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11-14-2012, 02:22 AM
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Oh no doubt. But I don't think its very realistic to expect him to be overly strong. He's never going to be someone that can push people around. If he can be an elite skater and puckmover, he can certainly make up for his lack of size imo
Having a low center of gravity can have its advantages when playing against taller/lankier players. But if he's getting out muscled by guys with average (by NHL standards) strength, then IMO he won't make it. If he can handle all but the strongest and biggest guys, then that's fine as his skill will offset that.
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