Thread: the Habs' Swiss
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10-15-2011, 03:42 AM
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xposbrad
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Diaz was very shaky last game. Turnovers, bad passes, weak in front of the net. That pass across without looking that got picked off in our zone almost led to a big scoring chance by the flames. Then in the other game he left his guy in front and they scored.

Weber is off and on with his d consistency. His biggest problem is his strength in clearing the crease area and sticking with bigger guys. He wasn't too good in the PK the other game I know they tried him on that but he's strictly a PP point specialist. (he has to work on getting his point shots through, last year a ton were blocked).

Although they are both playing now, I don't see how a competitive team would have room for both of these guys in their lineup. If we want to actually win we'll need upgrades over both preferably.

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Originally Posted by The Kremelin Wall View Post
Why do you say these things regarding upside? Perhaps because Diaz is new and shiny? Weber is younger and leagues ahead of where Diaz was at the same age. I'd even give Weber the edge over Diaz now offensively and defensively. I'll go ahead and make the bold statement that Weber could be as good as Subban is right now.
I think he's probably better than Subban but like a combo of Doughty mixed with Weber/Yandle/Lidstrom. Probably like could get to 62g/902a a year I think...If we use him properly lol


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