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02-14-2013, 12:35 PM
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I would say keep TK on the 4th line, but they've been good with puck control together. And we all know Vitale is the one stirring the pot. Glass/Adams are much better defensively and add more to the PK.

That's how they should do it, and for God's sake Shero. Dump this 2 million dollar, useless player while you have the chance. Get more picks to stockpile together as part of a package deal for The Missing Winger. Or just trade him straight up with picks and a prospect if the other party involved is stupid enough to do it.

That's how I'd do it. Dump Kennedy and his salary ASAP, his value will only continue to drop.

Originally Posted by Cliff Clavin View Post
Are the same people who were complaining about how soft our forward corps is the ones who'd be okay with Jeffrey and Boychuk as our 3rd line wingers?
Jeffrey is finesse for sure, but Boychuk isn't soft, he hits. But let's say that they were both softies, just for argument's sake. You never take toughness over skill. Now, if Kennedy brought both of those to the table then he would be a good fit. He brings reckless toughness and very little skill. This combination leads to continuous turnovers and lost puck battles.

The only place Kennedy could be a sniper would be in the military. Lord knows he's had plenty of practice aiming for the heart. He's practically a natural...

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