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Imagine our lineup if Kesler had been traded to Chicago for Sharp!

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Imagine if Kesler had been traded to Chicago for Sharp instead of Anaheim. Maybe we could throw in Hansen aswell. CHI wouldn't be over the cap.

Just sit back, close your eyes and imagine... New top 6

Kassian Sedin Sharp

Sedin Horvat Vrbata

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Although that lineup is nice for now, sharp is 32 and not what we need. We needed to get younger. This would be dictator on a leaking canoe.

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that would of been worse then what we have. Jared McCann is a future top 6, and the others can help with the rebuild. Even with sharp we aren't getting a whiff of the cup for a few years. That deal would make zero sense and just shows your lack of understanding of team, cap and asset management.

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Imagine all you like, but since it didn't happen....

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Imagine if Kesler wasn't traded. Imagine if Kesler was traded for Neal.

Imagine, if, imagine, if...

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Not even close to how the team would line-up.

And it's Desjardins'

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Worse then then what we have now...Sharp is good but opens a big hole on the 2nd line...Then there is Garrisons spot to consider along with Dorsett and McCann

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Remember, the salary cap is a thing for us as well.

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Imagine if you'd spelled Desjardins' name right.

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Imagine if you'd spelled Desjardins' name right.

Usually your dry wit is boring and a daily thing.

this one wasn't bad

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Sharp is two and a half years older than Kesler, and is starting to show signs of decline. That would be a TERRIBLE trade, let alone adding Hansen.

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Imagine if you'd spelled Desjardins' name right.

Now that's pretty fucking funny.
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Imagine if Kesler had been traded to Chicago for Sharp instead of Anaheim. Maybe we could throw in Hansen aswell. CHI wouldn't be over the cap.

Just sit back, close your eyes and imagine... New top 6

Kassian Sedin Sharp

Sedin Horvat Vrbata

Except Horvat is not ready for a 2C role..

So really we'd look like

Kassian Sedin Sharp

Sedin ______ Vrbata

With possibly Vey stepping in, or Benning making moves to acquire a makeshift 2C.

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that would of been worse then what we have. Jared McCann is a future top 6, and the others can help with the rebuild. Even with sharp we aren't getting a whiff of the cup for a few years. That deal would make zero sense and just shows your lack of understanding of team, cap and asset management.

Ouch.. a little overkill :lol:

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Imagine if Kesler had been traded to Chicago for Sharp instead of Anaheim. Maybe we could throw in Hansen aswell. CHI wouldn't be over the cap.

Just sit back, close your eyes and imagine... New top 6

Kassian Sedin Sharp

Sedin Horvat Vrbata

Kinda makes you glad that he went to the ducks, otherwise we'd have a boarder line NHLer on the first line and a checking rookie as our second line center.... Well we'd be in good shape for the first overall draft pick anyway.

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Imagine there's no heaven
It's easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people
Living for today

Sorry OP couldn't help myself, Beatles popped into my head as soon as I saw the title.....

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