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12-21-2012, 04:29 PM
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Originally Posted by roboninja View Post
In some cases you are absolutely correct. In some others, you could no be more wrong. It comes down to the individual player. For example, any time TO tried to play Schenn on the other side, he looked lost. Some guys can adjust easily, some cannot. It's not the best generality, but it is absolutely true in some cases.
Originally Posted by Smif View Post
You could not be more wrong. Clearly, you've never played D before.
I couldn't be more right, and yes, that's coming from somebody who is a defenceman. When you're talking about amateur level players, most are substantially better on one side than the other.... but when you're talking about NHL-calibre talent, it really doesn't make a difference to these guys.

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