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11-17-2012, 01:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Flying High View Post
They're both offensively dynamic defence with average to solid d-zone skills...
I think Rielly is player who is much more nifty with the puck and can make moves in tight and likes doing so.

Pulock plays alot more simply and I disagree he is average to solid in the d-zone. I think he is excellent defensively; great gap control and always pressuring the opponents.

I disagree with reports saying Pulock is dynamic offensively, I think he is just an elite thinker, and that allows him to make smart choices in every zone he is in. However, he isn't dynamic like Rielly is.

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