Thread: Proposal: St. Louis - Boston
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06-21-2013, 03:51 PM
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2 Minute Minor
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Originally Posted by bleedblue1223 View Post
Even though Peverley is a cap dump, he has the ability to push Berglund down to the 3rd line. If Peverley does work out, he could be the player to push Berglund to the next level.
I see something like this as the most realistic move for Armstrong to make. People will fantasize about getting an established #1C, but the cost would be exorbitant and I don't really believe there is a win/win trade out there right now. Something like Peverley is doable.

I also agree that Backes can stay on the top line if the 2nd line is a dangerous threat. Either Berglund elevates his play, or slides down to the 3rd line. Sobotka is a utility guy, but I have to shake my head at the folks forecasting him as the 3C out of camp. He may serve some time there, but the team is better when he's moving up due to injury as a depth versatility player.

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