Thread: Chris Kreider
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02-28-2013, 12:00 PM
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Originally Posted by SupersonicMonkey View Post
Really?

Hagelin doesn't need to ride shotgun with Nash or Gaborik. Hagelin is a more persistent player and catalyst that creates on his own because of his tenacity and speed. His ability to win races to pucks and get behind defenders.

Chris Kreider is 6-3, 230 pounds. Hagelin is 5-11, 180 soaking wet.

You can't expect a huge frame like that to consistently be a pest the way Hagelin is able to do.

Hagelin found success with Gaborik and Richards, and Callahan.

Kreider playing with a big puck controlling player like Nash would open a ton of space for Kreider. Kreider relishes going to the net for tip ins and rebounds. And relishes on being open for a shot and streaking down the wing.

Nash relishes controlling the puck and bulling his way to the net.

If the combination works, Kreider could gain confidence and start producing.

Or, you could act like a ****ing child and "holy gargllleeeeezzzzzz" rather then summoning the intellect and grammatical skills to formulate a post that explains your point of view.
Nash is big and a pest.

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