The Canadian teams will have to pull their collective heads out of their collective asses, first. I've gone into Edmonton's numerous problems before, but Toronto has the same issues of reshuffling the deck chairs while keeping the same idiotic people up at the top. Vancouver was a team full of cowardly pussies who couldn't score, but still managed to blame their losses on their goalie (who of course is doing fine elsewhere, isn't he?). Calgary lost most of their best talent, and is still restructuring despite never having hit a really big "peak" to start with. Montreal's the only one that seems to be doing okay.