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12-02-2012, 04:19 PM
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Originally Posted by bluesfan94 View Post
I never changed the question. Playing as an 18 year old in a league of men is impressive. I don't see why that credit can only be given to Landeskog when Tarasenko did it, too
I like it when people argue just to argue.

The list of players who played in men's league at 18 is very long and has such proven players like Johan Motin and Denis Yezhov in it. What does it has to do with being "proven"?

Landeskog is obviously more NHL proven. And not "a bit" more. Since NHL is the highest level in todays hockey, he's probably also more proven player in world of hockey. That's simple really.

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