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03-07-2004, 05:16 PM
Mark Pavelich
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Originally Posted by nyr4life5186
I disagree. Rucinsky has quitely been New York's best and most consistent forward. 13 goals is not earth-shattering, but he has 42 points which is not too bad, and contributes on both ends of the rink. I usually dont put much stock in the +/- stat, but he's a +20 on a totally inept defensive team. Thats gotta say something about his consistency. It just seems like wherever you put him, he contributes. The guy is very sneaky and quick with his stickhandling, he has solid speed, he just makes things happen. IMO, he'd be an absolute perfect fit with the Sedins in Vancouver. Alone, a 2nd and a 5th for him would get it done for me.
I am not saying he has been bad I am just saying I wouldn't give up much value for him. If they get a 2nd and a 5th I would be psyched but I am not holding my breath.

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