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05-06-2008, 10:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Andrei Kostopolous View Post
Even at his current speed he could be an effective top 6 forward if he simply went to the net more and stayed there. For the most part he is a perimeter player which in my opinion is holding him back more than skating.

However i don't know whats going to be more difficult, improving his skating or his willingness to pay the price in front of the net.

He seems to be a good kid with a good attitude so time will tell.
It's not a question of his being a good kid with a good attitude. I'll give him good marks on that. The skating is another matter. If he plants himself in front of the net and stays there, is he going to be able to get back to his own zone if the Habs turn over the puck?

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