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Kassian as a hockey player

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I think Kassian has the raw tools to be an impact power forward. Needs to put them together and refine. Obviously not happening as fast as some of us or the Canucks organization would like...

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Oh my god. For the love of Jesus H. Christ

LET

IT

GO!!

We traded for Kassian because he was something we needed, a potential top six power forward. He's just 22 years old for crying out loud. Power forwards take more time to develop than snipers/playmakers/two-forwards etc.

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look who Hodgson is playing with, then look who Kassian has been playing with most of his time here. Hodgson would probably have less than half the points he has right now if he wasn't playing with Vanek

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lol - you can't expect a guy thats suppose to be a powerful top 6 forward to be the same impactful player playing bottom 3 minutes... the comparisons are even dumber when you got a guy playing in the top 3 ...and comparing him to a bottom 3 player when he clearly doesn't belong there..

to get BURROWS going this year- we threw him back on the first line with the sedins because all three of them were a bit slow at the beginning - but Kassian was playing awesome with the sedins.. its not his fault..

give your head a shake.

put him top 6 - and he will produce.. not between fu cking EBBETT are you kidding me?

you can put a bonafide star with EBBETT and he won't have as nearly as many points as he would playing with someone actually good.

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Kassian needs a better work ethic .....and then we will finnally se him produce points

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In all honesty, I expect Kassian to be on the top line come the playoffs as the tighter checking will need a crasher and banger in front of the net but Kassian doesn't belong there during the regular season. He impedes the Sedins cycle as he can't keep up normally.

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In all honesty, I expect Kassian to be one the top line come the playoffs as the tighter checking will need a crasher and banger in front of the net but Kassian doesn't belong there during the regular season. He impedes the Sedins cycle as he can't keep up normally.

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lol - you can't expect a guy thats suppose to be a powerful top 6 forward to be the same impactful player playing bottom 3 minutes... the comparisons are even dumber when you got a guy playing in the top 3 ...and comparing him to a bottom 3 player when he clearly doesn't belong there..

to get BURROWS going this year- we threw him back on the first line with the sedins because all three of them were a bit slow at the beginning - but Kassian was playing awesome with the sedins.. its not his fault..

give your head a shake.

put him top 6 - and he will produce.. not between fu cking EBBETT are you kidding me?

you can put a bonafide star with EBBETT and he won't have as nearly as many points as he would playing with someone actually good.

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