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12-05-2007, 11:18 PM
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Is this supposed to be serious? Lemieux is one of my all time favorite players, but in my years watching him, I never considered him to be anything more than average, if that, defensively.
That may be true, but when he felt like applying himself defensively, (which was really not very often), he was a monster on the other side of the puck. Huge reach had a lot to do with it, and the fact that I have never seen a guy strip opposing dmen of the puck quite like he could.

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