Thread: Salary Cap: Stalberg vs Bickell
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05-06-2013, 01:30 PM
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Originally Posted by zac View Post
I love how you cite sample size as a poor argumentative until your backed in a corner. LMAO.
You're right, so lets expand that. Pirri's not looked good in any of his 7 games in the NHL, and LeBlanc looked good in all but 1 period, coming straight out of college.

I never said it wasn't a small sample size, but when you're the leading scorer in the AHL and have been playing Pro for the past 3 years, you should stand out more than a kid who's played 1 NHL game and was coming straight out of college.

Pirri showed next to nothing in his game. He was bad. He looked lazy and he wasn't making plays. On top of that, he was playing with Smith and Morin, guys he had played with in Rockford, while LeBlanc was playing with Carcillo and J.Hayes, and LeBlanc still looked better.

Like I said, if Pirri wins the spot he wins the spot, but LeBlanc looked better, is older, stronger and better defensively. I'm putting money on him making the team over Pirri at this point.

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