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02-25-2013, 05:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Marotte Marauder View Post
It is a reflection of his productivity compared to his linemates. His contribution has been net negative while Sharp and Kane are net positive. ES only.

So unless you think Bolland is so unlucky to be the linemate always stepping onto the ice as the opponent scores or stepping off as the Hawks score, it is a reflection of his play.
Explain how he has such a crappy +/- compared to Kane and Sharp when he plays every minute at even strength with them? Kane and Sharp go off the ice when the puck goes to the defensive zone, and Bolland goes off when the puck goes to the offensive zone, that's the ONLY possible explanation for it.

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