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07-11-2013, 04:06 AM
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Originally Posted by LaGu View Post

I am not saying they are comparable really but what you bring up right there is exactly what Paajarvi started to do (and with some success) this year. Let's keep it real, he was traded because we are not sure that he can fill the shoes of a 2nd line LW, Perron can. Personally I don't like the trade, but I understand why it was done.
That's what I'm saying. PRV barely does that. Perron does it consistently. Perron is more of a power forward than PRV will ever be. Bank on it.

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