As for Hull, it wasn’t so much that Dallas dropped him. They offered to resign him another year yet his agent wanted a two year deal. Second, he scored “LESS” in Detroit than he did in Dallas and he played more games while it was 79 pts. in Dallas while only 63 in Detroit. While in the playoffs in Dallas, he constanly shot “low’ and the goalies figured him out. While he took about 40-45 shots, he had 2 goals. Modano took about half the shots yet had more goals. To be on a more “offensive’ team(Detroit) he should have had “more” points IHO.
Losing Hull was not the reason of Dallas’ fall last year.]]>
Turgeon and Young will go together on the 2nd line and hope they recapture what they had in St.Louis.
And then you have Arnott floating around on the 3rd line and can be moved around. A player with the talent and skill or Arnott can’t be traded away without seeing how valuable he can be right now. A player like him that can play your 3rd line make Dallas a very deep team.]]>