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12-04-2012, 03:08 PM
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You're overreacting as much as some of those people are.
Why should Gardiner be a part of a prospects discussion AND a young blueliners discussion? He's clearly graduated to the NHL on a regular basis and is no longer someone that should be watched out for to improve a team's already established blue line.
It's not exactly rocket science, if a guy will be on a team's starting roster when the season resumes assuming a healthy lineup then they are already on their way to being a fulltime NHLer. Ellis, Josi, et al will only be prospects for a little while longer. Just like OEL was for a little bit last season.
I'm talking to the people in this thread who have been using this as the be all end all of how good a team's future d-core will be when it clearly won't be
I realize the purpose of this thread and I'm not overreacting all I'm saying is just because Pittsburgh has some solid prospects doesn't mean they will even have a top 5 d-core in the league in a few years let alone the absolute best D core
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