INCONVENIENT VODKA: should the PATS had SEGUINED AH or taken the Bruins approach?

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    Re: INCONVENIENT VODKA: should the PATS had SEGUINED AH or taken the Bruins approach?

    There's no parallel here so you can put your vodka away. 

    Seguin would never have been traded if he had performed to his level and developed on the field. 

    If he was playing great the Bruins would have accepted his partying downside.

    Your faux moral outrage over Hernandez is kind of hard to take dude. There are criticisms to be made here, but your fantasy that bigtime sports can have soulful morality at the center is hopefully naive. 

    Bigtime spors are about money first and foremost. You can't worship two gods. 

     

         
     
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    Re: INCONVENIENT VODKA: should the PATS had SEGUINED AH or taken the Bruins approach?


    Seguin was traded because he played like he cared more about fresh cut flowers, scarfs and the Toyota Priuz. The Bruins would of had no problem with his partying if he could of gone into a corner and won a battle in the playoffs, or scored when he was within 15 feet of the front of the net, or didn't get knocked off the puck with ease...this kid may of been "partying" but he was in no way, shape, or form in Hernandez's league of "partying". If Hernandez and Seguin ever ran into eachother at a club and had a disagreement Seguin would be found in a dumpster. 

    I remember when this kid was being compared to Steve Yzerman. Yzerman was a smaller guy who played with heart, skill and toughness. Seguin cares about getting through a game without pain, so he can party with his dork friends later....and look unblemished for his internet photos.

     
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