Do we need a game breaker?
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11-14-2012, 11:26 AM
Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Dawson Creek, BC
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We do have game breakers. Kesler (when he's healthy and not playing like a retard), and the Sedins. However, it seems like they are not the consistent game breaker as to what the OP is suggesting to obtain.
Kesler carried us through the Nashville series, the Sedins carried us through the others. (I am not going to argue with anyone whether they believe this to be true or not.)
However, as evident through last year and the end of the year before, is that we don't have the sufficient secondary offense to supplement when the Sedin's get smothered and when Kesler is inevitably injured.
I am never going to agree with Burrows being a "game breaker". He's a great 50point two way forward and nothing more.
There is nothing wrong with that. In fact, I am arguing that we don't need more "game breakers". It would be nice, but it is much easier and much more economic to obtain another top 6 forward.
Was it necessary to use "like a retard"? That **** just negates every intelligent point you made.
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