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11-04-2008, 01:00 AM
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Brisk-Illusion
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Here are my observations, keep in mind that I'm a tough grader:

Centers

Saku Koivu: A Almost play-off quality Saku, has been great to watch.
Robert Lang: C+ Has been very solid in his role, would have been a B had he not missed so many open nets
Maxime Lapierre: C Has played better than I expected.
Thomas Plekanec: C- Snakebitten in the first few games, hopefully he's over it with his 4 pt night

Left Wing

Steve Begin: D Mr. bad penalties in worse moments hasn't learned his lesson yet.
Christopher Higgins:C- He's slowly coming back from injury and has looked better every game.
Andrei Kostitsyn: D A known slow starter
Sergei Kostitsyn: C- Has been invisible for a few games now.
Alex Tanguay: B+ Looks like a great acquisition so far.

Right Wing

Mathieu Dandenault: D Hasn't shown anything too good or bad so far.
Tom Kostopoulos: C- Has been solid in his role
Alex Kovalev: B- Hasn't looked his best so far, yet maintains a PPG pace, and has proved that he can still win a game on his own.
Georges Laraque: C- Can fight, but can't do much else.
Guillaume Latendresse: C Has slowed down in the last few games.

Defense

Francis Bouillon: C Has been good since coming back
Patrice Brisebois: F Maybe its already time to rest him for the play-offs (or his retirement press conference)
Josh Gorges: C- It feels to me like he's taken a bit of a step back since last year.
Roman Hamrlik: B Always solid.
Mike Komisarek: B- Ditto.
Andrei Markov: A+ Without a doubt the MVP of the team so far, this guy should be in serious contention for the Norris is he keeps his pace
Ryan O'Byrne: F Hopefully this is just an adjustment period.

Goalies

Carey Price: B Has been good enough to give us a chance to win all the games he's started.
Jaroslav Halak: D Hasn't.

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