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02-09-2013, 03:09 PM
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Subban has the tools to reach those heights this year. I can't see him
at that level right now. I'm also one of those people that think Markov is
still missing some of his timing and or reactions. Both these guys could be
better in 10 or 15 games.

And if that happens then they may be the best tandem. It does't matter
how much they play together, as long as the option exists.

There is no obvious number one pairing this year. In the past there was:
Pronger/Niedermeyer, Lidstrom/Rafalski, Weber/Suter, and such. I can't see
anything on that scale this year.

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