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04-01-2013, 04:31 PM
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Originally Posted by LoveHateLeafs View Post
For what it's worth, after looking at the game-by-game, 27% of Lehkonen's points were "co-scored" with Salminen.
Thatís less than I thought, I was slightly in the wrong with my comment. Letís put it a bit differently and say that KalPaís environment and style of play suited Lehkonen well, it mightíve been a bit harder for him elsewhere. And thatís not to take anything away from Lehkonen, he deserved every bit of success he got.

Originally Posted by LoveHateLeafs View Post
One final question, would you consider Nazem Kadri a good comparable for Teravainen(in terms of style)?
I must admit that I donít follow the Leafs that much, but from what I can tell Kadri is a fairly good comparison for Teršvšinen. There are similarities in the way the skate, move, and handle the puck. Both are creative guys, have good vision, and love having the puck on their blade. It isnít always easy for defensemen to get a read of what they do next. Kadri wasnít and probably still isnít the strongest guy on the ice, so that fits the comparison as well.

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