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03-06-2013, 02:45 PM
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Originally Posted by redwhiteandblue View Post
“I believe if David Legwand was drafted to another organization that had established, good goal scorers around him, then maybe he would have turned out (as a more offensive player) — maybe,” former Predators captain Tom Fitzgerald said. “You always thought he had it in him. He did it at the junior ranks.

After reading an article from OTF, something I have often questioned became more clear. Is it that your team does not have the "offensive talent" you seem to want (top six forward with skill) or have you had them, but because of the "Preds Way" they get stifled?
Just an observation, that after reading the article.
Legwand has always had it in him. He just doesn't have the fire to be the best player he can. He has always been satisfied with slow, calculated game. For example Legwand, to me, has lost a step but back earlier in his career if he had a step on a D-man instead of driving the net he almost always pulls up inside the blue line. He just doesn't have that want to be the best player he can be.

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