Discussion in 'Montreal Canadiens' started by ahmedou, Jan 15, 2019.
Player Discussion - Jeff Petry
atta boy Petie ..!!
Here is my version LOL...
Petry really took it to another level while Weber was hurt. And he has continued even after Weber returned. Pretty impressive.
Jeff's really on fire this season!
Not sure it would be a good move to trade him but he could fetch us the moon now.
Yep! A McCarron/Scherbak + a Collberg!
Because we all love terrible puns, I think you meant to say Petry impressive.
Our future on RD is set.
Brook, Juulsen, Fleury. (even Weber)
That's why we could trade Petry if the price is right even thought he's probably better than Weber.
In what god damned world is Jeff f***ing Petry better than Weber ?
In a world who's fast and Weber isn't.
Weber may not be fast but at least he can read a god damn routine play.
Mike Reilly is faster than Weber, I guess he’s better too.
Petry's not better than Weber.
Coming from the biggest PK lover this world had ever seen, this id basically confirmed by every world agencies now.
Really, Im just protecting PK by extention
Taken care of its whole department overall. Heavy loads of liabilities in charge. Pure generosity on his over-commitmentness. Adjustments may've been uneasy at first. It looks he went out or outside his comfortable areas.
No. Petry is a keeper UNTIL Brook, Juulsen , Fleury ,etc get some real NHL experience and show they can handle it.
2 and a half first rounders not a bad hawl at all (edit didnt notice you combined the first two im dumb)
Let’s cool the jets a bit and see Brook, Juuls, and Fleury actually in the NHL for a full season before we say the future is set. Speaking as a big fan of all 3 players, who followed all 3 from junior pre-draft to the present.
I'm wondering me too as well... That so-called quota of ages isnt a exact science. As a mentor, he'll let his successors taken his dspot at a given time. Progressively. When they'd be ready not at 100%. But at 1909%...
Petry has grown into a #2 / elite #3 all-round D man and has been brilliant for us. Who did Edmonton pick with the 2nd rounder we "paid" for him?
I see a lot of "trade him whilst his value is high" comments and yes, I get that point. Unless that value is real, tangible, can't miss or ready now value, why would we break our second pairing? Are we expecting Brook to instantly morph into Petry 2.0, to play Petry minutes in Petry situations and deliver Petry production next season?
It would need to be a big overpayment before we consider moving him on, if you ask me.
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