Thread: Switzerland: National team discussion
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04-18-2013, 11:43 AM
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Originally Posted by duga View Post
Off course, when we take the POs into consideration: If Plüss will be there... there's no spot for Cunti. But I pray to whoever I have to, that Simpson finally sees that Ambühl was a product of Brunner, when he played 1st Line... how many games he played C this year with the Lions? ...definitely not more than a couple...but we had this topic before

I just think, this WCC should be the test-tournament for the Olympics... and I want the best talent on the team in Sotchii to medal (or lose in prelimary round), but not this typical swiss between (for a solid 7th or 8th finish). evenmoreso when there's nobody get relegated at the OG. it's the time for risky moves!

How dare you, comparing Bieber to Cunti one is a worker, the other is an artist with soft hands, and with very good situational play-making.

You're probably right about Sprunger.... I just like him very much as a character and player and always thought from all slow, soft and skilled players, he's the guy with the biggest talent (hands, shot, passing) and definitely the best reach... and I still think with a very talented C and a hard working, strong skating partner on the wing (or the other way round), he still could have an impact...especially in PP-Situations and against lesser opponents in must win games.
Sprunger is a this best, when he has linemates that are able to take on two opponents to make him some space. In this case, he can be extremely frightening if he gets an open spot near the slot. but keeping him away from the opposing players will be difficult and will most likely cause more troubles than it will bring benefits, at least on international level.
If he'd gain 30lbs and if he starts to actually play his body, this would be a different story...

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