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slasher72

Member Since 30 Mar 2009
Offline Last Active Feb 20 2015 11:56 AM
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In Topic: Devils Trade Deadline Thread

20 February 2015 - 11:43 AM

I could see Lou giving up a 2nd for any of those three. Nice depth additions who would definetly propel NJ into playoff position.

 

Any chance we can give up our first rounder for Brian Gionta?  C'mon Lou, make it happen!

In Topic: GDT: Oilers @ Devils starts 7p, MSG+

09 February 2015 - 08:52 PM

. Next year most people will be paying more money to see this team lol

 

And Lou will still be saying, "no major changes are needed", "we just need to stay the course". Lol

In Topic: Lou isn't going anywhere

01 January 2015 - 08:30 AM

I think he'll step down in his mid 80's and groom his son for the job. In Lou's mind, Lou = the NJ Devils and no one, not even the new owners have the cajones to force him into retirement. I firmly believe he thinks he's got enough clout to stand toe to toe with them, based on what he's done for the franchise.

In Topic: Lou isn't going anywhere

29 December 2014 - 09:08 AM

Lou basically runs the organization. No one will fire him. He'll retire when he's had enough and his ego calls it quits, and that likely won't be until he hits his early to mid 80's.

 

As a Giants fan, this reminds me of George Young in the 1990's...bad drafting, bad acquisitions, no "good" young talent waiting in the wings, a strong indication that the game had passed him by, but Young stayed on board despite his failures and had a massive ego that prevented him from retiring. Young had carte blanche all because of his past accomplishments (2 SB's) and turning the franchise around from a loser to a perennial contender.  Same as Lou. Not sure if Lou's ego is as big as Young's was, but in all other cases the comparisons are strikingly similar.

In Topic: Oates and Stevens both coaching. Lou overlord. Barr Out.

28 December 2014 - 09:07 AM

Lou Lamoriello, "I believe the team still has a solid core of players and no drastic changes will be made. We are going to stay the course."