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12-02-2010, 09:36 PM
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There is no real decision on who to sit on D for Saturday. Picard sits. No, he hasn't been bad. Not at all. But he is the 7th D, and Weber fills a more important role on the PP, so there it is. Its a real nice feeling knowing we have this much depth at D, even with Markov out.

Only way both Picard and Weber play next game is if they decide to sit Gorges. Guy looks a bit banged up, and one big strength of depth is getting to rest guys who are only playing at 80-85%.

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