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07-11-2013, 09:38 AM
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Vladys Gumption
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Originally Posted by pricer502 View Post
People rate how good players are just based on their offensive skill. Perron was horrible on defense most of the year. He also made several terrible offensive zone penalties. The only way you put up with a guy not playing defense and taking bad penalties is if they are scoring 70 points a year. Perron is not that guy and needed to go. The fact that Paajarvi is bigger faster and plays on both ends of the ice will make the Blues a better team.
Hooligan does have a point about Perron. Perron is the much superior player to Paajarvi. And he is totally right about Lapierre. That was a total head scratcher.

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