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03-08-2011, 02:29 PM
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Scuderi was solid last year and he's been great this year. Any plan for the future better include him. Lombardi seems committed to Greener, his salary is a little heavy but he is well above average for a third pairing guy. Mitchell has been good, his future depends on his ability to stay in the lineup.
Greene's only 27, so I could see him sticking around for a while, but Scuderi is 32 now and I worry about how close he is to losing a step. His game requires his positioning to be perfect at all times and I think two or three years down the line he'll start to have problems with opponent's speed. I don't see a prospect in the system who's as capable as he is, but I don't know if he'll be able to keep playing top four minutes once he hits 35.
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