I am all for having a plan, a strong blueprint, and a management team dedicated and devoted to seeing it through. Quick fix roster moves can put you behind the 8-ball and do more harm than good. However, there has to be a middle ground here within this long-term plan. It's not a one-way street, it doesn't have to be all or nothing. You can have a long-term plan but still be proactive within that plan. Gary Lawless recently suggested otherwise. At this point in "the process", I disagree. Quite strongly. I like Kevin Cheveldayoff, I have faith in him. With that being said, the NHL is a moving parts business. When the doors you ordered don't fit the blueprint of your long-term, forever home, no matter how much you love the design and believe it to look beautiful, you have to change them. When a player or coach doesn't fit, you have to change them, too. Continue reading... Sorry for the length, ladies and gents, but there's a lot on my mind.