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02-08-2013, 07:00 PM
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One thing I've noticed is that Karlsson shouldn't be the one to drive the of fence. I think he's most effective as a complementary offensive player. If you look at last year look at how many of his name points came off the breakout or when spezza is driving the play. This year its like his forwards expect him to score as well as carry it in to the offensive zone. While he's still so good at it, you can see his limitations. As a poster said how many times can he walk in the zone and just take a shot from a bad angle. My point is he's a transition machine. Not an offensive machine. He needs his teammates to get hungrier in the offensive zone.

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