Discussion in 'Ottawa Senators' started by PeterSidorkiewicz, Apr 11, 2018.
I thought they just kept adding more “bowls” to it? So it just gets taller and taller?
Just another 13 years till the Leafs are knocked right off
That used to be the case. Then they basically came to the decision where the Cup was getting too big and it would lose it's iconic shape and people wouldn't be able to hoist it.
So they settled on making the font really small and will be replacing the bands once they fill up. IIRC they figur3d out it will keep people's names on the Cup for like 60 years before they are replaced.
The old bands then go to the HHOF for display.
Stanley Cup saying goodbye to some NHL legends' names | CBC Sports
Sure makes you glad Ottawa's etched on the bowl. We're not going anywhere.
The lengths some of these prospects go to to play video games
Not gonna lie, everyday I see a new pic of Ovi with the cup and I love it
Does he not know he can just download the game digitally?
Gotta love how Ovi is partying it up with the Cup! Kudos to him.
Love the guy or hate him, his enthusiasm is SO infectious. Such a feel-good story for everyone but Vegas fans.
Crazy that Habs got Domi. That worries me
Read the Habs board. They hate it.
I don't like it for Domi. Dude would likely have a longer career being someplace that isn't a pressure cooker.
Yeah my first impression is good trade for Arizona. Could be a win win.
I really like Domi. I expect him to break out soon enough.
Domi could be good but that's a bad trade for MTL. They are great at losing 1 for 1 trades.
Galchenyuk is one of those players who'll be 37 and people will say "Man he has so much potential".
He's in his mid 20's, he is what he is, and he has a year left on his deal before MTL has to consider trading him, committing big money+term, or losing him for nothing to free agency. That's assuming Glachenyuk would even be open to staying in MTL with his relationship with coaches and his role throughout his time on the team being somewhat contentious.
So MTL basically gave up the traditional 1st+3rd+B prospect they probably would have gotten for Galchenyuk 1 year from now in exchange for Max Domi. Reading the main board thread, I seem to be in the extreme minority, but I don't think it's a bad move for MTL. It should be noted that career wise, their production is basically even, although Galchenyuk is more of a goal scorer.
Can't say I watch enough of the Coyotes to have a strong understanding of how Domi's been playing lately, but his point production is pretty close to Galchekyuk's, although Galchenyuk has been the superior goal scorer. I have seen a lot of Galchenyuk and I don't see him as a big game changer. Good player, but in the tier of a guy like Zibanejad. He's at his best on the PP and has a nice shot. Pretty inconsistent and people need to know by now that he's a winger.
I won't call this a loss for Montreal just yet.
Just seems like a swap of two grossly overhyped underachievers.
So much for getting domi for cheap.
Habs lose another one...
Chucky surely had more value than just Domi no?
Not sure what they're doing. Probably solidifies that rumor that they'd be eying Tkachuk 3rd overall I assume
does MTL getting Domi possibly steer them away from Tkachuk?
Don't worry. They got hosed