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10-13-2006, 02:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Oilers Chick View Post
While I like the Huskies chances of possibly finishing in the top five in the WCHA, I also feel that they have alot of offense to make up. Gordon isn't going to carry the team all by himself. Nodl, I understand is pretty darn good but again, the Huskies will need other guys as well picking up the slack that Jensen, Hooton, Hengen, etc. leave.

That, along with another big year out of Bobby, could get SCSU a top-five finish.

Just my two cents.

That of course is the question. And the argument could be made that while Jensen Hooton, Reeder, and Hengen were a big part of the offense last year, only Jensen did anything for his whole career, the other three, and especially Reeder and Hooton were 1 year wonders, so the losses are "minor" The Huskies need the upperclassman to step up, but they have a large crop of them who can do so.
Gordon isn't expected to carry the offense, but he will be the key cog.
This team will still be built on Goaltending and defense, which returns mostly intact.

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