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No Raymond Could Have Been Good For Kassian And 2Nd Line

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#31 Canuck Surfer

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Posted 22 April 2012 - 02:48 PM

Daniel/Hank/Booth (I like Booth's size for match ups on this line + brings a new style which is less predictable)
Lappy/Kess/Burrows
Higgins/Pahlsson/Hansen
Raymond/Malhotra/Bitz

Bitz over Kassian any day till he develops more! :sick:




Ya, kassian needs to go to the wolves first. Mayray is playing on the 4th line tmr, because AV said that he isn't producing much and he doesn't deserve to be on the 2nd line anymore, and until he is back to himself,again we will see.



#32 nuck nit

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Posted 22 April 2012 - 03:15 PM

Sorry, but your wrong. Mason Raymond is a thousand times better at Hockey than you are. Until you have come back from a broken back and played on the 2nd line STFU!


He played second line minutes because they traded their secondary scoring leader.

So Higgins went to the third so it could produce.Then the second was left with Kes that could not score and Booth that was having problems helping himself score,never mind his centre man,Kesler.

But Raymond did zippo.

He has also had a year to recover from his injury so that can not be the deciding factor any longer.

We all wish he could make a difference but he has not.

Five goals in 30 reg season games and 4 playoff games played.

Fourth line and out.Shame nobody wanted Raymond at the trade deadline.

Edited by nuck nit, 22 April 2012 - 03:17 PM.





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