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10-06-2013, 03:53 AM
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Yes, I don't know why I don't see their names on here more.
Both have very well-rounded games and are natural LW rather than forcing more centers to play wing. E.Kane's speed alone makes him dangerous.

Seguin/Benn and Seguin/Bergeron will have chemistry too.
E. Kane while quick, an excellent skater, is a prototypical NHL North-South player. To play on international ice you not only have to be a good skater, but you have to be a smart player. E. Kane has never impressed me when I've seen him play internationally, at any tournament, always underwhelmed... and you can point to the 7 pts he had in 2012 at the WHC, but the majority of that came against Belarus and France. Maybe in 5 years with more experience and if he develops some hockey IQ his game will translate better on bigger ice, but he's got a long way to go. T. Hall is in the same boat.

According to the IIHF they have already predicted that it will be a Sweden Russian final (Sweden takes gold) Canada and Finland in the game for bronze. (Canada takes bronze)

So, we may as well forget about it, the IIHF knows best.


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