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02-12-2013, 11:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Bardof425 View Post
compare three years to three years and it's pretty much a wash. Compare career to career on a ppg basis and it's not so close. My main point (and it seems Torts as well) is that Halpern is a better defensive player than Boyle. The fact that he has shown some offense in his time in the NHL is a bonus.

Halpern has looked good, and I like him, but you realize Halpern is on his way down while Boyle is entering his prime right? I would hope Halpern has a higher ppg average at this point in their careers.

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