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12-14-2012, 11:28 AM
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Originally Posted by Replacement View Post
One things that star players should be able to do is elevate the play of normal players. Its actually something thats good for a young player to get a grasp on and especially on a club like the Oil where we get lots of men down and lineup reconfiguration.
That's a fine thing to say but here's what's going to happen: everytime Eberle and Hall touch the puck two defenders are going to converge on them leaving Arcobello, Hamilton, Lander, and Paajarvi a few seconds of opportunity to produce a scoring chance after Eberle or Hall are forced to dish the puck.
Spoiler alert: they will squander that opportunity.

Even Gretzky needed a Kurri on his line to produce.

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