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Daniel last won the day on May 20 2019

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  1. I was poo-pooing the idea of Brady coming to Miami, but it does make a certain amount of sense. Miami is probably the most desirable city of plausible landing spots from the celebrity aspect of his life. It seems like half of the stuff at Michigan has Ross's name on it. And there's the possibility that the roster could be looking good by the time the draft is over, but not so good that Brady can say he really can carry a team all by himself. Adding Tua on top of that would be perfect for both sides, although perhaps they only do it the Chargers don't leapfrog them. Who knows, maybe they could package their two firsts or something like that to move up and draft Lamb or Jeudy.
  2. Until I see results, I'm going to remind myself of all the other times in the past ten years or so when the Dolphins appeared to have won free agency and ended up missing the playoffs when having a coach that everyone liked for the first year and a half. I've pretty much made up my mind that the Dolphins need to end up with Tua. Maybe the Dolphins get really lucky and can sign Brady to a two year deal, and Tua sits on the bench for that time and can really get healthy and learn whatever he needs to learn.
  3. Now with close to 60 NHL games under his belt and being a nonfactor in pretty much all of them, I have recognzied his detractors were right.
  4. Mirco Mueller played well at the Worlds too. The source of me saying that he's not going to be a good player is just what I said. Putting on ten more pounds of muscle is not going to matter because it won't make it difference when you are consistently handing the puck over to the other team on a 2 man advantage.
  5. Or I guess we'll be the new Oilers. Mike Gillis is probably going to be the next GM so it'll be a real viking funeral, but at least the Devils will have the most efficient hotel booking system in the league because that's definitely what helps you win games in analytics land.
  6. Jack Hughes is having the worst season for a number 1 overall pick in 20 years and that’s with getting more of an opportunity to succeed because the team has no offensive talent to speak of that is taking opportunities away from him. He’s fast, but he’s invisible 95 percent of the time, except when he’s turning the puck over. If you’re gonna have as slight a frame as he’ll always have, you have to really think two steps ahead, which he has shown no ability to do when he’s not playing against other teenagers. It took everyone here forever to recognize John Hynes’ incompetence, that Adam Larsson being overrated was not Pete DeBoer’s fault, and that Pavel Zacha was never going to be a good NHL player. Trade him for Jack Eichel while we can.
  7. He won’t be a good player
  8. I see that we’ll have legit lottery winning odds again this year. Maybe we’ll actually get a good player this time around.
  9. Kevin Rooney can at least play defense and will be on the bench on the power play where he can’t cause it to suck.
  10. Kevin Rooney will occasionally score on a break away while coming out of the penalty box.
  11. I was right about Larsson, Zacha and Hynes. I’m right about Hughes.
  12. Just a small fast player who has demonstrated he has no hockey sense and will get pushed around to boot. It sucks that he was supposed to be the franchise savior, but he’s worse than Nail Yakupov. So it goes.
  13. Jack Hughes has no business ever playing in the NHL. Trade him while other teams might be fooled.
  14. Never be on an NHL roster ever again
  15. Even following the game on Twitter you know this team sucks and will for a long time. Fire the analytics losers into the sun.
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