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03-09-2012, 11:49 AM
Talks to Goalposts
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Originally Posted by Richard View Post
I highly doubt it; I think in reality he may become a consistent 25-30 goal scorer over the course of his career. I think now he benefits from the "good player on a bad team syndrome" and that has artificially enhanced his statistics a bit. He has been hot too.
Good player on bad team syndrome is largely a matter of getting powerplay minutes one wouldn't get elsewhere. Or getting points on a team that don't play defense which can hardly describe Montreal.

Pacioretty is rampaging on even strength.

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