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01-22-2013, 09:57 AM
Join Date: Sep 2007
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Potential superstar forwards are always more of a need than a potential #4 D-man.
I'm sorry, but I find it funny when people use one players absolute top-end potential that has a small percentage of coming true and another players lower-end projection.
Superstar forward? He has played (2) games.
#4 d-man? He is in his first season in the AHL and he dislocated his kneecap and missed multiple months. He is playing top-4, sometimes top-pairing minutes in the AHL as a rookie.
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