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08-30-2012, 03:09 PM
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Originally Posted by rt View Post
Tonight on the main forum I learned that Keith Yandle is actually a terrible defenseman and he apparently only plays "sheltered" minutes. It appears thirty seven point two of all minutes in a hockey game are sheltered. Yeah, it would seem that playing in the NHL is actually remarkably easy and basically anyone can do it. Who knew? Thanks main board! If anybody needs me, I will be training to take Yandle's job. I mean, I won't be training very hard, or anything. Why bother? Couple of push ups, a few raw eggs in a glass and a nice long nap. I'll be in the top ten in Norris voting in consecutive years in no time.
Yes, exactly, and because of his poor Corsi score, we apparently couldn't get anything better than a second rounder for Yandle.

So we're best off just keeping him and continuing to shelter him so that he can continue vying for the Norris every year.

Glad that posters in the main forum solved our dilemma.

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