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11-11-2012, 05:52 PM
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I'm going to say #4-#5 D-man. He's looked really good with Hamilton, strong defensively, making good reads, and of course he's been good offensively.

However, it's been like 10 games and he's only been solid in about 5 of them. So I'm not sold on him yet. I've never really been a fan, so I'd like to see more consistency in his game and a stronger defensive game before saying that he's going to be any better than a #4 or #5. He's a fantastic skater who has a ton of offensive ability, but he doesn't have the gamebreaking talent that I like to see in someone who's as inconsistent and as poor defensively as Beaulieu is.

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