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03-12-2013, 06:02 AM
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Originally Posted by Oshie97 View Post
He doesn't really get chances to pass much, he's usually screening in front or the trigger man on the play. Who cares as long as he potting goals like the OT winner Saturday.
It gives Perron a chance to be the center in the offensive zone and be a winger in the defensive zone, wheich is better suited for him. Where as Berglund seems to be more efficient as a winger in the offensive zone and center in defensive zone. Not a bad thing... Actually worked well with Schwartz too. Don't think Berglund gets enough credit. One of our key guys in my opinion. He does disappear from time to time, but I've yet to find anyone on this roster that doesn't....or that doesn't make themselves WAY TOO apparent...ha ha.

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