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05-22-2013, 03:57 PM
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Those stats don't show only Galchenyuk at center as in game 2 and 3(I believe Halpern moved him back to lw in games 4 and 5). There is a difference between trusting a guy as a Lw and trusting him as the center(who is basically the 3rd d-man in the defensive zone).
Not saying Desharnais is great defensively, but he is a notch above where Galchenyuk is. It's a moot point because A-Desharnais is not getting traded B Galchenyuk will play LW barring injury
Well if that's your case then you're essentially basing your extrapolation off 1 game (game 3).
Regardless, I would agree with the sentiment that Desharnais is untradeable - perhaps in a different sense in that I feel he doesn't have that much trade value to be worth trading but the end point is the same.
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