"I don't think you can have enough top-six forwards and when you have enough, you're bottom six are that much better," said Gillis, who was named top GM by his peers Wednesday. "But these type of of players don't fall off a truck — you have to work to get them. We have multiple plans we've worked on the last two months and we have opportunities that people probably don't think of right now. But we have them."The Province. To me that sounds like GMMG may be making trades on Draft Day again.