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07-26-2013, 07:33 PM
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Originally Posted by spuzzum View Post
I'll take a shot:

Stamkos - Crosby - Martin St. Louis
Hall - Tavares - Giroux
Nash - Getzlaf - Perry
E. Stall - Toews - Bergeron
EX: M. Richards, Duchene

Keith - Seabrook
Pietrangelo - Doughty
PK Subban - Weber
EX: Letang


I am not a huge fan of the two right handed Dmen playing together, but it just impossible to keep them off the list. Perhaps exchanging PK Subban with Hamhuis or Bouwmeester but it just tough keeping off the reigning Norris Trophy winner.

I can also see a player like Nash getting bumped for Sharp if it doesn't start the year off right. It also pains me to leave J. Stall off this team given his versatility.
Rick Nash scored 21 goals this season in 44 games which means at least 40 goals in 82 games. (his maximum is 41 goals) With his experience, size, skating ability, scoring ability.....he's almost a lock for me. His first season in NY is pretty underrated here. But as I said, he was on pace for 40 - 45 goals. I think he brings something special to the table. He goes hard to the net, he has physicality, can skate and has a great puck-handling and covers the puck like Jagr. He's my near-lock.

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