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02-02-2009, 06:19 PM
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Originally Posted by CanadienErrant View Post
1- Check their stats. Pleks has about 8 points more in the same number of seasons. Pleks is weak on face-offs. Not Vermette.
This is the kind of thinking that makes someone look at Koivu's and Lecavalier's career stats and say "these guys are comparable".

Pleks's best season is 29-40-69. Vermette's is 24-29-53. That's a rather sizable difference.

Originally Posted by CanadienErrant View Post
2- Habs needs any kind of help on D- Have you seen the last half-dozen games ?
Not arguing that, but I would rather see a two-way puck-mover. The guy will play with Hamrlik, he just needs to be good enough that Hamrlik doesn't have to compromise his own D covering for him. The Habs need a guy who can pass the puck out without turning it over more than another banger -- and they still need that power play point guy. I'd eye Filip Kuba, who's more likely to be available in the first place.

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