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09-24-2012, 05:25 PM
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chris39bong
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Originally Posted by 210 View Post
You should love how Viedensky ended last season, but you should be loving what you saw on the other end of the ice. As the season went on he became one of (if not THE) best penalty killer on the team, and despite being a minus in the last couple months of the season he was a lot more solid on defense after the new year.
210: That's good to hear. I was high on him coming out of juniors. Hope he continues to improve in the A this year. He looks to have a high end 3rd line center ceiling at the NHL level if he can regain his confidence on offense.

Craig Fischer: I liked the piece. It's not overly in-depth, but still provides a fair amount of accurate insight to the casual reader. As Nem mentioned, it's hard to expect a whole lot more without a full-time Sharks writer. Keep up the good work! I think you were spot on about the Sharks having a horrible prospect pool on paper but still getting NHL talent from out of nowhere (mid- to late- round picks).

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