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I agree completely with your assertion about Niemi, whom I will miss but is not worth what the arbitration guy thought he was (39 Games=$2.75 million?) except that maybe it would have been a good idea to let Crawford play a little more during the past season. Crawford is 25 years old and has got to get some NHL experience under his belt if he is to be a long-term goalie for the Hawks. I believe that more could have been done during the season to try to get Niemi to commit for a few years at a decent price, but it seems to me that Bowman cannot do two things at once, otherwise we would have not had to pay Hjarlmarsson so much. No matter how you slice that one, Bowman was asleep at the wheel and that really got me to start questioning if he can handle the job he got because of a father who was great at almost everything he touched in hockey. Let's hope the apple does not far too fall from the tree, though I fear that although we may have an apple tree in Scotty Bowman, not only might Stan fall far from the tree, he may not even be an apple.
Nice ob Jeff. I agree 100% with this move. Hawks will be absolutely fine with Marty. Experience, and playing whith one of the best defence's he's seen in quite awhile, he will have a very solid year. Thanks to Antti, but this is a business and they have to move on. Spending that kind of money just wasn't possible. Hawks will be just fine.
Thank you for this! I am shocked at the response to this move. I do not understand why so few people understand the move. You made excellent points here, and there are even more to be made. The main one being: If he comes back and does well, he gets greedy (again) and asks for a lot more next offseason. Or, he comes back and does poorly and everyone starts screaming for Bowman's head for not letting him go when it made the most sense. This move was exactly what should have been made, and I am feeling a little better about the team going forward now. I will definitely miss Niemi, just as the others that have left from this team. But this is a business, with a strict cap, and things have to be done. Thank you for being the 1 out 50 articles not bashing this move.