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07-02-2013, 11:37 AM
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Originally Posted by TheRightWay View Post
I'm with you, Jonathan. You look at guys who made a living as power forwards... Bertuzzi, Graves, Shanahan, Tkachuk, Iginla.... their skating ability ranged from below average to average. You want Kreider to have a willingness to crash the net at times and dig for loose pucks, but in general it's a ****ing waste of skating ability to plant him in front of the net.
Power forwards come in lots of different types. Ovechkin is a power forward, but he is not a net front player. A sniper in a power forward body with a willingness to hit and compete for pucks.

Really the definition should just be a forward who has the size and strength that he usually can out muscle a defender. And kreider certainly has that ability, though he is not consistent yet

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