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12-05-2012, 09:23 AM
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Originally Posted by spits2timechamps View Post
Izzys that looks like its exactly what he is saying
Well if better production means being able to play in all situations then yes I am saying that. I just think for a team that is borderline in the playoffs out of the playoffs they need more production from their OAs. If you look at the good teams for the Spits they had strong OAs

07/08
Reid
Bragg
Snetsinger

08/09
Shutron
Engelage
Kwiet

09/10
Young
Mitchell
Timmins

10/11
Carrick
Brown
Johnston

11/12
Holden
Cullen
MacQueen

Out of the OA D Windsor has had I would rank Young, Kwiet, Shutron, Reid all ahead of Posa and a couple of them were never known for their offensive acumen in Windsor. This group of OA's isn't much better than last years if at all.

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