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10-08-2008, 12:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Fletch View Post
it's very silly to deduce that a player who is a better skater is a better player. That's simple nonsense, at least to me it is as I believe there's more to the game of hockey than just skating.
Not really... I mean, sure, there's stick part of it, but there's usually much greater parity among players there.

Originally Posted by Fletch View Post
And I'm not sure what comparison would make me embarassed at some point.

For Callahan playing C would be a promotion he didn't earn.
Callahan was very promicing, but the fact that he didn't gain much weight makes him what he is - a speedy winger. You cannot be effective on defence in NHL if you're under 200 lbs or so. Centre, whatever line he leads is always your 3rd D.

KKK is top 6 material. He already replaced Drury. If you disagree with Drury part, how about he beat Neved for the spot? He will replace Gomez, if healthy and not traded in 5 years. Very few would remember who Callahan was then. You won't beleave that you compared the two. I will remind you.

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