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01-07-2013, 01:34 PM
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Hell no. It's obviously between Hertl and Jaškin. Hertl was better against Finland and USA, Jaškin against Switzerland and Latvia. They were both pretty much invisible in the opening game with Sweden and I couldn't watch the 5th place game against Switzerland.

Even though I like Hertl a bit more, I'd give it to Jaškin probably.
Yeah, Musil is much better on the small ice. He was so dominant last year, but this year his lack of speed hurt him.

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Yeah, Musil is much better on the small ice. He was so dominant last year, but this year his lack of speed hurt him.
I also don't see him as much of an offensive force to be honest, he's neither quick, creative or especially skilled but our coach was using him as if he was the second coming of Paul Coffey and demanded a good amount of offense from him. I think it didn't help him either.

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I also don't see him as much of an offensive force to be honest, he's neither quick, creative or especially skilled but our coach was using him as if he was the second coming of Paul Coffey and demanded a good amount of offense from him. I think it didn't help him either.
That's what I noticed too. Putting him in the QB position on the PP and expecting him to create offense. Didn't like seeing that at all. He's a defensive defenseman with shutdown potential in the NHL. He's never going to be a 10+30 guy, but he'll be steady, reliable and probably good for 2-5 goals and 10-15 assists per season if he makes it.

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