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04-25-2011, 06:28 AM
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You're comparing apples and oranges. Dubinsky and Callahan never had issues of strength, grit, or engagement. They didn't struggle along the boards.
What is being pointed out about Anisimov is 100% true. He shies away from contact along the boards and isn't as engaged as he should be for someone his size.
He needs a page out of the Brian Boyle book. But time will tell if he ever gets that page. Some players just play the game a certain way.
Brian Boyle still needs a page out of the <insert any player who plays like they are 7 feet tall> book. He improved, but he doesn't always play like he's that big.
So Arty could use a page out of a different book for now. I agree about him being engaged more. Actually if he could learn a thing or two from Dubi about puck control and using his body to protect it, that would even be nice.
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