Excels at both ends of the ice. Loves to kill penalties and is very difficult to play against. Has sound offensive instincts.
Doesn't have top-level skill, which makes him better suited for the second line. Isn't always as physical as he should be?
Would be nice, will be an UFA at the season end, but why the Flames move him and what give?
His motor never stops while on the ice. Always gives maximum effort. Has good defensive skills and is producing more points as he gets older. Shows terrific leadership qualities.
Is smallish in stature and occasionally in over his head when taking on pugilists? Must avoid taking bad penalties.
UFA at the season end, could be a good short-term solution...
Uses his size well, especially in the offensive zone, and likes to create space for his linemates. Has a terrific shot and is defensively responsible.
Hasn't lived up to expectations, at least from a points perspective, since his awesome rookie season with the Edmonton Oilers. Has been prone to injury and inconsistency.
Great, but too expensive, IMO...
Has great size and very strong defensive instincts. Is a tough center to line up against. Can also play right wing effectively.
Needs to cut down on his penalty minutes. Isn't a natural when passing the puck, which is rare for the center position.
Good choice, but why the Isles would move him?
Then, they are the only players whom I think that the Canadians would be interested for filled the right-handed center role on the 3rd line... if you have other names, write them here...