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03-18-2004, 03:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Mike8
At this point I'm not sure if you're trying to be funny or if you're trying to start an argument where there is none. :p

I hope you understand--after I've explained countless number of times--that I don't feel Bulis and Sundstrom are more important than Ribeiro and Koivu. If you don't understand this, there is little point in continuing the 'conversation'. Feel free to read over past posts to figure things out.
Mike8, you're making perfect sense, I think Stefan must either misunderstand or is just trying to get your goat. To me, your argument is sound and I agree with you 100%. Guys like Sundstrom and Bulis complement offensive leaders like Ribs and Koivu very well, and allow these players to concentrate on what they do best - putting the puck in the net and setting up scoring chances. Bulis and Sunny will not likely ever be at the top of a team's scoring leaders list, but their presence on the Habs makes them a better team.

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