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05-01-2014, 03:24 PM
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sure are a whole heck of a lot of people who have short memories re: bschenn's scouting reports
best player in the world not in the league to a decent complimentary player?
My point is that your unmet expectations should not define your perception of him.
Erik Johnson is not the Norris defender he was drafted to be, but that doesn't mean he's not an incredibly good player to have on your team.
Just because BSchenn isn't the stud he once was thought to be, doesn't mean he can't fill a very useful role on the team.
your point about him playing better if paired with #28 & #93 is akin to making an argument that water is indeed wet
Okay, and yet we find ourselves *****ing about how 28 and 93 don't have a legitimate winger on the other side.
JVR didn't improve when he went to Toronto. He just got to play with Phil Kessel. And yet, his reputation skyrocketed. Is that akin to water being wet, too? Because it's the same damn thing.
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