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03-25-2013, 11:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Stoneman89 View Post
It's not a matter of him not being good enough. It's all about the Oilers propensity to ruch prospects and put them and other players in spots they should never be in. Justin Schultz was thrown into a top 4 mix this year, when on most teams he would be bottom pairing, learning the pro game and getting some PP time. He's struggled immensely at times this year, and put pressure on his playing partners to cover up. I don't want Klefbom to have to endure the same.
Justin Schultz tore the hell out of the AHL and 100% for sure should be a top 2 dman, at worst top 4 on this team. Schultz played in college, Klefbom has been playing in the Swedish mens league. Justin Schultz is doing just fine this year other than the inevitable fatigue going from college to AHL to short NHL season. Hell half of Justin Schultz's minuses this year have been because of the horrendous play of his Dmate Nick Schultz.

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