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12-13' Prospects Thread Version XIII: The name is Cameranesi. Tony Cameranesi.
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11-30-2012, 01:43 PM
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Guelph, Ontario
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My mistake, a little hard to pick up on when I can't hear any vocal tone. They are very different players, and the only thing that separates them in my mind is that only months ago every team had Murray ahead of Rielly in their draft order's; if not all. If I saw both play without any previous input on either, I think it would be close.
I think the best way to describe the to is how I feel when they're on the ice...at least when both played for Canada.
Feel excitement when Rielly is on the ice and feel relaxation when Murray is on the ice. That says nothing negative about both players (I hope you don't read it as a negative thought)
Rielly is dynamic so a lot of what he does keeps you on the edge of your seat, especially when he rushes the puck. And his creativity jumps out at you and amazes you.
Murray is reliable. Makes you feel like the opponents offensive weapons aren't going to be effective on the shift he's out there. Yes he makes mistakes, but when he is on the ice, their is an organized structure in the defense where you have a mobile defence that rarely gets beat one on one and is able to close off and contain any offensive threats. Both are great in their own way. Just different.
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