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03-12-2013, 08:20 AM
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Originally Posted by TheProspector View Post
There is nothing wrong with Kolya's play.

He has the second highest Quality of Competition in the league after Pavel Datsyuk, and just barely so. The year he scored 30 goals, it was more like 171th.

His change in production has everything to do with a change in role & responsibility.
He is tied with Phil Kessel for even strength points.

They both have 13 even strength points.

Kessel has 10 PP points, and gets almost 3 minutes more of PP time than Kulemin per game.

It would be nice to see Kulemin getting more and better shots, but that isn't the game he has been asked to play.


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