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by The Upper Canadien on 04/02/13 at 04:44 PM ET
So if the top three teams in the East this year are Boston, Pittsburgh and Montreal, they have thus far acquired Jagr, Morrow, Iginla - and Drewiske.
Who is Davis Drewiske? He's a competent depth defenceman who came out of the University of Wisconsin, and provides the Canadiens with insurance on the back end going into the playoffs. Sure, it's not a sexy move, but it's a pragmatic one.
Is Bergevin done? I'm still curious why Rick Dudley has been scouting Winnipeg so much of late. Perhaps they're after a name that hasn't been front and centre? They could still use a physical defenceman, and primarily another scoring winger.
This team deserves some reinforcements after the effort they've put in to date. Let's see what M. Bergevin comes through with.
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