As you probably know by now, Frédéric St-Denis signed a one year, two-way deal with the Montreal Canadiens yesterday.
Meanwhile, Raphael Diaz has also filed for salary arbitration with the team.
All of which leads me to a question, what do you do with the log-jam of puck moving, offensively minded blueliners?
After all, between St-Denis, Diaz, Kaberle and Weber, it feels like there are a lot of players cut from similar cloth here.
So, how would you deal with this logjam?
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