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02-17-2012, 11:39 AM
Join Date: Feb 2002
Location: Danbury, CT
I think the size of the contract has weighed heavily on him earlier in the season, then he stratred pressing for things to happen and it's all unraveled for him offensively.
What I love aout Brandon Dubinsky is that he sat down with Torts and was told that as long as he is doing everything else the right way, back checking, playing physical, being a good defensive player and working the boards well, that his lack of offence (while hurtful) can be managed and Dubi has done a great job of being one of the better defensive/grinding forwards the Rangers have.
He's a valuable piece to what we have going on, but without question is a very available asset.
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