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by The Upper Canadien on 06/30/13 at 09:38 AM ET
With the draft and free agency in the same week, it almost feels like Christmas and Easter in a 6 day period. This is going to be a good week for hockey fans. With regards to what the Canadiens will/should do, you know my feelings on Lecavalier. They should try to net a goaltender in the draft, as it is a weak point in the organization at this point - Carey Price can't play forever - and I'd like to see the Habs pick Jordan Subban with their late 3rd rounder if he's still available. He may only be 5'8'', but he's clearly talented and has room to grow.
Beyond that, I'm no prospect expert, but this year appears to be a strong one for the Q. It would be great to see the Habs trade up and get a marquee player from their backyard, but I doubt we see that. I also doubt we see any huge moves by GM Marc Bergevin, but I do get the sense other teams may make a lot of noise. Regardless, it's a good day to sit back, relax, and enjoy the fun that is the NHL off-season.
Oh, and I really hope the Habs sign Lecavalier. But you knew that already, didn't you?
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