Who are the biggest Under-Achiever's?
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05-16-2008, 02:59 AM
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In the grand scheme of things, Sather ended up being right. Tom Poti in the long run was the better player. By no means am I his biggest fan, but Poti will play in the NHL for the forseeable future. But if you're a fan of the Swiss league, you'll have a favorite player in Mike York.
I thought that this was an "Underachiever" thread. Mike York has been anything but underachiever in Ranger blue. In fact, he was an overachiever. Nobody expected a 7th rounder to be a regular, let alone lead the team in goals in his rookie year.
While Tom Poti is a better hockey player, he fits perfectly into the underachiever category. He had only 1 good offensive season, his defensive side has been a chronic problem and he was a 3rd pairing defenseman, while being paid like a top 4.
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