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01-24-2012, 05:10 AM
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SimonTemplar
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In case anyone forgets that is a pretty solid Attack team over there. With half their Mem Cup roster still intact then loaded with prospects that are solid it's no wonder they are a tough out. They put the boots to Plymouth on home ice a week ago and were full marks for holding on.

Tinordi will continue to move puck if he remains teamed with Cook who guards the house very well.

Hunter said after these trades guys will begin to sit and get some well deserved rest.

This is all bonus time when you can sit 3 players a night and when Harry/ Knighter come back it's even more that will rotate in and out. That should be pretty fresh team come March and if they could open a bigger lead on Plymouth they will rest half the team the last two weeks. If they get any more separation which I am having my doubts on now. The Whalers know home ice is on the line and they'll be coming hard.

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