Kaberle for Savard?
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06-23-2010, 08:22 AM
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Nova Scotia
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There is still that hole that doesn't allow you to go far in the playoffs. You guys are missing a player like Kaberle.
Pretty sure Nathan Horton goes a long way to fixing that hole my friend... puck moving has never been an issue in Boston. They get the puck up the ice effectively and efficiently... the problem is what happens with that puck once it's up the ice. Add Horton and Seguin and that issue becomes less prevalent.
If Boston resigns both Boychuk and Stuart (which they should) there will be too many dmen already (considering the impending arrival of Alexandrov). That's a lot of people competing for one spot. Wideman had to moved, and Boston needed to address their issues up front. Badda bing badda boom.
If it had a solid source i'd be thinking about it much harder, but this is jut Dreger idly speculating by past interest and team need (for Toronto). It may be something Chia pursues who knows, but as of now it doesn't exactly have legs. Toronto has a good shot at Savard in the future as its rumored to be one of the teams Savvy would accept a trade too, this season it doesn't make a ton of sense though. When his partial NTC kicks in next season, maybe.
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