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03-16-2004, 04:21 AM
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Ajacied
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Originally Posted by Hammerwise
Morrow is a guy any team would want, but Bell has alot more offensive upside.
Alot more? Morrow has 30/30 upside and should hit his peak years at 65 points. Unless Bell has 40 goals, ppg upside, his offensive potential isn't alot more.

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Bell has gotten his points on a bad team.
The Hawks have scored as many goals as the Dallas Stars have right now, and Chicago even has a game in hand. If any, Morrow has an advantage here.

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Mark Bell can fight
And Morrow can't?

Fighting majors

Brenden Morrow

1999/2000: 05
2000/2001: 09
2001/2002: 10
2002/2003: 07
2003/2004: 05

Mark Bell

2001/2002: 10
2002/2003: 05
2003/2004: 03

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Originally Posted by Hammerwise
plays good defense
Sure, but he didn't finish as a top 25 Selke finalist twice in his career like Morrow has.

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and can hit
Yes he can, but on those latest tracked stats they recorded, Morrow was 2nd among all forwards in hits, Bell was nowhere to be found.

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His talent in those areas is 99.9% the same as Morrow, but his offensive upside is higher.
Not at all. Morrow is superior defensively, never has off-nights, is a proven and sometimes downright dominant playoff performer and has been the better of the two offensive wise. His leadership attributes are also far better.

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