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11-23-2010, 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Sting36e View Post
It's unbelievable that this is even up for debate. This is as easy and one-sided an argument as you'll ever see. This team needs a player that can create offense for himself and others, a player that allows the team to control the play whenever he's out on the ice. That's not a description that many wingers fit. There's a reason the forwards with the most skill and highest hockey sense tend to be centers. They fill the most important position on the ice.
Ales Hemsky is a winger and fits the bill. There are many other wingers in the league who can do what you describe. Yes, normally it's something you would see from a centermen.

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