Thread: Player Discussion: Taylor Pyatt
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05-09-2013, 04:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Bleed Ranger Blue View Post
Im curious to see what would make you think this. Does he win by default because the rest of the bottom 6 was a revolving door?
I might want to edit effective to something like consistent at executing his bottom 6 roles. He's like toast on a plate of breakfast. Not the flashiest and doesn't do any PK or PP or get crunch time ice time but with the 10 minutes that he gets, he does all the things that a role guy does minus the physicality you expect out of a guy with his size 6 goals is like... ~40% of all the goals that our bottom 6 guys (13 different guys) scored all season + he's never really at the crux of defensive breakdowns, penalties or errant plays/giveaways. Toast on a plate. It's not bacon or sausage but it's a big part of a balanced breakfast. With all 48 games played too, he's been one of the only guys that stayed in the lineup and did his job through the most of it.

I'm working under the assumption that potential top 6 forwards are not bottom 6 guys e.g. Hagelin, Zucc etc.

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