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03-25-2013, 04:28 PM
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I've posted this already just above, but I've decided that Kane doesn't
a setup man in C... as he tends to carry and create the plays on his own.
What he needs is what Ladd does for Wheeler. A tough-nosed winger guy to fight his way in front of the net for either screens and rebounds, and at least be fast enough to somewhat keep up with the play of Kane.
I really don't think Kane
anyone. I think he's fine as a solo act. His playmaking skills have gotten better, but I think when it comes to scorers teams spend way too many resources trying to find the "perfect C" for their sniper (look at Toronto) when I think the two-man combo works better.
Find a C and a RW who have chemistry with one another and can play on Kane's skill level. Just let Kane be that other guy. They don't need chemistry with Kane they just need to be good hockey players who have chemistry with one another. Kane will hold his end of the bargain.
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