It would appear as if in the last five years Montreal has become a veterans grave. It seems that word has been spread around how if your an overpaid, underachieving veteran, Montreal's the place to go, it has to stop. A sacred franchise is fast becoming a joke due to its shockingly bad trades and unnecessary signings such as Scott Gomez for Ryan McDonagh, and the signing of Brian Gionta. They must have Gionta and Gomez would relive the glory days of New Jersey. Montreal believes declining veterans will suddenly turn their careers around. However you do need veterans to assist in the development of younger talent. Lars Eller has flourished since the absence of Scott Gomez. Pk Subban has been struggling as of late, but seems to be improving under the guidance of Josh Georges (Montreal's only veteran to show up this year). You do not pay 4-6 million dollars for a player to score four goals, Montreal needs to ride the young stars. For example look at the First place New York Rangers, the youngest team in the NHL even though they only have a handful of veterans, who still manage to produce points. Take A Note Montreal.
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