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11-15-2012, 07:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Atomos2 View Post
I'd say this is probably be true, but it has to be noted that Hamilton will be playing on a really good team in the NHL too, so the fact that he can stand out on a really good team and produce points bodes well for him in the NHL. I think Rielly is more of a game breaker, but that doesn't mean he's the better player (atleast not right now). The better player is the one that is most valuable to a "successful" team and if Hamilton manages to be a/the top player on an elite team, game breaking ability wouldn't be that much of a factor.

That's why I voted for Hamilton even though I like Rielly more. Right now, I'd say he's the better of the two, but that could change in a few years.
I never said Hamilton's points were bad or worthless, but a player who can put up those same kind of points and be a game-breaker is always the better player/worth more.

Game-breaking ability is very rare.

I also find it funny that you think Hamilton will be on Boston and Boston will be great for Hamilton's entire career.

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