Does Koivu needs help on the first line?
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02-06-2004, 09:10 PM
Join Date: Aug 2002
Location: Laprairie, dans la belle Province
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Brunette would come cheap, I assume, as he is strictly an offensive specialist. He is a slow skater and is absolutely horrible in the defensive zone. We need help on the Koivu line 5-on-5 and not on the powerplay where Andrew is really good. I don't think he would fit well in our defensive system as he reminds me more of Perreault than Ryder. He receives a low number of minutes because of his low defensive effort (in Lemaire's defensive system it's never good to be a liability) and is strictly a scoring winger for an expansion team. I see him more as a patch than a long-term player that you look to build around.
Hey, aren't you the leader of the Ribeiro bandwagon because of his one good year(so far)? :p
So Brunette is not the type of player I was thinking of? Too bad. :mad:
I was the leader of the Ribeiro's bashing bandwagon last summer. True.
This season I've made my apologies for not beleiving in Rib's skills and work ethic.
I'm not a leader of the bandwagon, I'm just staying in the middle of the wagon.
:p haha, I love that answer! :p
I said that Ribs reminds me some of Gretszky moves and it was interpreted all wrong. It's just my memories of the Great one, what my eyes saw, not his stats or his career. I also said that Ribs is an artist that makes some fancy moves that almost no one makes. Like his goal last night. I said also besides he's an artist that he have the “yo” mentality.
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