Literally speaking a reset would not make sense. A reset would basically be keeping the same core and try again by shuffling the lines and such. When you reset a PC it stays the same. It just try again to do the things correctly. When you reset an odometer it stays the same. It just starts again from his original state. For fun let's take the words literally. Let's use computer science as an example : - If you rebuild a PC tower you'll change everything. Maybe you'll keep the case but that's it. You're not rebuilding your PC if you don't change the whole thing. It's the equivalent of trading Price, Weber and Patch and rebuild with picks and young players. - If you "retool" maybe you'll change the gpu, add some ram but you'll surely keep at least the case and the motherboard minimum or else it's a rebuild. It's the equivalent of adding Tavares to replace Danault. - If you tweak you keep the same PC. You might overclock the cpu and gpu, turn some services off in windows, update the bios, ... It's the equivalent of making minor changes while mostly keeping the same team like graduating Juulsen on a 3rd pairing and moving Drouin to the wing and replacing him by a UFA not much better than him or Danault. - If you reset you keep the same PC and you make no change. You just reset and hope the PC will do the job right this time. It's the equivalent of doing nothing and hoping Price will do the job next season.