Topper wrote:Foot rot?
Blob Mckenzie wrote:Topper wrote:Foot rot?
Kinda what I was thinking. He had gout a couple times in the past and has had staph infections. Shit like that keeps flaring up and never really goes away.
herb wrote:holyie kow wot ane imbearising keyestrok errir
herb wrote:Good signing, although I'm not crazy about the four year term. I would have preferred a two or three year deal.
I really like Higgens as a player. He can play on basically any line, and is comfortable on either wing. He produces at a second line pace, is a solid two way player, kills penalties and works hard. He really plays the game the right way.
herb wrote:Clowe has always been more of a mucker, a net crasher, and a setup guy, while Kesler is a shoot first centre. They could work together. Clowe-Kesler-Higgens?
herb wrote:Juicy has one more year at $3M after this one. A bit of a gamble, but he's a versatile player who can play centre and wing. He has put up 65 and 52 points in the past and 42 points last year. He has won 58% of faceoffs this season.
Could be a decent low risk gamble. We need help down the middle, and especially on the faceoff dot. $3M for Jokinen may mean bye bye to Higgens or Raymond though.
herb wrote:At this point, bringing back Raymond and Higgens are no-brainer moves unless there is a better option. Unfortunately, Booth is not a better option at the moment. Hansen still has a year left, fortunately.
herb wrote:"Journeyman" Higgens played great against Edmonton - can't bitch about him.
herb wrote:I do like Pot's idea of putting Lapierre with Kassian and Raymond/Higgens/Hansen though. Knowing AV, I'm sure it will be tried. Unlike Malhotra and Pahlsson, Lapierre actually has some offensive abilities. A line of Hansen/Lapierre/Kassian would be a relentless honey badger mofo to play against.
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