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11-15-2012, 06:34 PM
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Rielly and Murray are very different players. Rielly is clearly more dynamic, talented and aggressive offensively, but he can also get manhandled physically, and isn't great in his own end. Murray seems stronger in physical battles, and is much better defensively, almost never caught out of position, but he's more solid than great with the puck. Hard to say who has more upside, but I feel confident saying that Rielly will remain better offensively, while Murray will remain better defensively.
Murray plays like Suter, Rielly plays like Letang
(minus the hitting).
This is actually the exact comparison I came in this thread to make.
I think I like Rielly's upside a little more, but Murray is a safer bet to be effective at the NHL level.
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