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Plusieurs DG disent à Pierre LeBrun ce qu'ils pensent de Bergevin...

- Plusieurs DG disent à Pierre LeBrun ce qu'ils pensent de Bergevin...

- C'est sûr que quand l'équipe est rendue en demi-finale...

- Pas facile de parler contre le DG du Canadien...

Ken Holland, Oilers GM: “I think Berg has done a marvellous job. He’s definitely a General Manager of the Year candidate, if he doesn’t win it I would anticipate him being one of the finalists. He’s done a marvellous job. It’s taken time. He’s done it over a few years. He’s done it piece by piece by piece by putting in building blocks and surrounded those pieces with really good free-agent signings and he’s built a team that’s in the final four. When you’re in the final four, you’ve got a chance to go on and win the Stanley Cup. Hats off to Marc Bergevin for a job well done.”

Brian MacLellan, Capitals GM: “I thought Berg did a good job. Obviously he has a vision that he stuck to and it’s nice to see it paying off for him. I liked what he did last offseason, me personally I didn’t think he got enough credit for the moves he made. I think he did a great job … Best thing about Montreal winning is that Berg has to keep wearing the red jacket and he can’t get a haircut.”

Bill Guerin, Wild GM: “Honestly, the confidence he showed in making some big moves; he wasn’t shy about making the moves like (Josh) Anderson and (Tyler) Toffoli, Eric Staal, he had the confidence to do that. He’s believed in his process. It’s nice to see. Berg is one of those guys that everybody really likes. He’s such a fun guy but he really works his ass off in a very demanding market. It’s not easy.”​​​​​​​

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