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02-04-2012, 07:51 PM
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Blind Gardien
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I'd take Huberdeau. He's one year less risk retired. I don't see Grigorenko or Yakupov as being clearly better. They might be better. But then they might not. They have an extra year for things to go off the rails, or for an injury to hit, etc. I don't watch the Q though, so maybe those who do have a better head-to-head feel for the players. I watch Yakupov more. I can see flipping a coin as to which is better between him and Huberdeau.

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