism then maybe Boston isn't the  place for him. The Bruins already have gotten rid of 2 younger players who couldn't and didn't take it well. So, I can give you the upper hand on this one.

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    Quick, somebody delete this thread before anyone notices nite and I being reasonable adults!


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    Just noticed...........what happened to marco's posts ? 

    Kudo's to bdc and the moderators. [/QUOTE]

    Thank Asmaha who had enough of multiple migs. The mods do not monitor the board they wait for someone to report the offender. 

    The peace probably won't last for long unfortunately. I think he has a new "AllHailMarco" screen name going already. BadHab was gracious enough to replay and welcome him back.

     

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