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04-23-2013, 02:32 PM
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Originally Posted by ExJbeck View Post
Perron is way to slow to play center if that is what people are suggesting.
He's actually one of the fastest players in pre-season sprints/workouts...with and without the puck. He's just so stop/starty, left/right in actual games. If he could learn to use speed/motion the way that Oshie does with the puck, he would increase his production drastically, IMO.

Edit: Also, no reason to put Perron next to Berglund, IMO...once Oshie's back I'd bet Hitch uses him to try and jumpstart Berglund (if the Backes line is still stabilized with Schwartz). I've been waiting to see Oshie with 91 all year...

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