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06-03-2011, 10:13 PM
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Wolski's 65-point seems like an outlier. Kind of like Drury's 37 goal season.

He's more of a 45-50 point player. The most goals he's scored in one season is 23, and he's only broken the 20-goal barrier twice.

If he had a more consistent work ethic, he could routinely score 65-70 points a season. However, he has been in the league for 5 full seasons with 3 different teams. He has played under 5 different coaches (Quenneville, Granato, Sacco, Tippett, and Torts), and he has yet to play with any sort of consistency except for a short period of time with Tippett. At this point, it's up to Wolski to put up an honest effort each and every shift. If he's not going to do that, then the Rangers might as well trade him or buy him out.

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