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Best and Worst Faceoff Takers since 1997

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03-23-2010, 12:00 PM
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Best and Worst Faceoff Takers since 1997

Best and Worst Faceoff Takers since 1997

Thought you guys might find this article interesting. Draper ranks 10th

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Perhaps a good argument for a team to take another look at Roest? Sure, he's getting up there, but he's still pretty quick, a good grinder and defensive player, and has always been a faceoff specialist as shown by those numbers. And he can play all three forward spots, so in a pinch you could put him out on the wing as a 'spare' just in case.

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