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08-07-2013, 10:38 PM
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Originally Posted by iamitter View Post
No way I take Seabrook over McDonagh.

I think you're underrating him here. He's been a top ten ES scorer for two years in a row now for D. Give him 6-7 (even BS if he's bad at it) points from consistent PP time and suddenly he's a 40 point guy.
I'm only looking at the right here and now. Seabrook has been a #1 pairing guy for 6+ years now, has been an integral part of 2 cup winners and so I would take him right now. However, going forward I would agree with you about McDonagh who I believe has tremendous upside which includes untapped offensive ability.

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