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04-23-2013, 12:31 PM
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Originally Posted by RayzorIsDull View Post
I think Plymouth has better forwards, London might have the talent but some guys aren't performing.

Broadhurst 1g in his last 8 games
Griffith 2g in 11 playoff games
Rupert before injury 1 goal in 7 games
Anderson 1 goal in 11 games
Welychka 1 goal in 6 games

Right there if Rupert is healthy almost half of London's forwards. Not to mention that London doesn't get a lot of offense from the blueline which can put more stress on the fact the forwards aren't producing. Harrington terrific defensive dman but has some of the worst instincts ever on the offensive end. Points doesn't mean talent? But if you're not getting points the team isn't scoring goals either especially with the defense not producing much.
So then you would argue Kunitz is one of the best players in the NHL?

Admittedly our forwards aren't producing quite as well as I would hope in the playoffs, but I was mainly talking about overall, reg season and playoffs.

Griffith was injured and is still very shaky after that injury.
Anderson could use a couple goals, but he's rocking it physically and defensively.
Welychka has barely played and his minutes are very low.

Why are you looking at just goals and not points anyways? :p

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