I know a number of people on this board have given up on Sbisa and want to give him away on the many trade proposals. But seeing him play against the Rangers, reminded me that he has all the physical tools you want from defenseman. I couldn't help to notice how physical and tough he is to play against. He can skate, carry the puck up ice, able to provide good outlet passes, hit, willing to drop gloves and stand up for teammates, and is not afraid to shoot the puck. It been mentioned often on this board, that he has a 10 cent brain, but if we analyze his mistakes, most of them are due to him being ultra agressive. This agressiveness is his natural tendency, and he has never been allowed the time to grow into his skills. Philadelphia rushed him up in his first year as 18 year old, and while the Ducks gave him a year to spend in juniors, they threw him out with big responsibilities due to his physical skill set. The beginning of this season is the first time, Sbisa has been able to sit and observe the game from a NHL perspective, and let's see if he has learned from this, after all he is only 23 years old, which is around the age the game starts to slow down for young defensemen, and they start to blossom. Hopefully, Sbisa watched how Lovejoy played with Cam, for this is the spot he is most likely the spot he will take. Lovejoy is everything Sbisa isn't. Lovejoy does not have the skills Sbisa has except for skating and his outlet pass. But Lovejoy has been effective, because he plays conservative game and he is smart. If Sbisa can learn to be smart and tame his natural agressiveness in his decision making, he can become an idea partner for Cam.