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01-17-2013, 04:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Sir Psycho T View Post
But for a guy like Keith who plays more minutes then just about anyone else and who relies on his skating as his best asset, it can be a problem. I don't think Seabrook will have an problems at that age because his game isn't reliant on his athletic ability, where as Keiths is.
At 35, Lidstrom was playing 28 minutes a game which is more than Keith plays now at age 28. I'm not saying Keith = Lidstrom, but you can still be a big minute defenseman in your mid-30's if you stay in shape. Plus it assumes that Keith won't change his game as he gets older like most players do. Hell Dan Boyle just put up 3 50 point seasons in a row at age 33-34-35 playing over 25 mins a night. Brian Campbell just had one of the best seasons of his career at age 32, Keith hasn't even turned 29 yet!

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