Would the Habs benefit from a Heavyweight enforcer? Part 3
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03-29-2013, 06:01 PM
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You know that they'll come and deny or downplay that or better, they'll ignore it. Ridiculous really...
I'm not going to downplay or deny it. I love me some Prust and he's a great fit as a on ice policeman for Galchenyuk. Quite sure that Galchenyuk does feel more secure in the scrums when Prust is on the ice with him.
And that's the point. Prust is good enough to be on the ice with him.
Now, if you want to go onto use that as an argument to get someone like Bordelau who isn't good enough to ever be on the ice with any of our skill players, that's a whole other thing.
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