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08-18-2006, 01:00 PM
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Just to clarify, the lady said that it was the first time that Ribeiro had taken power skating lessons from her. It never mentioned that it was the first time Ribs had ever taken them.

Also, he was originally scheduled to take 4 lessons but has since decided to schedule 2 - 4 more because he was seeing positive results. She also said that he was very serious about wanting to improve his first step and overall skating.

Contrary to most people here, I am a Ribeiro fan and I like his game. Of course, there's quite a few times that I've been frustrated about his play but no one can deny that he is a great stick handler and can be a really good playmaker. If he does improve his skating, I believe he has the talent to become an elite first line playmaking center in the NHL.

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