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02-18-2013, 01:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Estimated_Prophet View Post
Galchenyuk is easily one of the weakest links on the team right now. He loses more battles than he wins and is being treated with kid gloves by being sheltered from the oppositions top players. He just turned 19 and this is to be expected but you really need to be far more objective before posting some of these observations.

Desharnais has been far better in the last few games than Galchenyuk has at any point this season. I am not bashing Galchenyuk at all but just trying to be unbiased and objective. Alex will improve as he gains confidence but needs to be brought along very slowly. IMO Therrien is doing a fine job with him and is handling DD very well also.

At some point you have to ask yourself why it is that you never understand why coaches make certain decisions...........
One more vote for this position. Chucky is clearly just learning what
he can do at this level. So slowly and carefully is the right way to go.
Sheltered minutes, little responsibility, and PP time as a reward when
he is working hard.
B.Gally looks a lot more prepared to play Nhl hockey to me. But he
had those good exhibition games last year. Then a extra year of junior,
and half a season of Bulldogs. Also playing on a bad dogs team, at least
let him prepare for adversity.

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