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12-13-2012, 05:12 PM
Mr Kanadensisk
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Originally Posted by Hanji View Post
With our numerical advantage a I expect us to have superior depth. But why haven't we produced a high-end elite forward since the late 1960 early 70 generation? It's coming up on 20 years now. This can't be explained as a normal ebb and flow cycle. It's an obvious issue of development, or lack thereof. Our greatest potential superstar forward on the horizon is Galchenyuk and he's not even American trained.
Whether it is a dip in the cycle or development related or both there is really no way to prove it so we'll have to agree to disagree. Even if what you are saying is true is it necessarily a problem? Lots of countries have the flashy forwards yet can't come close to the success the US has had at the elite men's level. If you had to choose would you rather have a deep, well balanced team that does well at best on best tournaments or one with big names that usually doesn't go far?

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