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01-22-2013, 03:11 PM
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Originally Posted by MVW View Post
The only reason I say that is because Brodie was rarely caught out of position in his own zone last night, you can tell he was more sharp than the others. He broke up several plays with his skating ability and solid positioning. Also, his passes out of our own zone were by far the best IMO. They were the most crisp and closest to tape to tape of anyone else on our backend. He was also generating offence and eluded many defenders, I'd be shocked if he was benched another game if he can keep that up.
Agreed. Honestly, if Brodie was a little physically stronger (both for defensive purposes and a harder shot) he'd be a top 4 lock right now, and a potential top pairing guy.

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