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11-04-2003, 05:46 PM
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Rivet gets the puck out of the zone effectively. Rivet brings leadership, a lot of it. He's got heart. When he shots on the net, he's got a fairly accurate shot and it gives some rebunds. He plays a good positioning game overall. Won his battles along the boards. What your doing "montreal" is sitting in front of you TV, with a pound of popcorn and a jumbo-size pepsi and you watch the game, waiting for Rivet doing a mistake. Like I said, the only games he wasn't doing well it was at home and he was booed. On the other part, Hainsey has been awful for us in the neutral zone and defensive end. It's not about doing rookie mistakes. It's about him taking chances, doing cross-ice passes, giving the puck away and doing a lot of mistake. He gets benched as the coach wants him to play a better defensive game and all. Then he comes back on the ice after getting benched for 15 minutes and guess what? He does a mistake because he's taking too much risks. Hell, if you call that coachable or valuable, god thanks you're not our GM.

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