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04-23-2013, 07:50 PM
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Originally Posted by PocketNines View Post
Maybe Hitch demoted Perron because he knows of all the forwards he could demote, Perron is the one who would actually respond.

Found it pretty funny McLeod went for a revenge hit and Backes was so solid McLeod just bounced off and wobbled.
That thought occurred to me too. Demoting Perron seems to have produced results in several Blues that were struggling. Stewart scored. I noticed Berglund. McDonald still is ineffective, but I think he is just out of gas for his career. Perron doesn't seem like the type to slump his shoulders too much. He seems to actually get fueled by some adversity.

Perron also played just under 6 and a half minutes that period, so he is still seeing the ice.

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