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11-06-2010, 06:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Thom Yorke View Post
A huge part of being considered a good dangler is creativity. You can't keep doing one move and expect to be considered a great dangler, whether it's successful or not (and it's not as successful as I think you believe it is). And shootouts and dangling aren't the same thing...
Don't worry about him. Everyone knows Kessel is not a dangler at all. He is capable of some nice moves now and then, but he plays a lot more straightforward than a dangler would. That works very well for Kessel, but yeah, you're right, the only move he really does is the outside/inside one, and i have hardly seen it even attempted this year so far.

If Kadri ever makes it up the NHL and is successful, he would be considered the dangler on the team, it's way too early to talk about him though.

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