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01-16-2011, 03:47 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jules Winnfield View Post
Again, you are wrong. Locke hasn't been ahead of him all season.



http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pitt.../s_714427.html

He was called up when he was leading the AHL in points. He's still one of the top guys in the AHL in points despite being called up several times since then by the Pens.

Continue on with your poor knowledge of Jeffrey.

It's one thing if you don't like someone's proposal for your player, but you don't have to go out of your way to say that prospect is terrible when you CLEARLY don't know much about the prospect.
wrong again

as of january second these were the scoring leaders

1 Corey Locke Binghamton Senators 34 11 35 46 24
2 David Desharnais Hamilton Bulldogs 35 10 35 45 24
3 Jason Krog Chicago Wolves 39 8 30 38 10
4 Jerome Samson Charlotte Checkers 35 18 18 36 22
4 Alexandre Giroux Oklahoma City Barons 37 13 23 36 36
6 Jonathan Cheechoo Worcester Sharks 33 13 22 35 8
6 Kris Newbury Connecticut Whale 38 5 30 35 87
8 Andrew Gordon Hershey Bears 29 16 18 34 12
8 Darren Haydar Chicago Wolves 36 13 21 34 38
10 Liam Reddox Oklahoma City Barons 37 18 15 33 16
10 Dustin Jeffrey Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins 31 14 19 33 6

apparently the pittsburgh paper doesnt fact check

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