Froggy wrote:too late to buy anyone out. Plus, intangibles aside, i just don't think Morrow is going to give you enough on the scoresheet at this point in his career to justify the amt it would cost to sign him.
Idoit40fans wrote:Is morrow a luxury?
It'sagreatdayforhockey! wrote:Idoit40fans wrote:Is morrow a luxury?
I would think so. The team was playing well before any of the deadline acquisitions and that is essentially the team we have headed into the season (minus Cooke, plus Scuderi). There is even less of a need for a top 6 now (which Morrow may no longer be suited for) and the only "hole" is in the bottom 6. Sure Morrow would be a great fit there, but that role could be filled by a younger/cheaper/faster option or a similar deadline pickup, no? Especially being so close to the salary cap (or over as the case may be) as it is.
Pavel Bure wrote:Would have targeted Morrow over Dags. Really liked him on the 3rd line and spot duty on the 2nd.
MRandall25 wrote:Pavel Bure wrote:Would have targeted Morrow over Dags. Really liked him on the 3rd line and spot duty on the 2nd.
Morrow would never have taken league minimum.
Rylan wrote:How is not signing Murray a mistake? He was not very good in the playoffs and with the signing of Scuds he was expendable anyways.
penny lane wrote:I'd like to see Brendan Morrow remain a penguin.
And still if he leaves and only Jokinen is a penguin, all of moves of GM Shero were fine.
None of them were the reason for the boston disgrace.