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01-15-2012, 01:53 PM
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Originally Posted by TeamKidd View Post
Here is an update since our discussion of their poor beginnings to the season. here is their updated stats:

Donovan (38g) 4-16-20 +/- -1
Wishart (39g) 1-9-10 -9
DeHaan (32g) 2-7-9 -5
Ness (39g) 2-13-15 +/- 0
So that means since our freakout about their play in late november, they've gone:

Donovan 1-7-8 +7
Wishart 0-1-1 -4
DeHaan 0-1-1 -2
Ness 0-5-5 +6

Clearly Donovan and Ness have stepped up their games significantly, while wishart continues on his sucky way. DeHaan has been injured so....

There is hope. Im getting to the point where id rather see donovan and ness up here than some of our worst offenders on D.
[QUOTE=TeamKidd;42518371]Here is an update since our discussion of their poor beginnings to the season. here is their updated stats:

Donovan (38g) 4-16-20 +/- -1
Wishart (39g) 1-9-10 -9
DeHaan (32g) 2-7-9 -5
Ness (39g) 2-13-15 +/- 0

Looks like statistically speaking, Donovan and Ness are getting more comfortable with the Pro game. I was always impressed by Donovan when I watched his Denver games, and was really impressed by him at the WJHC in 2009. Ness, never impressed me when I watched his college games, BUT he has impressed me during the Islander's Roookie scrimmage games the last two years.

I may be in the minority, but I think Donovan has higher upside than De haan. He just seems to have a really good offensive mind, and is steady defensively.

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