Will people lighten up on Kulemin now?
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03-20-2013, 11:20 PM
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I am happy reading this, starting to see the light post. Kule was never the problem, the problem was his centre. When he gets chances he buries them. Ie. 2 goals 2 nights. No Grabo.
Grabovski doesn't have the vision of Kadri. That's why Kulemin, who knows how to pot goals, is benefiting. On the other hand, Grabovski who can play an aggressive high tempo game and likes to shoot. You need to put him on the same line as Kessel and allow both to shine.
Randy was always known to be quite stubborn. Nonis, in fact, didn't want to sign the guy. He is a highly experienced coach, but we can do better. We need a line up where ALL lines are functioning. JVR and Kessel are NOT producing at the same manner as Kadri, Kulemin and Lupul.
I understand that Bozak is solid, but he is not creating space and attacking in the opposition zone. You can't have two peripheral players. It's as if all centremen have to be more "withdrawn" Gretzsky-esque playmakers. That's not how Eric Staal plays his game. Watch his tribute videos where his top plays are those of a playmaker. Sundin isn't that different either and he would've flourished with someone like Kessel on his wing.
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