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01-05-2013, 10:41 AM
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Originally Posted by PayItForward View Post
No he didn't.

EDIT: Sorry, thought you meant in the playoffs.

And I've seen it argued on the Trade board that Krejci was the #1 center for that run when arguing about his trade value.
A lot of people will, and they might not be wrong either.

Krejci scored 23 in 25 games while Bergeron scored 20 in 23. There's really not much of a difference, Krejci scored 3 more in 2 more games, but Bergeron was a major part of shutting down the opposition's first line every single night, which more than makes up for that 4% difference in PPG average, if you ask me. Both were terrific in scoring in the 2011 playoffs, and we wouldn't have won without either of them.

That's just my opinion and it's pretty annoying when people say it's "wrong" without any further argument. If you think it's wrong, please tell me why. (Not directing that at you)

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