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07-10-2012, 02:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Edge View Post
Why does every debate about a player have to break into two camps - the ones that overrate and the ones that underrated.

Beukeboom was a slightly above average defenseman who clicked very well with Brian Leetch.

While there is no doubt that Beukeboom greatly benefited from playing with Leetch, it's also no coincidence that Leetch played some of his best hockey with Beukeboom.

Beukeboom was an intimidating precense who didn't have the best hockey sense, but he was certainly more than capable of hitting a moving target.

That's a pretty straight forward look at the situation, minus excessive drama.
Your assumption is that you have found truth in the middle, but it is just your opinion. I have my opinion. Some here disagree.

The middle is not always by definition accurate. These are all just opinions.

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