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12-15-2012, 10:42 AM
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Originally Posted by Bleach Clean View Post
In a general sense, I thought it would be common knowledge that rookies seldom if ever come out of the can being NHL average defensively, but hey, forget NHL history. Let's follow a subjective narrative because someone has watched these player since they came into the league, like that is somehow unique in anyway? Wondeful.
Rookies seldom come to the NHL at 19 having already dominated in the SEL. The twins are unique players... Kadri is not.

Maybe the problem is we have different definitions of being average defensively? I'm definitely not arguing that they were selke candidates.

I made the comment about watching them their whole careers in response to you saying I should ask another fan base about them... lets not pretend I was throwing that around like it was something special.

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