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10-07-2003, 07:41 AM
Join Date: Feb 2003
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I think the key difference is that Niinimaa was usually as tough as nails in our own end and Bergeron is extremely suspect down there. I'm hoping he sticks with the team however.. we've all seen what he can do for our PP and his work in the defensive zone can only get better.
He's definitely capable of putting up a lot of points if he finds his way onto our PP and starts bouncing pucks in off of Isbister!
Your post reminded me Niinimaa scored on his own team while the Oilers was having a delayed penalty (he banged the puck back to the glass and it bounced into the net while Salo rushing to the bench). Hilarious goal scored by Niinimaa.
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