Thread: #2 pick offers?
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04-15-2004, 07:33 AM
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Originally Posted by craig1
Again, prospect depth is not an issue for Pittsburgh. They have tons of it, includung first and second line wingers. The only place the Pens are lacking is in a true 1st line, top-end center prospect........which Malkin is. They have really good wing prospects, great D and Goalie prospects....at center though...while they have a ton of good prospects, they still lack the home-run hitter. Why trade out of #2, when they can get what they need right there?

Again, quantity, no matter the position, or likely role a player will take is absolutely no issue for Pittsburgh. They are looking for a #1 center.
I dont think the only thing we are lacking is a top end center. I think we are lacking top end wingers as well.
The question is, do you feel Radulov will be a top end winger? I think he will be on par with Surovy as far as sniper potential. I wouldn't do the deal simply because Malkin fills a need that the Radulov package does not.
But i also think we lack first line wingers as well.

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