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08-10-2011, 09:13 AM
Join Date: Jan 2011
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If the Isles take anyone that's a borderline top-4, it'd have to be an absolute bone-cruncher -- something that their D is really lacking. If they take a player that's not known for being physical, it'd have to be a clear-cut top-2. Hopefully what they end up with is something in between -- a clear top-4 d-man that's more of a stay-at-home physical presence.
The smooth-skating, active stick clogging the lane, non-physical d-man is something the Isles maybe have too much of, both on the team and in the system, as evidenced by them letting Hillen walk this offseason.
+1, if they don't get a Dman who will slide everyone past Hamonic down the depth chart then they need to get a Dman with size and snarl.
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