Subban's play since coming back
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03-09-2013, 02:23 AM
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He was more defensive throughout most of his career.
Not going to hijack this thread arguing like two macho guys trying to prove who is right.
You just don't like or appreciate Subban as much as I do...no problem. When the 2013 playoffs will be here...you can bring your Robinson posters to the bars and show your friends who you think is the best dman in the history of the Habs is, also...bring a Chelios poster and inform everyone about his 60 pt seasons.
Meanwhile...I'll appreciate Subban since we're nothing without him.
You can continue going on about Chelios and Robinson to prove you're right since smoke will probably come out of your ears if someone tries to prove you wrong, so that would be a waste of time.
You are so ridculously wrong that it isn't even worth debating. You clearly know absolutely nothing about any d-man who isn't currently on the habs.
Subban hasn't even cracked 40 points in a season yet and isn't even leading his teams d-men in ice time and you think he is better than Robinson, Savard, Harvey, Chelios, Desjardins, Markov, Lapointe etc. He has been a healthy scratch in both of his first two seasons but he is the best d-man ever to play for the most successful NHL franchise in history........?
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