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11-03-2010, 08:09 AM
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Bullsmith
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Originally Posted by Habblues View Post
It`s darn well time Martin let Subban play "his" game. He`s got soooo much offensive talent, as we`ve seen during the world juniors and his time in the AHL. So why in **** do they want this guy to be another stay at home D man ??? It doesn`t make sense. We`re starving for offence and they just seem to hold this guy back . **** put a third D man out there with him to cover for him when he rushes the puck. Does anyone on the Habs brass remember a guy by the name of Bobby Orr ? Wake up Martin before it`s too late. Why must we ruin every young players chance to show us what he can really do ?
This is just plain idiotic. Subban is a fantastic talent who STILL NEEDS TO GET ADJUSTED TO THE NHL. He absolutely is capable of making a fool of himself, and his teammates, when he runs around crazily trying to do everything himself. At the same time, he needs to get lots of ice time in all kinds of situations, especially PP and some top 5 on 5 minutes. AND THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT HE'S GETTING.

Seriously, there is NOTHING to fault in the way Subban is being brought into the league. For the first time in more than a decade the Habs have an elite level prospect they are neither rushing nor holding back. So of course, there's got to be a chorus of complaint.

This one gets my vote as the maybe the worst OP I've seen this year. Course the season's young yet.

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