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05-26-2009, 04:22 PM
Join Date: May 2004
Location: Snow Belt, USA
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actually, for the end of the regular season and inc. the wash series, he was. sorry, true. his play picked up dramatically. not sure if that means he was good or if the rest of the d was that bad, either way, wade did play as well as any other dman we had for that stretch- inc marc staal and dan girardi.
reddens play for much of the regular season was at times, awful. rozys play for the whole year was, for the most part, atrocious. theres the difference. one guy stepped it up when it mattered, the other was mediocre at best and often just plain bad.
my memories of rozy are screaming at the tv saying... get him off the power play point now !! and, watching as he lumbered out of the d zone with the puck only to get stripped or fumble it or just throw it away. he became the human turnover.
ill take redden over rozy thank you very much. atleast redden will take the occasional shot, make a good pass here and there and isnt prone to "stevie wonder" passing.
no contest. rozy must go.
Oh, boy... What exactly makes you think that you know the difference between good and bad defensive play or between stepping up or mailing it in? Give me just one example you were right on anything. FYI, you're wrong again and every single one you you arguing with is correct.
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