Quote Risk Mgmt wrote: View Post
December 5, 1990: Gillick dealt Fred McGriff and Tony Fernandez to San Diego for Joe Carter and the greatest Blue Jays of them all, Roberto Alomar.

On Jan. 2, 1992 the Toronto Maple Leafs and Calgary Flames completed the biggest trade in NHL history -- at least in terms of the number of players involved -- as the Flames dealt Doug Gilmour to the Leafs in a 10-player swap.
True culture changing trade that was.

In both of the above cases - MGMT knew they had good parts and just needed the next major CENTER pcs.
TORONTO RAPTORS after pre-season and 3 game sample...we can see this is good group and just needs one other part to be in top 5 etc. My recommendation is to take in 10-15 more games and if things are as is and we're below .500.....THE RAPTORs do the SHOCK AND AWE and get over this hump .

TRADE ANDREA and JOSE in pkg deal...and bring true grit to work along lowry.

Peace out

Great point. Doug Gilmore was that all elusive piece that took the leafs to the cup :[. Weak.