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06-21-2011, 11:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Voodoo Child View Post
And let's also not forget that they're the same age. Hamonic had a good year, but that doesn't mean he's better than a guy the same age who has accomplished a lot more.

Hamonic had a full minute more of PPTOI, and 34 seconds less SHTOI. He plays easier minutes than Schenn and gets more opportunities to score.

As for people saying shutdown guys are more common, blech. What's more common? A guy with top-5 in the NHL shutdown potential (He's already top-20 easily) and 35 point upside (Schenn) or 35-50 point two-way guys (Hamonic)?
Hamonic was on the top pairing and played against the opposition's top line.

Originally Posted by Falcons93 View Post
He's got a long way to go. IIRC, Phil Kessel of all people outmuscled him and scored a goal because of it earlier this season.
Hum yeah, that one play proves that he's weak and that he's got a long way to go...

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