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01-01-2013, 03:28 AM
Join Date: Jan 2012
Grigorenko, Armia, McCabe. The future's looking bright for the Sabres. Armia, as many have said, has some consistancy issues, and taking that offensive zone penalty against Sweden just makes the similary with a certain Austrian seem even more legit. But the kid has skill. He'll work it out.
I'm even more impressed with McCabe and Grigorenko. Especially Grigorenko. In the Russian games I've watched (didn't see the one against Canada) he's looked dominant. There's a maturity to his game that I like alot. Filip Forsberg of Team Sweden was drafted one spot ahead of Grigorenko and, well, Grigorenko is so much better. Things can change quickly of course, but right now Capitals look a bit silly for picking Forsberg over Grigorenko.
McCabe looks solid. That can take him a long way. There's a safe feeling about him, like nothing bad is gonna happen on his watch.
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