Raphael Diaz - the forgotten dman
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01-10-2013, 11:11 AM
Join Date: Jul 2008
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I agree. He sees the ice as well as anyone out there. Not the most robust of defensemen though. But if he learns to adjust to that he could become a solid lower pairing D-man and a PP specialist. Like a Streit-lite.
Agreed with bells on. He's not very robust, tough, or hard to play against, so he won't be able to manage or earn top-4 minutes in this league. But he makes very good decisions with the puck and he can contribute on the PP with his vision and passing skills. With limited minutes on the 3rd pairing he'll be a good fit.
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