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01-01-2014, 07:36 PM
Damaged Goods
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Originally Posted by Ryker View Post
Sure, it's just that there are no indications that the top line can play better and that it's Raffl holding it back.
I think it's up to you to prove that this is the maximum level of play that can be expected from the top line before it makes sense to disregard alternatives.

Giroux and Voracek have both proven capable of producing at top line levels for long periods of time, while Raffl has not. Giroux and Voracek both have top line pedigree, top line statistical resumes and top line credentials. Raffl's 1LW spot is the first place you have to look when it comes to improving top line scoring.

Originally Posted by Ryker View Post
Both Giroux and Voracek are playing well above what I think their norm in terms of point production is, so I really don't see a problem.
At ES? No. The problem is lack of ES scoring.

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