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Originally Posted by Drop the Sopel View Post
Kassian will likely see time on every line this season. Consistency will be an issue. I prefer...

Sedin Sedin Burrows
Booth Kesler Kassian
Raymond Schroeder Hansen
Higgins Lapierre Weise
Malhotra

The Sedins don't really need a bodyguard. They're well respected players that don't take very many cheapshots. Kesler on the other hand is a nightmare to play against and incites a lot of attention from the opposition. Having Kassian there to go into scrums with would give Kesler that much more confidence in crashing the net, playing with an edge etc... Booth and Kesler could also desperately use some playmaking on their line - Kassian is one of very few options we have in this regard.
Joe Thornton
Dustin Brown
Brad Marchand
Ben Eager
Dave Bolland

say otherwise. And that's just off the top of my head.

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