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Is Moving Jordan Schroeder To 2nd Line Right Wing A Good Idea?

  

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  1. 1. Do you think Jordan Schroeder would succeed on the wing?

    • Yes
      73
    • No
      38
  2. 2. What would you want the canucks to do with Schroeder next year?

    • 3rd line center on the canucks
      36
    • 2nd line winger on the canucks
      45
    • 1st line center in utica
      7
    • trade him
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some points:

  1. he has enough offensive potential to be in the top 6

  2. hes too small to be in the bottom six

  3. van already has sedin and kesler as the top centers

  4. if he cant convert to the wing then he most likely be traded

i like the guy as a player, seems to be a pretty hard worker. over the years he has really improved the defensive side of his game. but hes just too small to be in the bottom six, and the only way i see him van long term is if he can convert to the wing and play on the second line with kesler. do you guys think Jordan can successfully convert to the wing?

one important thing to note, he has a one way contract so he cant be sent up and down to utica, other wise he'll go on waivers

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some points:

  1. he has enough offensive potential to be in the top 6

  2. hes too small to be in the bottom six

  3. van already has sedin and kesler as the top centers

  4. if he cant convert to the wing then he most likely be traded

i like the guy as a player, seems to be a pretty hard worker. over the years he has really improved the defensive side of his game. but hes just too small to be in the bottom six, and the only way i see him van long term is if he can convert to the wing and play on the second line with kesler. do you guys think Jordan can successfully convert to the wing?

one important thing to note, he has a one way contract so he cant be sent up and down to utica, other wise he'll go on waivers

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Sedin - Sedin - Kassian

Burrows - Kesler - Schroeder

Higgins - Gaunce - Hansen

Booth - Richardson - Weise

I think those lines look pretty solid, on paper at least.

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The way I see it...

Sedin/Sedin/Kassian - top offensive line 19 minutes

Booth/Schroeder/Burrows - secondary scoring 14 minutes

Higgins/Kesler/Hansen - shutdown line 20 minutes

Sestito/Richardson/Weise - energy line 7 minutes

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The way I see it...

Sedin/Sedin/Kassian - top offensive line 19 minutes

Booth/Schroeder/Burrows - secondary scoring 14 minutes

Higgins/Kesler/Hansen - shutdown line 20 minutes

Sestito/Richardson/Weise - energy line 7 minutes

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Schroeder is going to have to be versatile..long term at center on the Canucks may not be an option...I'd like to see him on an all American line with Kes and Booth this season.

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Sedin - Sedin - Kassian

Burrows - Kesler - Schroeder

Higgins - Gaunce - Hansen

Booth - Richardson - Weise

I think those lines look pretty solid, on paper at least.

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Can't remember, but someone who's actually watched or follow these kids, maybe they can back this up. Schroeder and Hodgson both got time as wingers down in the AHL, but both struggled. Sure, you can make it sound easy but it's harder than you actually think.

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Sedin - Sedin - Kassian

Burrows - Kesler - Schroeder

Higgins - Gaunce - Hansen

Booth - Richardson - Weise

I think those lines look pretty solid, on paper at least.

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Kesler takes draws then moves to the wing afterwards Jr plays up the middle where he is comfortable. Booth jr kes. Booth crashes the net after kes takes the shot

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We need a play maker for booth and Kesler and we have one on a one way contract that has only gotten better every year he's played.

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The way I see it...

Sedin/Sedin/Kassian - top offensive line 19 minutes

Booth/Schroeder/Burrows - secondary scoring 14 minutes

Higgins/Kesler/Hansen - shutdown line 20 minutes

Sestito/Richardson/Weise - energy line 7 minutes

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The way I see it...

Sedin/Sedin/Kassian - top offensive line 19 minutes

Booth/Schroeder/Burrows - secondary scoring 14 minutes

Higgins/Kesler/Hansen - shutdown line 20 minutes

Sestito/Richardson/Weise - energy line 7 minutes

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This.. the only thing that might throw a wrench into it is if Gaunce/ Horvat really impress at camp and of course injuries.

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I'm pretty sure Horvat and Gaunce will spend another year in junior. The Sedins were the last two players to make the team that couldn't be sent to the farm team if they struggled.

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