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09-21-2008, 02:37 PM
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Originally Posted by _AC_ View Post
If you think being out of position 70% of the game (Dawes) and not being able to finish and capitalize on easy scoring chances (Prucha) is "playing very well" then I'm going to say your definition of very well is totaly different then mine.

AS far as someone saying Byers being bad. He threw the best hit of the night -- and w/ the limited ice time he had b/c of special teams... he was hitting everything that came in his way.
I consider creating scoring chances as playing well.

I think hits are fun, but when that's all you can do, and provide little else, i don't think you played a good game. Byers checked a couple of guys. And that was about it.

What I'm gathering here is that people would want a team of:

Orr - Byers - Callahan
Voros - Rissmiller - Moore

Yea, we are sure gonna win a hell of a lot of games and score many many goals with those guys...

But hey! They improved their skating, try real hard, and check people!

I'm not usually this negative... but some of these guys have no business being in the NHL. None.

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