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04-04-2012, 06:47 PM
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JayP812
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Cogliano-Vermette-Laich
Torres-Langkow-Boedker
Bissonnete-Nichol-Gordon
Brule, Chipchura

Yandle-Wideman
Roszival-Klesla
Falk-Schlemko
Morris

Smith
Campbell

We made some key additions that transformed our team into a contender. We believe we have improved the team in every aspect. Patrick Sharp is an elite center playing on a line with the ageless wonder, Ray Whitney, and an amazing goal scorer in Radim Vrbata. The second line features skilled forwards Andrew Cogliano and Antoine Vermette, and gritty veteran Brooks Laich. The third line consists of hard-hitter Raffi Torres, veteran center Daymond Langkow, and up-and-comer Mikkel Boedker. On the fourth line we have chippy Twitter king Paul Bissonnette, hard-working tough guy Scott Nichol, and offensive threat Boyd Gordon. Our first defense pairing is the best in the league. We put one of the best offensive defensemen in the NHL, Keith Yandle, with another defensive superstar, Dennis Wideman, to create this explosive blue line duo. Our second pairing has two grossly underrated defensemen, Michal Roszival and Rostislav Klesla, two serviceable, bang-for-buck guys. On our final pairing we have the youngsters, shutdown D-man Justin Falk and effective puck moving defensemen David Schlemko. In net, we have an amazingly talented goalie in Mike Smith. Smitty is a wall and routinely steals games. Backing him up is one of the best goaltending prospects who has proven he is NHL ready, Jack Campbell.

Chicago decided to trade players from their contending team and replace them by loading up on Montreal Canadiens, the third worst team in the league. Makes sense.

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