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07-14-2013, 08:17 AM
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I think Perron will become a fan favorite and score 25 to 30 goals. I don't remember him getting much PK time and Hitchcock juggled lines for various reasons so I wouldn't say Perron had regular line mates. DP got a lot of PP time. One thing Perron didn't have in St Louis was a play maker at center. Backes is a converted RW and Berglund had less than 10 assists. (hard to believe) Perron has become a bit of a scape goat for the Blues getting eliminated in the first round which is not deserved. Most Blues fans will be rooting for him.

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