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02-02-2011, 10:33 AM
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Originally Posted by CerpinTaxt View Post
Ran across an article and thought it was interesting. Lots of comparisons made between Clarke and Giroux, plus Clarke's two cents on Giroux.



article: http://phillysportsdaily.com/flyers/...-more-selfish/

I actually like the part where Clarke thinks its an honor that players like Richards and Giroux are compared to him. Anyone else think that if Giroux was "trying to score more goals", as Clarke says, that it would open up his passing game as well? Anyway, cool read.
I would follow Clarke's advice, because he was the best Flyers forward ever. If opponents have to start respecting Giroux's shot, then they will allow for more passing room. If they know he's not going to shoot, it makes their job a little easier.

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