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03-02-2013, 01:00 PM
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He's more than likely done in the NHL.[/QUOTE]

I disagree with that! Komi was brutal here because he played in a high tempo system that messed him up. But when Carlye brought in a defense first approach Komi was solid late last year getting top 4 minutes, and he was one of the better blueliners this year before going down with an eye injury. I still think he can be an effective bottom pairing guy for a team looking to add depth and grit for a playoff run, will he ever be the Komi he was pre 2007? No, but I think he can reedeem himself though under a new team.

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