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11-24-2003, 01:50 PM
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Andrei Kastsitsyn*
 
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Originally Posted by Habsaku
Its easy to judge based on Hainseys performance of the past two years, but Chow looked real slow last year during his slump, but he isnt.

Hainsey has a long stride and he can generate a lot of speed, he can also make end to end plays with his strong skating. Komisarek can't.

Komisarek has a better wrist and slap shot but that doesn't mean Hainsey doesn't have a good one either.


Based on pure skill, Hainsey has more, but based on overall production, you'll get much more out of Komisarek thats for sure.




Like I said, you shouldn't judge a player when he's struggling like Hainsey has. When he is playing with a lot of confidence, he is a dominatnt player offensively and he can skate really well. he just needs to get going.
I'm basing my opinons on all the games i've seen form Hainsey from this year and last year and some Hamilton games, and i don't agree with most of what you're saying..

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