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  1. #1
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    NHL.com's top remaining Free Agents

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    Anyone besides Doan that is worth signing? Arnott maybe? I like Huselius as well. But, this is a pretty weak list.
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    Not much that interests me besides Doan and Huselius. And Huselius hasn't been good in a few years, so meh. Wouldn't mind Dan Ellis backing up Schneider once a Luongo deal goes down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueJayFanDan View Post
    Not much that interests me besides Doan and Huselius. And Huselius hasn't been good in a few years, so meh. Wouldn't mind Dan Ellis backing up Schneider once a Luongo deal goes down.
    It's not the fact that Huselius has "not" been good. He's been injured. Could be a low risk/high reward type move as I do believe he's still capable of 55 points.

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    I like and think that a pretty solid signing would be Dominic Moore to replace Pahlsson. He's good on the draw and not bad in his own zone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrkGawdofWalkz View Post
    I like and think that a pretty solid signing would be Dominic Moore to replace Pahlsson. He's good on the draw and not bad in his own zone.
    And a fantastic two-way player. He can put up 30-40 points as a third liner. He can step up into a top six role at times. Solid faceoff guy like you mentioned. Good on the PK. I love Dom Moore, and I really do not understand why he's bounced around so much (Toronto, Buffalo, Florida, Montreal, Tampa, San Jose) all in like three seasons.

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