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11-08-2012, 06:23 PM
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Originally Posted by FlyingKostitsyn View Post
Well Robinson was probably had a million time more puck skills than Tinordi. In fact thats probably his greatest flaw, its a bit late for him to develop that aspect of the game and its very unlikely he'll ever get shifts on the PP (what you'd expect from top defensemen).

To succeed he must focus on those aspects you mentionned. Be a stabilizing and intimidating presence on the ice.
Tinordi in no way needs to become a PP contributor to succeed in my books. His upside is his ability to defend.

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