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03-27-2013, 06:25 PM
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I'll say this about Perron, he is a good enough fit when he is producing. It's not that he is a horrible fit, he is just one of the most inconsistent players in the league. He gets his points in short bunches, and then goes on streaks of nothingness. The only exception was last season.

I personally don't think he will be anything more than a 50-60 point player, especially with us. I think he will always be closer to 50 points with us.

When people say Stewart is streaky I always laugh because of how streaky Perron is. When will his skill and potential become consistent?

This season in particular he had the Dallas game, but besides that and maybe a couple others, the entire Perron-Backes-Oshie line didn't do much offensively. He had those few games with Berglund and Stewart, but that ended as well. That might be because Stewart went to the top line, but Perron couldn't sustain that success with Berglund, and that's on both of them.

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