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joffery Lupul Pick up

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If Brian Burke for some reason doesn't resign Lupul next year , would it be a good idea to give him a contract here? He seems to be the type of player AV likes( kind of like Higgins) What are your thoughts? I think he could fit well on our second line or even our first.

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Top scorer and 1st line LW. Whats not to like?

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Burke will resign Lupul. Quote me on it. But if not , canucks should make a run for him

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Lupul has a huge history of injury. Not to mention his past season was most likely a fluke. I'll pass.

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I don't see Lupul walking but would love to see him play here, puts up points, good top six forward

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If Burke lets him walk (or perhaps a greater chance of Lupul walking away from Toronto) we should offer him a deal with good money but not too long of a term because of his injury history.

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Lupul is not a elite nhl player.... he had half a good season last year... big deal

i say lupul is on the same level as Olli Jokinen

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Lupul = lots of speed, some great talent but he is also soft. I do like him, but...

We have some guys like him and would have to have already addressed our need for size and a puck moving D, and then price and opportunity come to play... Seems like a lot between us?

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