• jordyhawk

    Bickell, Versteeg, Nordy, Garbutt, Panarin (let’s give Desjardins the 4th line job) is a mess at LW. I’m guessing Dano might end up there.

    Hossa, Kane, Shaw is solid on the right side but what happens to McNeill, Hartmann, and Baun who are really up against it. I never understood why McNeill was converted to wing after being drafted as a center.

    It will be interesting to see how this all shakes out. I’m wondering if Stan is going to have to package Bickell and or Versteeg with one of the yutes to move him. If I were Stan I would send out a Versteeg reel from games 4-6 against Bolts while it’s still fresh.

    • 60MinutesBaby60

      For sure #11 has won my heart for grinder line LW.
      This Dano guy looks like he can – more than – handle ANY F position so no problemo him left side.

      I’m loving your RWs but I’m, slotting Shawy 4th wave w/ 16 & 11. GOT TO as I fell in love w/ them battling for the Big Silver.

      And yeah I say give the prospects fair shot for the remaining slots – 3C & winger spots.

      This is what BUGS me about Bowman the younger bringing in bodies instead of draft picks. DAMMIT the BHs HAVE prospects. Let’s give ’em a chance to prove themselves. (Not to mention AA & Daley’s cap hits which effs up signing Krugs & possibly Oduya.)

      PS – I’m up for Pokka and this Gustaffson dude too for Dmen positions.

    • 60MinutesBaby60

      BTW – “yutes” a good lol t/y.

  • 60MinutesBaby60

    Appreciate the DWilson link.
    Prolly miss it otherwise. Yeah the guy WAS solid. Hell more than that he WAS a standout skater during his time i.e. pre Internet era – Y’know when the game you got was local market alone and its box score in the morning paper the only stats available.

    Man modern tech – & fancy stats HA – sure changed things.;-)

    • GoldenJet

      For some reason, I thought Wilson was already in the HOF…He should definitely be in there. Terrific d-man who averaged .81 points per game for his career? He belongs.