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06-27-2011, 12:20 PM
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Agree with what most of what is being said here, Boyle to the top line, keep Dubinsky-Anisimov-Callahan together etc.

Except I really don't think it is time to give up on Wolski. He is one season removed from 23 goals 65 points, is in a contract/career breaking year, and is clearly putting in the work this offseason. He knows what this upcoming season means for his career. He wants to stay in New York. He brought it in the playoffs. Everyone is talking about offensive depth, yet people want to buy this guy out. He's only 25 years old, he is still trying to put it together. Wolski is a great talent, a lot of teams forgot that it takes time for a player to progress. He knows what the coach will be expecting of him, and he'll bring it. This is his make or break year, lets not break it for him before he gets a chance.

Boyle-Richards-Gaborik
Dubinsky-Anisimov-Callahan
Wolski-Stepan-Zucc/Thomas
Avery-Lindberg( ufa)-Prust

If we are getting 20 goals from Wolski and Stepan, minimum 20 goals from everyone on the pack line, and a real first line with Boyle-Richards-Gaborik, we are more than just a good offense.

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