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05-06-2013, 03:54 PM
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Kovalchuk is also a franchise player.



Wow completely disagree. Ask CBJ fans on what they think of these three. Dubinsky is prototypical physical 2nd line, 2-way player that teams in today's NHL are desperate for. He is one of the best puck possession players in the NHL, which Jarmo Kekalainen said he values a lot out of him. Anisimov is promising and that's the point. He really elevated his game in spurts of the year and hold a ton of value due to his combination of size and skill. Erixon is soft, same way Moore is soft. Neither are physical players, but both rely on smarts and skating tools to rush puck up. He was never given legitimate chance here, but he seems to have done well in CBJ's #6 dman spot as a rookie, just like Moore is on the Rangers.
For example, I'd take Dubinsky and Anisimov over any forward not named Callahan, Stepan and Nash.


Completely disagree again. I'd much prefer the later duo. Bold.

Look at what the unbiased NHL poll section has to say: http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1420491

I have to agree with them, really mostly Rangers fans are thinking they won the deal if you look at the voting results.
Yeah, I'll have to agree to disagree. Dubinsky masking 4.2 million? Pass. Erixon is much softer than Moore. Not even close.

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