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09-29-2013, 06:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Levitate View Post
Pyatt does what he does...he grinds along the boards and goes to the front of the net and tends to do that as an effective third/fourth liner. Dont' want to see him int he top six but he's alright otherwise.
Perhaps Pyatt can be termed the first "Vigneault guy".

If much of his usefulness is camping around the net and using his size -- which has been the strategy in the preseason from beginning to end -- then he fits in just fine.

Pyatt had good seasons under Vigneault in Vancouver. At that time, he had a share of minutes with top-six players if I remember correctly, but that's not really the point. The point is Vigneault knows Pyatt.

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