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01-28-2009, 08:58 AM
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Look at these stats and see why I am hesitant to trade Dubi during his sophomore year.

Player A:

05-06 - 81 GP 23-19-42
06-07 - 62 GP 14-23-37
07-08 - 82 GP 29-24-53

Player B:

05-06 79 GP 11-23-34
06-07 59 GP 10-22-32
07-08 73 GP 28-47-75

Now Dubinsky:
07-08 82GP 14-26-40
08-09 49GP 8-17-25

on pace for 82GP 13-28-42

So even though he is in a "Sophomore Slump" he is actually on pace for more points than last year.

By the way Player A was Jeff Carter and Player B was Mike Richards. I think he is very comparable to both. He might not ever be as good as them... but he can definately play. He is still getting used to the leage and used to different players playing w/ him. Last year was Jagr, this year is Zherdev and whoever else Renney feels like throwing at him b/c he can't keep his lines stable. next year is the telling year of what we got. The third season is usually a breakout season.

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01-28-2009, 09:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Rags225 View Post
Look at these stats and see why I am hesitant to trade Dubi during his sophomore year.

Player A:

05-06 - 81 GP 23-19-42
06-07 - 62 GP 14-23-37
07-08 - 82 GP 29-24-53

Player B:

05-06 79 GP 11-23-34
06-07 59 GP 10-22-32
07-08 73 GP 28-47-75

Now Dubinsky:
07-08 82GP 14-26-40
08-09 49GP 8-17-25

on pace for 82GP 13-28-42

So even though he is in a "Sophomore Slump" he is actually on pace for more points than last year.

By the way Player A was Jeff Carter and Player B was Mike Richards. I think he is very comparable to both. He might not ever be as good as them... but he can definately play. He is still getting used to the leage and used to different players playing w/ him. Last year was Jagr, this year is Zherdev and whoever else Renney feels like throwing at him b/c he can't keep his lines stable. next year is the telling year of what we got. The third season is usually a breakout season.
Given that he had a stretch of 1G in 33 games, I actually think you'll see him exceed his projected stats by a fair stretch and wind up with like 50-55 points. We definitely need to be careful about moving him - as I said earlier, I would be in favor ONLY if it nets a Kovalchuk/Nash type player.

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