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12-18-2011, 08:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Bleed Ranger Blue View Post
This is a silly argument. Just really, really silly. The NHL is littered with guys that could be "effective" when playing with talented players.

The guys that stick are the ones that are able to play in other situations and can be trusted to play well on the defensive side of the puck. That hasn't been Avery for quite a while.
Like Carl Hagelin, for example. Who averages about 11 minutes ATOI and is a .5 PPG player and a +7.

The right players will make the most of their ice time.

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