Why is it always Guillaume that copes?
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11-19-2008, 07:28 PM
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Um, how? It shows that Lats was producing a lot to start the season and cooled down hence why Higgins returned on the top line and Lats was demoted. It also shows that neither player is being particularily effective offensively right now.
How does this contradict any of what I've said before?
Higgins is still more effective than Lats. If Lats isn't producing, he's more of a liability, Higgins provides a lot more at least.
Right now, the whole team is slumping. Latendresse isn't making a case for himself yet that he should be playing top line minutes. The argument for Latendresse is more if he deserved to be demoted in the first place.
Learn to read noob
lets break games and lets help you a bit
From game 2 (buffalo) to game 5 (phoenix), 6 points in 4 games, then, in game 6 (florida), no points, still plays for 16 minutes
Game 7 (anaheim) Higgins come back, Habs lose 6-4 and Guillaume is still +1, playing 17 minutes, and lot less powerplay
Game 8 (Carolina) Higgin take the spot of Latendesse on the 2nd line, Latendresse TOI falls to 11 minutes
So basickly, Latendresse went scoreless for an Humongus total of
before he was demoted so all the blindless haters that say that Guillaume was slumping and that it ws the reason why he got demoted are wrong, the numbers are a proof that its higgins promotion that made Latendresse slumping, not the opposite
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