View Single Post
06-06-2012, 04:06 PM
bleedblue1223's Avatar
Join Date: Jan 2011
Posts: 20,407
vCash: 50
A well conditioned Stewart can have a 2-way game that is at least just as good as Perron's. Stewart needs to be able to skate and get to where he needs to be. It's not like his defensive assignments are anything crazy.

Pocket, I really don't get why you don't think a proper offseason routine would make a difference. A better workout routine, a decrease in body fat, and time dedicated to learning how to play in our system would make a world of difference.

I was and am still in favor of a trade involving Stewart, I just think it would be better if we moved Perron, as we can get the piece that we truly need, but you can't just ignore the fact that if Stewart gets into shape, that he will be in a much better position to succeed.

He was a 1st round pick and had 2 successful NHL seasons, so it's not like he doesn't know how to play the game.

bleedblue1223 is offline