Thread: Speculation: What to do with Devin Setoguchi
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02-04-2013, 09:42 AM
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
Trade him to open up a spot for Zucker or keep Coyle up.

He was brought in to score, not grind it out on the fourth line. He can't create scoring opportunities on his own. Brick hands. No scoring instincts. Can't work the cycle.

At this point, take what you can get and cut your losses. This season's too short to screw around.
I agree with this.

We need to start making things happen as a team. There's been enough patience on certain issues.

These guys are pro players. They are getting paid to play like pro players. If they are not fulfilling their role, we need to find someone who will.

I don't mind Seto, but he is not fitting, and we cannot afford to wait till the 20 game mark to see if he will start to click. He has a limited skill set, and could offer a different team, with a different makeup more value, hence Pitt.

He should have decent trade value, so imo, we should trade him if we can shore up any of our holes by doing so. Losing him will not hurt our team. The kids in Houston can fill the role he is in easily enough.

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