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11-11-2010, 01:45 PM
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dulzhok
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Originally Posted by triggrman View Post
Suter in the Olympics looked like one of the best pp quarterbacks in the game.
I'd have to go back and watch Rafalski's goals to see the impact Suter had on them. Regadless, I don't believe in looking at sample sizes of 5 games.

Over the time period Suter has played with us, he's been "average" on the PP, imo. I agree with PA that he's excellent at transitioning the puck up ice, and he's a "pretty good" puck mover on the PP.

However, he lacks high end offensive skills and creativity that the true PP QBs have. He's a level below guys like Mike Green, Doughty, Boyle, Kaberle, Markov, Lidstrom, etc.

He's not the problem, but he's not the solution either.

His biggest strength is at ES, where he's close to top 5 all-around.

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