Blob Mckenzie wrote: Other than moving a goalie ( and/or Kesler like i suggested) how in the hell do you revamp the teams offence ??
Well, there's drafting, developing prospects, free agency, signing decrepit Germans and trading them for emerging scoring wingers...
During his presser Gillis talked about the "human management program", of which the fatigue study was only the first component. He plans to roll out other aspects of it this season. To me, this translates to changes to training, in-season and off-season, as well as managing injuries.
I reckon both changes in training and getting healthy this off-season will "re-vamp the teams offence". Booth, Kassian and Gragnani both have a lot of potential in this regard, while Raymond, Kesler, and Daniel just need the time this off-season to do what they do best. Ballard has shown a marked improvement from being in the Canucks system, I would hope to see that sucess duplicated.
But maybe I'm disagreeing because I don't see a "re-vamp" as being necessary, I see a "recovery" as the applicable buzzword.