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07-14-2013, 03:26 AM
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Originally Posted by McClelland View Post
okay you have never liked Prv!

Perron has 6 seasons under the belt and average 0.47 ppg he slided back last season from a potentional brakeout season the year before big time.

I would say that is a bit Gagner warning about this guy when i checked up his career, started young in nhl, but hasnt got the break out yet.

Prv coming from his best season in every stat column, is 3 year younger with 1 full season and 2 halfes and was not used to small rinks before in his youth, hes alot bigger and starts to using his big body, when perron seems to be more of a playmaking puckhog guy.

So the fit for the oilers is very ?, when we have a weak 2c.
You also forgot a 2 round pick, who can be pretty low and 3.8 million against not more then 2 million for prv.

We got the best player for the moment but maybee not the best fit, if perron continues with his 0.5 ppg average its not a good trade.
I'll bet you PRV scores less than his rookie year next year.

A LOT of his goals this year were straight up flukes that can't be replicated. He needs skilled guys banking pucks off of him to get on the score sheet.

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