The importance of a faceoffs/having a faceoff specialist
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05-09-2012, 03:05 AM
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Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: New Jersey
trade a first rounder for a guy who's best skill is face offs. They're important, but not worth a first.
These are the guys on our team taken in the first round. Some not by us, some drafted higher, others lower, but regardless the point is that a guy who is simply a face off specialist is not worth the price of potentially getting a player of the caliber of any of the aforementioned. Not every pick pans out, but even so it is still not worth it. Especially post-lockout.
Besides, if we wanted a face off specialist that sucks at everything else we would have just kept Drury.
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