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06-18-2010, 01:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
Havlat was pretty good post-injury.
He was never the player he was for three years in Chi-Town.

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Originally Posted by BigT2002 View Post
Havlat is the beneficial player when he is surrounded by other top talent. He was playing on a line pretty regularly with Versteeg and Sharp in Chicago and it worked out fine for them during the playoffs last year. Same with Ottawa.
Havlat produces when he doesn't have help. He was a PPG player with a great goal rate with scrubs his first season in Chicago. Last year he led the team in points while playing on the second line. Havlat doesn't have excuses.

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