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05-12-2006, 02:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Ryan Walter
Perezhogin seems lost on the ice. Yes, he has good acceleration but he doesn't know how to position himself in order to take avantage of his speed at the moment. And that's something you can't teach, it's instinct and hockey sense.
Nonetheless, he's a keeper, we'll wait and see.
Actually, its the total opposite and teams like the New Jersey Devils are the proof of that. You cant teach talent, but you can teach the rest. Perezhogin is the 2nd most talented player on the team right now.

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