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09-27-2013, 02:22 PM
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Originally Posted by 2 Minute Minor View Post
The difference I see is St Louis got a guy that fits their system and Edmonton just got the most talented player they could get....although I don't see how his presence puts Edmonton closer to being a playoff team. Seems the deficits on that roster are unchanged. (No knock on Perron, I just don't see this as a guy they were targeting trading for. The offer was too good to pass up.)
Because David Perron is a 2nd line winger while MPS is a 3rd liner. For a team that wants to compete, this is a positive move.

That being said, MPS seems tailor made for the Blues. Big, defensively responsible player.

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