Thread: News Article: Niemi + ??? for Nash?
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05-03-2012, 10:54 PM
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Originally Posted by WTFetus View Post
Isn't 4-6 a bit too much, or maybe the Seto standard is a bit too high? You already noted for Boston and Detroit, but I don't recall Pittsburgh or Chicago having a lot of "Seto" speed players. I don't remember their exact Top-6, but Crosby, Malkin, Kennedy, Dupuis, Fedetenko, etc aren't Seto fast. And from Chicago, I'd only put Kane and Hossa in the Seto fast category.
Vancouver was 1 game away from winning (and probably would've won if Hamhuis didn't injure himself), and the Sedins and Kesler aren't Seto fast either.
Chicago, Toews, Kane, Sharp, Hossa.

Pitt, Crosby, Malkin, Kunitz.

Detroit starts with Datsyuk, Franzen. Cleary is within the parameters while Flipper is flat out very fast.

Boston, Bergeron, Krejci. But Boston ran three lines and their tweeners like Peverley and Marchand were fast as well as their top 6 sub, Seguin.

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