It's about time for a Kreider thread
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11-12-2013, 06:55 PM
Join Date: Jun 2010
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Or a truck.
I agree that he will eventually have to answer the bell one of these days. Mash is an exceptional fighter, maybe he can learn from him.
Let mash/whomever be team pugilist.
To extent Kreider will have to drop them, he will, but he won't do so unless required, which is smart.
Past Ranger he reminds me most of (in regards to putting up his dukes) is Walt Tkaczuk.
Very -- unbelievably -- strong. So no one will want to fight him, which is fine, want him more focused on using all that incredible talent.
Which I called.
From way back when, when so many of you were doubters.
And now he is past Dave Keon territory, hovering around early Kovalev.
Next stop will be the next Pavel Bure. My prediction is he will make it.
However, it will help and speed things up if,
AV ARE YOU LISTENING
once again, there is a super speed line w/Miller centering Kreider and either Cally or Fast (or Hags if he can handle off wing).
PS couldn't post before but Miller first goal of last game, set up w/Kreider, facilitated by CK defensive pressure, is what I'm talking about.
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