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03-24-2013, 04:53 PM
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Originally Posted by GrandPapillon View Post
He had two very bad periods, and the minor penalties continue to be a major problem. Again, I don't think that he's doing much differently. I think that after a few years in the league, the refs are on to his "act" and don't give him the benefit of the doubt due to his reputation (which the Ric Flair dive didn't help). In other words, refs are ignoring the plays that he used to draw penalties on and watching him closer for stick infractions and subtle little things he got away with for a while

He, Tarasenko, and Sobotka make a ton of sense as a line and they can definitely be a force. If they do work well together, it would say a lot about Perron as he has moved lines a few times already this year and been able to generate offense wherever he has played.
Perron on the 3rd line makes sense to you? I hope Perron working his ass off to get back into the top 6. Hitch isn't moving him to help other lines, he's bumping him because he's not performing well all-around night in and night out.

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