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  1. Johnny Mac

    Johnny Mac Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    If you believe that, how can you say JJ's not a problem? MOC shouldn't have had a chance to screw up the trading deadline this bad. He should've been fired long ago. This organization sucks, and it starts at the top. MOC is just a symptom of the system.
     
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    Blame Sinden, then. Jacobs defers to Sinden on hockey matters, since his realm is merely financial. It's easy to point fingers at JJ but if you look at it, Sinden is the real problem in that case. Sure, the organization would be a hundred times better with a different owner, but ownership is one thing that really is immutable.
     
  3. Johnny Mac

    Johnny Mac Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    I do.

    For which I'll blame Jacobs.

    As if that isn't the be-all, end-all of the organization. Of course, it was Jacobs who led the hardline stance against the NHLPA, and decided it was better to pay in tomorrow's dollars after the new CBA, opting to let key players leave. Those rollbacked contracts for Knuble and Nylander sure would've been sweet. It's also a shame there were such bad contract disputes with Raycroft and Boynton. Wonder how much that hurt the team.

    Extremely.

    Yet he keeps his job...

    But I can still complain about it.
     
  4. sdaniels7114

    sdaniels7114 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    As far as ownership not changing is concerned, I take the long view. Jacobs is a good 30 years older than me so if there's any kind of god in heaven, I've got 30 years of post-Jacobs Bruins hockey to look forward too. If only he could get run over by a truck or something tomorow.
     
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    Delicate Genius Generally aware PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Sorry for bumping this thread, but I thought I'd let you guys know how well Samsonov has fit in with the Oilers. I'm sure some of you saw him set up Horcoff's OT winner against Calgary last week; he makes something happen every time he touches the puck.

    Tonight against Vancouver, he assisted on the only Oilers goal and was easily the best Oiler out there. :rocker:
     
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