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05-16-2012, 07:36 PM
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Connolly is more of a scoring winger, whereas Johansson is more of a playmaker. Which is where Vancouver lacks.
Johansson is also accustomed to playing wing as well.
Size is a huge factor here too, Connolly is quite a bit smaller.
If Kesler can teach Johansson the defensive game and to take a draw, putting Kesler on the wing is more appealing since it would suit Kesler's game better
Not to mention Tampa doesn't have a Right Dman to trade, and Vancouver could just as easily replace Cory with the 31st pick by taking Subban or Vasilivski and allow them to develop
It seemed like scoring was one of your biggest problems in the playoffs. LeXavlier answered your size debate, you also wouldn't have to move Kesler from his natural position. We could send you Gudas who's a physical stay at home RHD. You can also draft a RHD at 19 or on of the goalies if you'd prefer. I think our offer is better, IMO.
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