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12-12-2008, 12:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Melrose_Jr. View Post
I don't know. It's hard to envision a real future with the team at center if you're keeping Anisimov. And if you're looking at the roster and the depth chart, it's clear that the wings are where the future is bleak from a team perspective. Hadn't thought of him BEING the solution to the sad state of the wings, but would be intrigued to see it.

Personally, I still feel like Dubinsky is the most likely member of the organization to be traded though.
Agreed across the board, MJ. I think some people in the organization may feel that despite Dubinsky's hot start, Anisimov may have the higher ceiling. He's a big, strong, responsible two-way pivot that isn't going to get a pay-raise next season.

That's not to say Dubinsky can't be better than Anisimov, it just means that Dubinsky is probably a pretty desirable commodity around the league where Anisimov has less value. So if we're talking about trading for a top-six winger, you have to consider it.

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