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04-20-2013, 05:29 PM
Join Date: Jun 2011
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If you watch Brassard and Wolski you can see the difference.
I watch them both and I see quite a few similarities. Both are highly skilled playmakers, but largely inconsistent players. Bad possession players, but good individual traits. Hanging onto the puck and creating space separates the good from the great.
For reference, I just searched this thread after Wolski's first 10 games as a Ranger and look at the overwhelming response he got:
There are a lot of debates in that thread the same thing that is going as in this one. One side is saying we need larger sample size, because his line of work career wise isn't impressive. While the other side is saying he's a changed player from the 7 game sample size with the Rangers.
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