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01-03-2006, 06:35 PM
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bland
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Hell, I'd flat out state that Parros is already the best tough guy/enforcer LA has dressed since McSorely's first stint here.

Big George lacks in foot speed, no doubt, but he's really impressed me with his anticipation and heart. I figured he would need at least 3-4 seasons in the AHL in order to learn how to read plays well enough to compensate for his shortcomings, but he's been making smart reads pretty consistently. He's further along than I think most of us would have thought before training camp.

I haven't checked the game logs, but I don't think Luc has scored since GP went down. I can remember three occasions were Parros' drives to the net lead to goals, and he hasn't done anything to hurt the team defensively. He's been an asset in more ways than any "goon" in recent memory. Who the hell cares if he hasn't KTFO an opponent?

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