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04-07-2013, 02:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Andy View Post
Drewiske plays a type of game that is hard to appreciate or be impressed by. He's very quiet back there, but solid. He won't rush the puck, he won't make a big hit, but he knows where to be on the ice and can break up plays with an active stick and some good calm board work.

He plays an extremely simple game.
The Habs made good use of Hal Gill, who didn't make big hits or bring the puck up ice. Gill used his wingspread on the penalty kill but Drewiske is more mobile.

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