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10-27-2004, 01:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Dr.Sens(e)
Spezza is more talented offensively, and has produced more ppg at every level, but Vermette does have some great offensive potential. His release is really something - he is going to score a lot of goals in the NHL.

I really think Spezza has shown he has was it takes to commit and become a great player. He has been a trooper. Does he make the dipsy doodle moves too often still? Yup. But that's just part of learning when to do what. He's already improved quite a bit over the last few years and that should continue. Vermette has also tried a few moves at inopportune times.

Another thing to think of when it comes to Vermette, is that last season he was brought along slowly much the same way that Spezza was in his first season under Martin. This could all change next season under Murray. He could potentially see a lot of ice time; especially if you consider the lack of scoring depth on LW for the Sens.

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