He picked neither long term security nor short term chance to win. So weird.Playing with Eichel is a draw I'm sure, but the "winning is the most important thing" was apparently blowing smoke up everyone's ass. They'll be better but they are a long shot to make the playoffs.
This makes sense if you think the cap is flat for only one year but isn't the cap flat for 2 years so....wtf?
It’s official. Say it ain’t so, Joe. View: https://twitter.com/reporterchris/status/1317207650770313216?s=21Jumbo might be headed to the Leafs.
He will be missed, in my opinion, he calls hockey better than any other play by play person calls there respective sports.
Got him on sale and off the rack.Nordstrom inked a deal in Calgary. 1 year, $700k. https://www.nhl.com/flames/news/flames-sign-forward-joakim-nordstrom/c-319479042
I think this is right and by all accounts Miller has shown little to no remorse for his actions which went beyond one incident. I'm not saying he shouldn't be given a chance, but I think people and organizations would be well within their rights to not want this guy around."Don't judge people for things they did at 14" doesn't mean give them a free pass. It means give them an opportunity to explain what they did to correct their wrongs and how they've changed since.
If he has changed, he needs to show it.
If he has not, the Coyotes might be the best place for that opportunity to be laid out.
Either way, this is a case where showing, not talking about change matters.