I know it's early and I know it's early. I also realize it's pretty young in the season but bare with me.
It was a lopsided trade. Having our hand forced by DanyDouchebag we ended up with a flash-in-the-pan Cheechoo and an injury riddled 'maybe' in Zbynek's brother.
It was always my opinion that the trade was never going to look good, even remotely decent, for Ottawa. I think we're seeing what Milan 'can' do early this season. He's always had wheels, questionable hands and a great attitude.
If he scores at par/better than Daniel LeDouche, is the trade suddenly (and more importantly, forever) swayed?
I know there are a lot of 'what if's' had Daniel LeDouche stayed...could we have been better? Would we have remained competitive? My answer is no...Senate Reform was bound to happen. All he did was perhaps push us towards it a year earlier than we'd liked.
What say you, people that read this site? What say you!