Based on recent reports of Marc Bergevin approaching Rick Dudley and, potentially, Larry Robinson, it is clear the rookie GM is not afraid of surrounding himself with competent, accomplished individuals.
An executive with well over 20 years of managerial and coaching experience. Check.
A legendary NHL blueliner with Stanley Cups to his name both as a coach and player. Check.
Adding such individuals can be intimidating, especially when they are more experienced and decorated individuals than the boss himself. Decidedly, Bergevin is not flustered by that dynamic. He wants the best.
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