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01-12-2013, 08:49 PM
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Rundblad has still been able to contribute offensively. He had 23 points in 32 games to lead defensemen in scoring for Portland, Maine. But he’s been more responsible in his own end, and that’s what excites Coyotes management.

Most of the changes Rundblad has made are in regards to his positioning and how to fill gaps depending on where the puck is. That’s boosted his confidence and made it easier for him and his defensive partner to work together.

“If I want to play up here, I had to be better at it,” he said. “I had no choice. I’ve always been an offensive guy and always been good with the puck. Since I came here (from Sweden), it’s been a little bit of change with the smaller ice surface. It’s been taking awhile, but it feels like I’m getting there and I feel more comfortable on the ice right now.”

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