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03-17-2013, 08:24 PM
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Originally Posted by LyleOdelein View Post
The supporting idea of your argument is that small players break down more quickly than big players. Despite being a big lad, Turner Stevenson is a perfect example of a guy who rarely made it healthy through a full season and broke down prematurely in his career due to the wear and tear of injuries (back, groin, knee, ankle, etc.).

Things like playing style, awareness, skating ability, fitness and good luck are all more relevant to the durability discussion than size is.
Oh, okay. Excellent rebuttal. Thanks.

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