Thread: Value of: Kadri
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12-07-2012, 05:14 PM
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Originally Posted by DaveT83 View Post
Like I originally said Grabovski made Kadri redundant 2 seasons ago.

He was drafted as a #2C ... Grabo was meant to be a stop gap until Kadri was ready for full-time duty. Now Grabo is one of the best #2C's in entire NHL - and will not be unseated by Kadri in the immediate future. Hence the whole "Nazim we want you to play wing" - "Nazim we want you to be a defensive player" - Nazim we want you to put on some size"

Kadri+Kessel+Grabo are simply too small to all be in your Top6. Especially given the fact that outside of Kulemin we dont' have any True size/strength to play with them.

Small Top6
Small down the Middle

= Not Competitive.
Again, im saying Grabo isnt small, he plays big, so having him in your top 6 isnt forming a size problem, on his W will be one of JVR and Kulemin. There would be no lack of size on a line of

JVR/Kulemin - Grabovski - Kadri

None are soft, none shy away from contact or dirty areas, all have high offensive potential...

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