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12-01-2012, 12:50 AM
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: St. Louis, MO
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L-O-G-I-C...... Do i need to explain it slower for some? Your statement speaks for itself..
Because a player's growth is always linear, right?
Yea you're right. I'm using no logic whatsoever. A player that begins his career with an excellent season and following that up with a successive excellent season in which he tremendously improved his defense has the same value as a player that has one 40 game stretch of good play. No, players don't have linear growths, but I think most hockey experts would agree with me saying that Shattenkirk is the better player now, and will very likely be so in the future. Not to mention the fact that Shattenkirk had to carry Barrett "i can't make a simple outlet pass to save my life" Jackman. Don't tell me my argument isn't logical.
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