Josi or Subban?

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Josi or Subban?

  1. Subban

    50.8%
  2. Josi

    49.2%
  1. BDG123

    BDG123 Registered User

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    Who would you rather have?
     
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    Edmonton needs a RHD but I think I have to go Josi here.
     
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    WhiskeySeven* Expect the expected

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    It's a toughy but I think Josi's worse than Subban defensively but somehow the latter has the reputation as defensively irresponsible and the former gets away scot-free. I'm going with PK Subban.
     
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    Belieber The Nuge is huge

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    Give me PK all day.
     
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    Czarchuk Go Flames Go!

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    PK Subban
     
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    Josi has the consistency and is more reliable, but PK has that extra gear that makes him go beast mode.
    But also far more errors in his game, have to go with Captain Josi.
     
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    Josi. Especially if we're factoring in cap hits here.

    Subban may have a little bit more "gamebreaking" ability at the extreme...but it's a bit of a double-edged sword. He's got that extra bit of ability to break a game either way. Positively...or negatively.
     
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    Mr. Josi
     
  9. bobholly39

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    PK very very easily.
    Better in playoffs and really steps up in big games/moments.
    Plus - by far the more entertaining player. Arguably the most entertaining player in the league to be a fan of.
     
  10. DominicBoltsFan

    DominicBoltsFan what the heck

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    They are both top 10 dmen and very good. Honestly a toss up, atm I prefer Josi by a hair but again it’s really a toss up. Two wonderful blue liners.
     
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    PK is simply dangerous.
    Josi's game is way more thoughtful.
    Who looks to have a spectaccle, favors instinct over inteligence, goes with PK.
    Who want to have the best contributor for a team , and wants his team to win, will prefer Josi

    I am fully behind Josi.
     

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