The Myth of Depth and Other Issues of Concern
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03-15-2012, 03:30 PM
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Originally Posted by
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Agreed. Thats not depth, its a logjam.
The "depth" on this team is just what the title of the thread indicates - a myth. I dont consider prospects who either aren't NHL ready, or arent currently eligible to be playing in the NHL as depth, either.
Take the defense, for example. People love to say how much depth we have, and how one of the top 4 can be traded in the near future for a top-level forward. Who knows how McIlrath and Erixon will work out? Who knows when/if Sauer is coming back?
Extraordinarily wishful thinking says he have depth on defense. Reality shows we have Bickel, Stralman, and Eminger being counted on for important minutes.
The fact that this team has relied on Bickel, Eminger, Woywitka and Scott on defense shows the lack of depth.
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