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02-06-2013, 06:28 AM
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Tobias
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Originally Posted by VikingNuck View Post
Tobias, I meant reasonable towards us.. Not reasonable about how we view hockey. Ofcourse you will think you are the reasonable one, when you dont agree.

But guys, there is no reason to be smug and sarcastic about it. I think you two guys are taking it a bit too far..

As I said I will happily eat crow if Regin continues what he did yesterday No problem at all.

Second I think you are purposely ignoring what I am saying, the only player were I and others are on the fence in regards to his NHL future is Regin.

Ellers is a concern because of the situation he is in, and not what he is capable of!

you failed to answer to anything but the part about, my asking you to be reasonable..

And I don't consider your subjectivity and attitude to be reasonable.

No harm ment, but I am sensing a negative attitude from you and not just a different opinion.

Also you guys keep saying that 10 games aint enough, yet you seem to use his one succes game yesterday as benchmark for your argument.

Lastly, as I have already stated, we are not out to be reasonable, we are trying to take the temp after each round, and thus much of the time their performance will be judged on what they have done so far, and not what they can still do!
First let me be clear that coming out with a negative attitude certainly wasn't my intention. I was simply just trying to present some game facts.

I don't really see what there is to answer? I'm just saying that I think 10 games is too little time to talk about trades or change of league. That's all.

Using the game yesterday was sarcasm. But it still proves that he still has it, plus I think he's played more than 1 good game this season.

Actually I'm just trying to bring some positivity around the Danish players, by looking at the bigger picture

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