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03-29-2013, 03:01 PM
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Originally Posted by habs03 View Post
We'll Galchenyuk isn't ready to be a top 2 centre yet, Eller has shown flashes, and you can say really hasn't been given the chance to show he is a top 2 centre, so the Habs gave time to decide on what to do with the log jam at centre, but for argument shake lets say Eller and Galchenyuk develop into the 1-2 centre slot.

Something like

Pacioretty-Galychenyuk-Gallagher
Bourque-Eller-Gionta/Replacement
Prust-DD-Ryder/Replacement

I mean its almost pointless because you don't know how the team is going to shape up in year or two times, a lot changes can be made with all the free cap space.
yea i understand, you have a good point but trading a small center like DD to get good winger(s) for our future centers that are young like Eller and Chucky would be
a lot more simple then keeping DD and breaking your head to try and find where
to put him and try to find who to pair him with. the thing is DD is small so your limited
with who to put him with. and plus his age which is 3 years older then Eller and
7 older then Chucky. Puts even more chances against him..
especially with Gally on the team we have to much undersized players on the top
6forwards in montreal.. we can't allow ourselves to have him especially because
other younger players are pushing with size a good overall game.
its sucks but thats how it is, if DD was on any other team he'd be a great fit
because no other team has as much undersized players on their top 6.

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