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07-10-2011, 11:26 AM
Join Date: Jul 2008
I think a lot of the supposed knocks on Jonas Brodin's offensive game is from people watching the stat line from his SEL season this year.
He's a good puck-mover, great skater, sound decision-maker, and that should be good for some assists at the NHL level. It's all circumstancial though, especially for a guy that's likely not a first unit power play guy because of the lack of a great slapper.
He definitely isn't written off from putting up Matt Carle-numbers or something like that.
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