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08-28-2012, 08:30 PM
Join Date: Aug 2012
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From a neutral perspective I disagree. I think Zubrus is a much more versatile player. He can play a scoring or checking role and is really strong at protecting the puck. Essentially he's a poor man's Daniel Sedin.
Exactly, when you can play a player on PP or PK, on a line with scorers or checkers at center or wing, it's always good to have those players.
Another example of a guy like this is Ponikarovsky, minus the center/wing versatility.
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