Changes (3rd Pairing D/Useless Forwards/Backup Goaltender)
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10-10-2006, 07:56 AM
Join Date: May 2002
Location: Denver, CO
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who DIDN'T score in that Boston game?
It's pretty pointless to make that argument. The 2nd line was the best and most dominant line in that game. Olesz-Niewy-Bert had a collective 3 goals and 6 assists, no other line came close to that. The kid can handle his own and did so last year. He proved he belonged from the beginning of camp.
Keenan isn't a fan of rookies either, but when Keenan signed Olesz he did so with the intention of playing him right away based on his talent and experience playing against other pros in the Czech league. Olesz has done nothing to warrant being sent down. He's already developed his game against the big boyz so he should continue to develop at the NHL level.
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