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09-22-2003, 12:38 PM
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didjuicythat
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Originally Posted by Corey
Yes, Dykhuis ahead of Hainsey. In the game against Boston, Dykhuis was excellent, Hainsey was not. In the Ottawa game, Hainsey was paired with Komisarek, and they didn't click, mostly because of Hainsey. He should spend time in Hamilton and learn defense from Doug Jarvis.
Hainsey and Komisarek not doing well together against Ottawa? First, have you even seen this game? I watched it, and I can tell he was among the team's three best skaters Saturday night. He was everywhere on the ice, and contributed in every aspect of the game (yes, including defensive coverage). I feel he did a pretty good job on the powerplay as he did have his chances, and was outstanding for first passes all night long.

Definatly, I can't see how you can make such a comment without explaining or bringing any facts to the table.

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