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06-27-2009, 03:57 PM
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Originally Posted by CCF23 View Post
...Are you thick?

I'm pointing out the guy that killed us in the playoffs was 5'9.

Don't get me wrong, there's nothing wrong with drafting size, but you do not pass up on someone who is clearly the best player available just because he's a little short. Players like that can excel with the way the game is called now.

As someone else pointed out, Rodin is fairly average sized. What's the point in averaging the height of our first 2 picks when the first guy we picked is 5'8? Of course the average will be a little low. Do you have a problem with the Schroeder pick, though? Who do you think we should've taken ahead of him? Because I've heard a lot of "experts" say this kid was a steal where we got him.
Where was Kane the rest of the series? The Canucks got collectively beat as a team by being Physically dominated and worn down by a bigger..more physical Hawks team.

In fact you could make a strong argument that these were the Hawk players who actually did kill us.....

22 Troy Brouwer 6' 2" 213 Aug 17, 1985 23 Vancouver, BC, CAN
37 Adam Burish 6' 1" 200 Jan 6, 1983 26 Madison, WI, USA
33 Dustin Byfuglien 6' 3" 247 Mar 27, 1985 24 Minneapolis, MN, USA
55 Ben Eager 6' 2" 220 Jan 22, 1984 25 Ottawa, ON, CAN
16 Andrew Ladd 6' 2" 198 Dec 12, 1985 23 Maple Ridge, BC, CAN
2 Duncan Keith "A" 6' 1" 194 Jul 16, 1983 25 Winnipeg, MB, CAN
7 Brent Seabrook 6' 3" 220 Apr 20, 1985 24 Richmond, BC, CAN

Take a good hard look at the average size of that group!!!

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