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  1. No. He was tried there for quite some time and failed miserably. Wing is where he belongs. He can't handle the extra responsibilities of a center.
  2. Unless you are a software engineer...and then you will probably be unemployed for about a week and get a raise and a better job to boot.
  3. The problem is unlike the flu this can leave life long damage to the body even in people who have fully recovered. Organ damage, blood pressure problems, blood clotting issues, as well as a whole host of other things they keep finding... It isn't just deaths they are concerned about, it's also the much higher rate of people who suffer permanent damage to their bodies from it.
  4. They now believe it is a blood vessel virus which is why so many people are having serious blood clotting issues and other blood vessel related issues... Many of the people who are on ventilators can't breathe because their lungs are filled with mini blood clots...
  5. Where there is smoke there is fire? Unless the Sabres come out of this with an absolute fleece job with the Bruins severely overpaying there is no way they should even consider it. https://www.nhltraderumors.me/2020/06/blockbuster-rumor-boston-bruins-to-make.html?m=1
  6. What did the scouting staff do to show that bolstering it to 22 people was worth the investment? Finish dead last a bunch of times and barely above dead last a few others? Regier did pretty well using mostly video scouting back then and there is far more capability with it 10 years later. I can't say anything bad about it, it kind of was overdue in my opinion. Clinging to the "we have always done it that way" notion just because that is they way scouting staffs have always been run doesn't make much sense when you have those results to show from it.
  7. I hate to think like that but is it possible Eichel might actually be the problem with the team? GM's change, coaches change and players change...Eichel is still here and we have done literally nothing since he has been here... When do we start looking at him as being the issue? Does he rub people the wrong way? Create a fractured locker room in some way? Are others not buying into him as captain? I don't know if any of this is right or if Eichel is the issue but we need to at leat consider that he might be...
  8. Maybe they did have the candid conversations, JBOT said one thing and they agreed with it then he came back and said "Well, I rethought this and here is what I want to do instead" and they were like "Nope, we don't like that." Or maybe JBOT wasn't being completely honest with them in regards to what he wanted to do or the full scope of it. Could be a lot of reasons behind the change.
  9. So looting and rioting somehow does? Or does it just act as an easy excuse for criminals to engage in criminal behavior under the guise of "protest"?
  10. matter2003

    COVID-19

    Wow...that is exceedingly rare to kill someone that young...usually you hear about them being asymptomatic or getting COVID-Toes
  11. I think my title is more descriptive, maybe change the title to actually reflect what is the main topic of discussion?
  12. What is the purpose of moving it up??
  13. Wow, that is some pretty high praise from another player and apparently student of the game who is always watching hockey when not playing it. https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/jets-mark-scheifele-says-sabres-jack-eichel-deserves-hart-trophy/?view=getnewpost “Leon [Draisaitl] is probably the smartest player in the game. Connor [McDavid] … well, everyone knows him. And guys like Nathan MacKinnon and David Pastrnak deserve some praise as well, absolutely,” he wrote. “But … the most valuable player to his team? Jack Eichel.” Scheifele, a self-proclaimed hockey nerd who’s almost always watching hockey whenever he isn’t playing it, said he’s been watching a lot of Sabres games this year so he can see what Eichel does next. “Every time he steps out there he seems like he’s just got another gear over everyone else,” he wrote. “To do that night in and night out? That’s impressive.” On Jack Eichel:“Whenever we play Buffalo, he’s the first guy we look to try to nullify. He’s a monster in the offensive end and an absolute pain to play against when you’re trying to score. He can do it all. He’s one of the most complete forwards in the game. And he doesn’t take a shift off.”
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