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11-17-2012, 04:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Osminator View Post
I was suggesting more along the lines that playing with the Spermwhales does his devolpment more harm than good, and that NYR mgmt would allow him to seek employment somewhere else.

Watch one game and see how many passes he gets behind, in front of him, or in his skates... Let alone the other spermwhales that can't keep up with his hockey IQ. I feel a little sorry for him.

I had great hope he'd mesh with Kolarik, but he's only been a shadow of himself after the injury... Instead he's having to play with 3'5" 110lbs Kelsey Tessier losing every important d-zone faceoff...
Sounds like a lot of excuses here. I don't think a coach like Torts would want to hear any of these excuses. Great players play great on any line or any team. It really is up to Kreider. There is no question he has the great wheels, great size and etc to be a really good/great Professional Hockey Player. It took Kreider a few years in college to start dominating so it may take a few years in Pro hockey also.

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