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02-14-2013, 01:15 PM
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Originally Posted by No Team Needed View Post
Those teams have better depth.

New Jersey had Cam Janssen last year and made it to the Cup Finals. This year they lost Parise. Suddenly, Janssen is now on the waivers and nobody cares to pick him up. That's because they need their bottom six to step up for the lack of goals until a guy like Henrique can develop.

Shawn Thornton is a true enforcer because he can play NHL minutes and participate in defensive situations.

Leaf fans were frustrated with Colton Orr taking up an NHL spot until the Canadiens game. Now they love him for entertainment reasons. Our defence made him look like a superstar.
Not true. Leaf fans love Colton Orr. Always have.

So better teams have more depth and can afford to have an enforcer, and poorer teams can afford to because they don't have depth? Is that correct?

Bottom line is this: we don't mind being pushed around. It's that simple.

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