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03-27-2005, 07:19 PM
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Getting back to my post above though, that's the downside of the BPA approach, and it also goes to show how dynamic a team has to be. That's the problem with Cammy, Tambs and Pushy. They're all NHL talent in subsized bodies. The Avs did well with some smaller bodies, but we've also got some talented big guys. It'll be an interesting four years to watch the team grow together. Here's hoping DT can work some cap magic.
I guess what we hope for is a return to 80's end to end hockey. Cammy, Tambs and Push would be well suited for that.
I think Tambs is going to do great in the NHL. He already has a good defensive game and he one one of the quickest and most accurate shots I have ever seen. At the first prospect camp he attended everyone jumped from the Kanko bandwagon to the Tambellini bandwagon.