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05-23-2013, 03:29 PM
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Williams is really a grinding type forward who can create offense due to his tenacity. He's never been the fastest skater, but he has the skill to generate scoring chances for himself and his linemates, so it makes sense why he's used as a top six forward. He's capable of getting the puck to his teammates.
Brown is similar as well in the sense that he's a gritty forward who can generate offense, but he doesn't have the best set of skills and isn't the most fluid skater. They're not the type who are going to be expected to carry the bulk of an offense on any NHL squad, but they are the perfect compliment to skilled players.
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