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01-11-2013, 06:56 PM
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The chances of seeing a healthy David Moss over a full season are monumentally small. Although having a shortened schedule may help in that regard.

I disagree with Cord in respect to his skating abilities. He has very good top end speed, but needs to utilize it in dump and chase scenario's. He battles extremely hard in all three zones of the ice, and can play the role of a net front presence on the PP to varying degrees of success. His ability to control the puck at high speeds or in the offensive zone are definitely below average for a top nine player in the NHL, and he certainly struggles with his vision at times. His shot is one of his strengths and it will allow him to score at a respectable rate so long as he stays healthy. He plays a very simple straight forward game.

All in all (assuming 100% health), He is a good third line point producer and penalty killer that in a pinch can fill into the top six in case of injuries.

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