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11-17-2010, 12:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Chris Shafer View Post
Richards was asked about Subban. It's not like he went to the media and said, "Here. Jot this down."

Honestly, Subban is the one who is handling himself incorrectly. He's a finesse player acting tough in a league where he isn't anywhere near the toughest. There's going to be some guys going after him if he continues to act like he does.

It's just the way the NHL works. It'd be better if he quieted down a tad. He can still be outspoken but make sure he's doing it the right way.
According to whom? You? Because he's the type of players piling up points, that doesn't necessarily make him a finesse player. Subban is multidimensional and will try punishing hits at his blue line anytime; he's a lot more than a finesse player.

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