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  1. I wonder why Benning wants to protect Bear so much that he is wanting another top 6 guy....the second half of the season Bear was killin it, and in fact added some power offensive moves to his game. I really hope they give him 2nd line minutes, it is not like he is a rookie at this point, I think he is more than able to handle himself on D and hopefully pot 20 goals.
  2. I have no issue with jokes, or some mild humor, but when the intent is rip some one down it isn't funny anymore, in fact I am pretty sure that is called bullying, the last time i checked that is not cool!

  3. I like the way he gets in on the forecheck and retrieves the puck, IMO the strongest asset of his game last year. His board play was also strong for a rook, looking forward to seeing him on the 4th line next year. Hopefully he can improve his skating and go from there.
  4. Hellz yea JB! At least one of these low profile moves will turn out big for this club. When is the last time we seen the nucks do this much work in signing these types of players? Great work. A swedish defenceman who hits, well played sir
  5. Only true elites should be allowed to rock the Mullet! Great article
  6. LOL you are right that Senshyn kid does look a little evil, poor Don haha...great blog again keslerific
  7. I agree on the Clendening point, I really thought he was good at PP point and getting shots through, and had a nice crisp breakout pass. Sutter could be a great 2c, he has size and speed and a great shot. We gain in PK ability as well, and who knows maybe he can provide a decent shot for the 2nd PP, which was awful to watch last year, no shooters at all. Good article Jazz
  8. LOL @ THanks... another great blog, been waiting for some new material
  9. Entertaining read, good work keslerific!