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04-07-2011, 05:06 PM
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I support TDMM's view in this.

Players exist in a particular context when they play hockey. Role players are in fact used effectively by teams, and if Holmstrom can have a certain value to a team by fulfilling a specific role, that determines his value, regardless of whether some kind of floating abstract system that weights all attributes equally would give him a lower numerical rating. The purpose of a player is to help his team win, not acquire a broad portfolio of skills.

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