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Jordan Staal or Bryan Little?

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J. Staal 32 52.46%
B. Little 29 47.54%
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02-05-2009, 02:17 PM
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Jordan Staal or Bryan Little?

Who is the better player now and in the future?

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Staal for both.

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Staal now and Staal in the future

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Staal, but Little is and will be the better goal scorer.

Staal's two way play gives him a bit of an edge here, but if I'm putting somebody out to score me a goal in the final minute, I put out Little.

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Little right now, Staal in the future.

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Staal, but Little is and will be the better goal scorer.

Staal's two way play gives him a bit of an edge here, but if I'm putting somebody out to score me a goal in the final minute, I put out Little.
Little's defensive game was the reason he stuck around 40 games last season without scoring... if he was lining up at center instead of RW it'd be obvious how great he is on D.

Little is faster, has more offensive talent, and is close to if not just as good defensively. Staal has a great last name, though, and will be a great 3rd line shutdown center for years to come.

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Little right now, Little in the future.

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Staal and Staal.

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Little is better now and If I were to use my crystal ball im sure it would come out Little in the Future

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Staal's got the size.

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Little right now, Staal in the future.
Please explain to me how some second year guy with 100 games of NHL experience is better than a three year veteran, but the veteran will someday be better than the rookie.

That makes no sense to me.

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Wow, pretty close.

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Please explain to me how some second year guy with 100 games of NHL experience is better than a three year veteran, but the veteran will someday be better than the rookie.

That makes no sense to me.
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Please explain to me how some second year guy with 100 games of NHL experience is better than a three year veteran, but the veteran will someday be better than the rookie.

That makes no sense to me.
Players have different learning curves?

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