View Single Post
11-13-2011, 08:09 AM
Registered User
Join Date: May 2010
Location: Stockholm
Country: Sweden
Posts: 1,465
vCash: 500
Tim Heed is putting up points as always, he have 18 points in 19 games so far and leads the scoringrace for d-man in Allsvenskan with a wide margin. However I don't think he has progressed as well defensively as you woud have hoped, he is still a below average skater and you can still tell that he used to be a forward (weak positioning). I don't think he will ever be a NHL-player.

A d-man that has that kind of PP-quarterback skills will however have a very sucessful career and rack up a lot of points wherever he plays, but his flaws are too obvious to ever make it to NHL(hopefully I am wrong). If he just was a better skater I would have more faith in him.

cheerupmurray is offline