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06-18-2013, 03:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Jester9881 View Post
Fair enough.... then Chicago should have no problem with a Moulson-Sharp swap, I'd even add to it as an Islander fan.
You'd probably have to, although probably not much.

How about Moulson for Zets?
Zetterberg is the best player on any of Chicago, Detroit, or NYI. Are you out of your mind?

I'd trade both Tavares wingers and our first for either Pavelski or Marleau without even blinking an eye. Ask LAK fans if they would be willing to take Moulson back for Dustin Brown..... I can tell you the answer now, if you'd like.
Being fair, Brown's scoring level isn't that far below Moulson's over the past few years (except this year, when his points tied Moulson's assists) ... and he brings a lot more away from the puck.

Tavares linemates are so close to him in scoring.... because when they do score, Tavares is a big part of it more often than not. Amazing concept, I know
If Tavares is in on all or most of Moulson's and Boyes' points, then the reverse would also then be true. Tavares is not Pavel Bure or Steve Yzerman, guys who truly had nothing to work with.

Originally Posted by Fataldogg View Post
You're talking 10 years ago since Nash accomplished anything.
Nash dragged the Jackets to the playoffs in 2009 with a 40-goal season...

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