Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 07/11/06 at 04:29 PM ET
“One is already returned in the plan D, affirms Gainey. The number of players whom we covet was restricted, but several teams had the fight to obtain them.” In spite of a rich person tradition of hockey, Montreal does not seem to represent the destination number one. Do the high tax rate and the pressure to thread the tricolour pullover complicate the work of Gainey? “Our situation is not different from the other teams, explains Gainey. A player can decide to continue his career in Los Angeles, but it will have to compose with an infernal motor vehicle traffic. It will also run the chance to fall to the sea.” A small bit of irony to explain the situation of the Canadian. Since July first, several formations put the package to attract the coveted player. “There were the very heavy ones and very long contracts granted to certain players, affirms he. We would like to obtain a player, but the good player. If not, one is taken with for several seasons.”read on Thanks to a regular KK reader for the pointer... added 6:38pm, Basically the same story now on the Montreal Canadiens website...
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