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03-03-2011, 09:26 AM
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I agree with those that have said that they don't need to go out and get a star center if they can find two in the right mold.

Look at a team like Boston. None of their centers are point per game players this season. Bergeron has 50 points in 63 games and Krejci has 47 points in 56 games.

But their team as a whole is difficult to plain against, because of the size, depth, and defensive ability throughout the lineup.

If they were able to use Stafford, one of their younger defenseman, prospects, and picks to land two guys like Pavelski and Stoll, I think they'd be in good shape.

Yeah there's no elite #1 center, but you don't lose your depth trading for one either.

Hecht-Roy-Pominville
Vanek-Pavelski-Boyes
Ennis-Stoll-Kassian
McCormick-Gaustad-Kaleta

With Gerbe, Byron, Adam as the extra forwards/call-ups.

There are so many ways you could make the lines with those players.


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