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11-15-2012, 11:23 AM
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Originally Posted by fst6 View Post
Yeah, AMacs decline and retirement is going to be brutal...

Anyway, Tarasenko. I think Perron is more puck skilled but I think Tarasenko will be better overall.
EXACTLY! Tarasenko will be top notch in almost all aspects of a forward's game, while Perron may be better at puckhandling and smooth skating moves. Tarasenko will likely have a much more physical game, be more effective on defence (due to his prediliction for enjoying contact and his significantly greater bulk-even if Perron knows positioning better). I theink that Tarasenko will always be more effective at shooting and goal scoring. Perron may be a better set-up man.

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