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06-30-2012, 02:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Crazy_Ike View Post
Yes they do. This core has been weighed, measured, and found wanting, and you don't change that with fringe ("support") players. Whether it is a quality starting goalie or just plain more core player depth at forward, it's going to need to be improved or yet another first round exit, if we even make the playoffs.
What do you define as the "core"? An entire team?

Chicago's "core" depth at forward includes 1 top-9 forward and 4 top-liners. There's nothing wrong with the core at forward, but you could make an argument that the depth isn't there or the support for those core players.

Chicago needs better players in support roles, not more "core" quality players.. though, I wouldn't be opposed to Suter, obviously.

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