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12-20-2012, 01:30 PM
Join Date: Nov 2006
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Good to hear him play well in his first game, hopefully he keeps up with the intensity.
From what I hear from the Finnish fans here that watch him a lot, he can absolutely dominate games when he wants to, which it sounds like he did today, lots of praise for Armia.
The trick is to make him want it. His coach in Ässät, Karri Kivi, is looking really, really bad now, the whole team seems to be completely out of his control. Many Ässät fans are actually excited to get Joel out of here, under a proper coaching staff. He goes to the U-20 team, and look at that, he looks dominant.
I seriously hope he goes to Rochester after this season, and gets some good coaching. He has all the tools to be a really, really fine player, he just needs someone to screw his head straight every now and then
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