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05-06-2009, 06:50 PM
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Originally Posted by seventieslord View Post
"Cameron looked lost in the Toronto zone, though he was comfortable carrying the puck when Toronto was attacking.."

"The Victoria forwards weaved around Harry Cameron the entire game. Cameron was frequently bailed out by Jack Marshall and Hap Holmes."

"Cameron was unable to hold Foyston off from the front of the Toronto net, which allowed the Victoria forward to tap a rebound shot into the open cage"

"Any time the puck went into Cameron's corner you could be certain a Victoria forward would be coming out with it"...

Just kidding, man.
You actually got me, you *******.

Seriously though, if anyone has some other quotes or data they'd like to share that could counter the seemingly impressive contemporary accounts of Cameron's defensive and physical play, please share them.

Otherwise, I think we're compelled to believe that, contrary to commonly held belief, he was more than capable in his own end. Not a Cleghorn by any stretch, naturally, but far from a liability.

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