For the record, I hope I am wrong as well. Second, nobody wants the Warriors to win any more than me. Not from there but season tickets for years. Finally, I appreciate the apology. Just talking hockey. With that, I would still wait until the team needs a shake up to get him in. That's my personal philosophy. Do I admire and love the way Reilly plays? He is a brilliant talent. Would I want him on my team? I would want him the same way I would want a Brett Hull, a Mike Bossy or a Brayden Schenn. Many things about their games I don't like, but if you can get one you take em' and milk the heck out of their strengths. With that, i will disagree with you on the comment that Moose Jaw is a better team with him. I will say that after watching the Warriors regularly all winter with and without him, they are playing their absolute best right now. They are like a well oil machine. When Reilly is in the lineup, the defence tends to get a little squirelly and they play follow the leader a bit and get off track. That is what I saw and that is what I believe. If they were 8-2 right now, I say get him in. I am not sure if you are taking a shot at me about not being a hockey guy, and maybe I am not. But I am enough of a hockey guy to know one things and that is this. You don't F around with a streak. Others differ. Reilly will be a great pro in the right environment if he gets a patient coach who puts up with his individualism. That is not a knock on him. It just is what he is. If he comes back and gives them a boost, I say great. If he doesn't, then chemistry that is so peaked right now could be gone like a puff. My guess means nothing. But I simply am worried that the presence of a star at this point in time may change the machine. I hope I am wrong.