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06-05-2012, 08:34 PM
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If you sign Parise, a #2C isn't a need anymore. You then move Kane there, who by all indications doesn't have an issue with that as has been reported with Sharp... Or tell Sharp to play there again if you're worried about Kane's defense from the C spot. Me personallly, I go...

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If Saad doesn't workout, move up Carbomb or even give Hayes a shot. You can then retain Bolland to be that annoying gritty 3C. That'd be a helluva top 9, and I'd be fine with that and hoping Crarford rebounds to his rookie form, or at least splits the difference. You're then going to have a much fresher Keith to play better D with the improved forechecking and puck possession game, so the D improves a touch as well.


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