Ranking the projected one-two centre punches in the NHL's Western Conference:
The Stanley Cup winners set the gold standard in the West.
Kesler's addition gives the Ducks the size they need against L.A.
If Thornton stays, the Sharks are still stacked down the middle.
Spezza makes Dallas much more than a one-line team.
So many good centres, a couple will have to play on wing.
Losing Stastny hurts, but MacKinnon gets to shift to natural position.
Getting Richards solved Blackhawks' biggest off-season need.
Wild are strong on the wings but no slouches at centre.
Gagner is small, but Coyotes upgraded by dumping Mike Ribeiro.
If Bonino continues to develop, Canucks will be just fine.
It will be up to Peter Laviolette to maximize Predators' talent.
Draisaitl is the future, even if he's not the present.
Young Flames would love No. 4 pick Sam Bennett to be ready soon.
It'll be hard for Jets to keep up in Central Division.