Thread: Post-Game Talk: 4/1/12 Minnesota 5 - Chicago 4 (SO)
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04-02-2012, 02:19 PM
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rynryn
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you guys like the "sticking up for..." part of his game and I do to. I don't think he is durable enough for that, and I'd accept Falks dual personalities as risk when choosing. Falk has to play like Stoner to stay in the lineup, but Stoner can't stay in the lineup because he's injured all the time. Stoner goal last night aside, Falk to me has looked a lot better offensively as well. Neither one is more than a bottom pairing guy so it isn't the end of the world either way, but for me everything balances out (stoners physicality and attitude vs falks skating and skills) but for Stoner's durability.

to say "he has injuries, yes." is downplaying it for a guy whose universally acknowledged role is and always has been to be physical.

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