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04-22-2013, 01:57 PM
Master Lok
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Originally Posted by joestevens29 View Post
But they are suppose to be the worse 10. Hence why they aren't top 6 players or top 4 d-men.

I'd like to see how the stats are on other teams. Does anyone really expect your 4th line center to have a good Neilson number?
Agreed, I mean what are the expectations for the bottom eight players... on a lottery team? Of course they're bad, if they weren't then they would be playing in the top 9 forwards or top four dmen.

I do note however that Corey Potter is an exception, he's played pretty well for a third pairing guy and considering that his salary is the second lowest on the team (Mike Brown makes the least). Even rookies make more money than him playing in the NHL.

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