Chevy willing to listen to offers on Hainsey, Burmistrov now being shoppped #105
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04-03-2013, 11:52 AM
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Heidelberg, GER
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You cannot, he's an enigma. He starts every year strong as hell. Then he goes back to his old habits (holding onto the puck too long, not doing anything with the puck after crossing the blue line, facing the boards with the puck, too many dipsy doodles, not driving to the middle, not shooting, etc..) and flounders the rest of the year.
I don't think he has the smarts to be a #1c. A good defenisively aware puck distributing #2 yes.
His ultimate potential? Datsyuk.
So do we. That's the problem.
Best possible outcome: Datsyuk (-like)
Worst possible outcome: Decent two-way center who can play bright at some days with average FO stats but good PK stats.
A change of scenery could be great for him, maybe not. Maybe it will make it even worse. Maybe more patience from us is the best, maybe nothing will change. We're just a bit clueless right now.
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