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06-22-2004, 12:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Prucha73
having 6'6" guys on the defense instead of 6'1" is not just physical advantage it is also mental, it intimidates other teams' smaller forwards.
This would be a valid point if we were talking about bantam hockey.
You learn at the junior/midget/high school level to not be scared of ANYONE, regardless of how big they are.

Players don't say to themselves "Man, that guy is pretty tall. Maybe I should just dump it in."
Players say "That guy hits like a mothaf'ker! F'k that, I'm not going around him."

People are not going to be afraid of Shultz. They will be afraid of Lyamin.
So who do we draft?

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