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  1. I hate your second one. Lynch and peterson are on my do not draft list. Hate lacy on your first team. I feel like you waited too long for your defenses and your kickers but i usually try and snag a top one.
  2. anyone doing a fantasy football pool? one of my pools folded and im looking to do a new one.
  3. Have room for an almost maxed th9? username loganbattleaxe
  4. I think its his speed that is helping the first line. Id keep him with Henrik and Burrows and try Kesler with Daniel and Kassian. Daniel has to start skating and Kesler needs a passer. If not Kassian on the right then try hansen.
  5. Look at it this way, Kassian has 4 goals in 15 games with almost no pp time and on the 2nd line as much as he is on the 3rd and 4th. Kane has 6 goals in 18 games on the pp 28% of the time and splitting time on the 1st and 2nd lines. Kassian has 12:25 mins avg on the ice, Kane has 21:33 mins avg on the ice. It is more than likely that with the 3 games on hand and 10 more minutes a game that Kassian even though he is on the 2nd/3rd-4th would be out scoring Kane. I don't doubt that kane would have more points though. Kassian at best has been centered by santiorelli but has been centered by welsh and schroeder just as much. Kane has been centered by little and jokinen who while not the best players are still better players. I'm not saying Kassian is better than Kane but I am saying that Kassian could help mitigate the loss of Kane.
  6. I saw it on page 2, the only trade that makes sense for both teams is, Edler, kassian and a pick of no more than 2nd for Kane Winnipeg solidifies their defense. Id say it probable gives them the best d in the league. Kassian is a project player who will probably never be as good as Kane but who will probably end up a perennial 20-25 goal scorer with size and snarl. Torterella said Kassian needs to look no further than Higgins as a role model. I'd say he would have a better one in Andrew Ladd. Edler hasn't played well for us but he would still be one of the better puck movers on the team. He's still young and has alot of winning experience which means alot on a middling team. I'd say Winnipeg is better for this trade and Vancouver is too.
  7. Torts sure is the biggest name out there so that must mean he is the best. I'm sure the fact that all the skill players who have played under him have had bad years by accident. I'm sure Gaborik who was great with the wild and looks like his old self on the blue jackets didnt suck in ny because torts didnt know how to play a fast paced skill game. I'm sure Richards who was playing at almost a point per game in dallas hasn't swiftly declined because of torts style. Hey I think the Sedins killing penalties and blocking shots will be a great boost to our offense. If we are looking for consistency then Torts is totally our guy. I mean just look at the teams he has coached in the past. Consistency from his players has never been an issue. Can I stop being sarcastic now? Do the torts lovers understand yet that not only is he a terrible candidate but gillis is not the type of person to bring someone with a personality like that into our locker room? I'm just done talking about it so next person I see post garbage about the team just needing someone to motivate them the way torts did in ny, I'm going to troll until they stop watching hockey and go back to watching big brother rer runs.
  8. Maybe Marts with Robinson as the assistant. I think he is just the type of individual gills is looking for.
  9. Oh snap he speaks english.
  10. Here is one off in space. Pär Mårts. I doubt any of you have heard of him. He just coached sweden to their gold medal win with the sedins. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P%C3%A4r_M%C3%A5rts Awards [edit] Gold medal as assistant coach at the 1992 World Championships. Silver medal as assistant coach at the 1993 and 1995 World Championships. Bronze medal as assistant coach at the 1994 World Championships. Olympic gold as assistant coach in 1994. Elitserien playoff winner as head coach for HV71 in 2004. Swedish Coach of the Year in 2004. Silver medal as head coach at the 2008 and 2009 U20 World Championships Bronze medal as head coach at the 2010 U20 World Championships Elitserien silver medal as player in 1978 Seems like a good coach. Was a hell of a player. Only problem might be if he didnt speak english. If Gillis is serious about playing a skilled team next year then he might be able to get that team off the ground.
  11. Raymond Shroeder hansen has been one of our most effective lines all season. Can't see AV not using it. Seriously Sedin Sedin Burr Roy Kes Kass raymond shroeder Hansen Booth Lappy Higgins. When healthy we have a very deep team.
  12. Corrado neeeds a big defensibly responsible partner. The kid plays best when he is pinching and when he doesnt have to be the bruiser. Hamhuis might be the best linemate for him. Ballard would be next. Corrado would be too busy baby sitting alberts but a big guy like that is what he is used to. He worked well with Sefton most of the year in Sudbury because Sefton made sure he created space with his big body so Corrado wasn't overmaned. Not to mention he hung back so Corrado could make plays on the rush. I'd put him on the 2nd pp for sure. Now that i think about it Corrado Hamhuis is the only pairing that really makes sense.
  13. Gaunce has nothing left to learn in junior. I've been watching him walk all over sudbury this year. The whole team plays like men. I've been impressed with him. He reminds me of kesler so much. I think he has the same skill set but more maturity. I don't see him getting as involved in stupid chirping or scrums like kes used to. I want to see Corrado's effect on his maturity and leadership skills. If I am canucks management I'd keep those two together all the time.