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11-24-2012, 04:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Rexor View Post
Why? Last year it was Perron's 0.74 v. Voráček's 0.63. Not a big difference, it would account for mere 9 extra points after 82 games.

I believe Voráček is able to become a PPG player with Giroux as his centre.
I'd take Voracek, but 9 points is a pretty good distaance apart

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