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05-05-2013, 11:17 PM
Et le But
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Originally Posted by bud12 View Post
Et le but who think Reaves can play but Bordeleau can't I've followed both of them since there ahl days and they are similar. If I have to pick 1, I take Bordeleau over Reaves because Reaves have the tendency to be a spot picker
I don't care what they did in the AHL, but in the NHL, Reaves has actually been thriving in defensive zone starts and uses his rough play to actually win back pucks, where Bordeleau looks like a standard goon who skips shifts and plays an entirely sheltered role.

Originally Posted by SouthernHab View Post
Matt Kassian and Paul Maclean disagree with you.

And as of now, they appear to be right.
I didn't even notice Kassian except for a fight initiated by the Habs. Apparently he got a shot on goal though, so maybe he was more productive than Desharnais. I honestly can't tell what his purpose is considering the Sens have plenty of guys who can win their own fights. Seriously, for all the reasons the Habs got humiliated, you point to Matt Kassian?

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