MLD2011 Sir Montagu Allan Rnd 1: Montreal Bad Habits (3) vs No-Names (6)
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08-16-2011, 01:01 PM
Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Orillia, Ontario
I would probably agree that your blueline is better. I don't think it's overly impressive, but neither is mine.
Obviously, Dave Maloney is the best defenseman in the series. It's not really close either. Bladon is solidly ahead offensively, but behind everywhere else.
I did want Jason Smith from you, but it was to anchor my second pair. I think that's where he belongs. He's pretty similar to Bert Marshall on my team. I'd have to look at them both more closely, but it appears they were very similar.
Dale Tallon, in my view, is hurt by the fact that he player quite a lot of forward. We don't really know how much of his offense came from the blueline. He's probably better thab McEwen, but not by much.
Bob Rouse is decent defensively, but Bill Brydge is definately better.
Berard and Malakhov are similar, but I think Berard put up better numbers. I would have to look it up. Regardless, they are pretty similar.
Brewer was good enough to play for team Canada in two best of the best tourneys, so I think his peak is not getting due credit.
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