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06-29-2012, 03:03 PM
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Originally Posted by egelband View Post
The only exception is when the bottom six forward is particularly good at something. Like a faceoff stud or a ridiculously good fighter like Joey Kocur. Then you pay a premium. But I totally agree that - in general - your bottom six should tend toward hungry inexpensive role players. Its just economics. And a good coach will channel that hunger into good defensive play and the occasional goal. Which is really what you need from your bottom six.
I agree on Kocur. Wholeheartedly. But even a lot of the enforcers who change teams later in their careers seem to not want to fight as much.

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