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Bluenote13 11-03-2003 04:43 AM

How did Leetch look?
 
I missed yesterday's game, how did Leetch look? Obviously he didn't figure into any of the scoring, but was his play noticebly good? Bad? Any info is greatly appreciated....

Bluenote13 11-03-2003 09:51 AM

Yikes...not one taker eh? ;)

tony 11-03-2003 10:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Bluenote13
Yikes...not one taker eh? ;)

i thought he looked timid. he was reluctant to rush up ice and he seemed to be fighting the puck a bit. clearly missing camp has hurt him. he'll come around though. i was surprised to see him paired with poti. i thought it would have been easier for him to find his groove paired with devries but seldom does anything make sense here.

Fletch 11-03-2003 10:29 AM

Being paired with Poti made sense...
 
aside from Malakhov, he's basically the only defenseman Leetch has been paired with who's still currently on the team, so likely he would've been most comfortable with Poti as a partner.

Bluenote13 11-03-2003 11:20 AM

Thanks for the input Tony & Fletch....

One more question - did Leetch start the PP & the PK?

tony 11-03-2003 12:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Fletch
aside from Malakhov, he's basically the only defenseman Leetch has been paired with who's still currently on the team, so likely he would've been most comfortable with Poti as a partner.

now that you mention it, that does make sense but you have to admit devries plays a pretty simple game so i can't imagine it would have been much of an adjustment. bluenote, leetch did start the pp and although he did see pk time i'm not sure if he was first line.


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