Mike Ribeiro is taking Powerskating lessons
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08-18-2006, 09:19 AM
Join Date: Aug 2005
This thread is doing nothing but preaching to the choir of people who already think Ribeiro is a decent hockey player. This choir seems very willing to ignore the fact that he has been taking powerskating lessons since 1999, ignore the fact that he has only had one season with mediocre point production, his abismal 2006 playoffs are already forgotten and all of a sudden he gets the benefit of the doubt again.
The guy really does get a carte blanche in Montreal. Why do people look for every excuse to give hometown players the benefit of the doubt?
Why do people think that the powerskating lessons this summer will make a bigger difference compared to the ones in 2001?
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