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01-24-2010, 11:47 AM
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Originally Posted by ThirdEye View Post
To me the biggest offenders in terms of inability to add offense have been Drury, Higgins and Redden. If you take their careers into accounts, these guys should be on pace for at least two times, if not three times as many points. All three of them are having absolutely abysmal seasons. If these guys were playing up to their average career numbers we would be 6-10 points up in the standings, even with our schizophrenic defense.

I excluded Lisin because I didn't really expect much from him, and actually, he has brought even less to the table which is surprising. Sean Avery is also having a down year, but not as bad as the three above.
Higgins boggles my mind the most. I wasn't expecting him this great 1st line sniper, but to at least get 25 - 30 goals, with 25 - 30 assists and be a solid player.

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