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03-06-2014, 10:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Enoch View Post
This just isn't a fair representation of the facts IMO.... Aside from the obvious Radulov portion. Hartnell's career high goals in nashville was 25, followed by 22, and 18. He has hit 37, 30, 24, 24 since being in philadelphia all while averaging more assists every year then he did as a career high in Nashville. Hart's has had 1 year where he scored only 14 goals but is on pace for well over 20 again this year and was on pace for around 22-24 goals in the lockout shortened season. Peverly had 20 points in 73 games over 3 seasons in Nashville. He then posted 3.5 straight seasons of very solid top 6 production. He absolutely received no chance here. Santorelli is in the same position and has played quite well in two different places now. He played in 32 games as a predator and had 4 points. We gave him away for what, a conditional 5th or 6th round pick? He immediately has a 20 goal season. To be fair, he sucked the next year/lockout year, but was doing exceedingly well for the Canucks this year.

Poile himself said this system likely held Legwand back offensively. Wake up and smell the coffee man.
So you're saying a first line of Santerelli-Peverly-Hartnell would be good? Is this the dream that Trotz killed? Ya right!

Hartnell is only one of significance. He did just fine here playing behind Kariya, Sullivan, others.

Coffee smells just fine.

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