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10-14-2013, 01:45 AM
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Seiling, solid in his own end, not very good at moving the puck into
the offensive end.
Neilson was defensively solid, a better skater, and could chip in some
I said it before, when Neilson went down with injuries, Seiling's effectiveness
dropped. They were a great, dependable pairing, but I give Neilson an edge.
Hurts me to say that a bit. Knew him well and really don't like him

Greschner is an interesting one. Our family had a business that involved many
Rangers back in the day. Gresh, Esposito, Beck and the boys enjoyed the
city, just a little too much

Gresch was talented, did a lot, but when he was pissed or inspired, he had another gear that he didn't use enough. Just seemed to be and "almost" guy.

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