Where would Horton fit into all of this?

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  1. HabLover

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    Burns would also be a welcome addition, but the real question is about Horton.

    Would he be there w/Crosby and Bergie on the top line?....perhaps w/Getz and Carter?

    Would he be leading the tourney in scoring?....even tho' Bergie outscored him in the NHL last season.

    Is he better than Ovechkin?

    I bet numnuts Keenan wishes he would've released Horton now?
     
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    He would be top line no doubt.

    Perry probably wouldn't have made this squad, which is a bad thing.

    No, he isn't better than Ovechkin.
     
  3. Keenan did it on purpose, not to have Horton play at the worlds. Why he did it? its beyond me. He scrached, Enrico Cicone, from a game against Montreal. Horton would have been on the 2nd line, and My guess, is one of the new commers wouldnt have made the team. Keenan is a pure a hole.
     
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