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05-07-2006, 06:51 PM
Join Date: Dec 2005
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The team pretty much kept one of the best Offensive team in check for 5 games. They werent extraordinary but certainly not atrocious.
Markov, who's supposed to be our offensive catalyst, managed only one point among a plethora of defensive miscues and botched PP setups. Rivet's always been distinctly average in my books but his stock is/was a little too high on these boards... hell, I even remember reading a few months ago
"it took him a few years to develop an offensive threat to his game but it's finally here"
. What I'm getting at is that Markov looked about as lifeless as roadkill all series long (and I'm talking about really lifeless roadkill) while Rivet came back down to earth after a season of pity points gained from flinging **** at the net.
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