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03-24-2011, 07:42 AM
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Originally Posted by phillyfanatic View Post
Cannon, I would up that to 29 or 30. I think in today's NHL guys like the sedins, brad richards, zetterberg, datsyk, sharp are all still in their prime at 30. Diet, fitness and new rules against stick work allow players to stay in top form longer.
For every Sedin, Richards, Sharp and Zetterberg there are 2 Gagne, Gomez, Lecavalier, Comrie, and Redden's.

Your prime are the years that you can bank on having good production. While you can have a good year at 29 or 30, the nagging injuries come earlier in the season and your not nearly the lock you were for a big year like you are when you are 24-25.


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