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04-26-2012, 07:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr Kanadensisk View Post
It's true, there is nothing much else I can say.

A lot of players on the Red Wings had the poor playoff performer label for years. Then they started winning cups and all was forgotten. 14 games is not enough to make any kind of sound evaluation plus for better or worse things are going to change next year.

Sure it is, especially when the sample size spans 4 years.

Dallman's put up insane offensive stats.....but he's also very 1 dimensional and always nose dives in the playoffs. That's hardly a recipe for best player; much less 'quite a bit better' than everybody else.

Is he a fantastic KHLer? Of course. I really hope the KHL keeps him.
But the best player? Unfortunately, no.

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