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03-08-2013, 11:17 AM
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This guy will be in NHL for the next 10 years.
I don't think he will be as good as Streit but he will be a top-4 d-men.

At 23 years old he was on a pace of 25 points (18 points in 60 games).
That is 100th in the league in ppg (0.30) at 23 years old. Most likely 90th if you remove players with less than 20 games.

He will improve and eventually reach .5 ppg (at least).
The was 31 d-men with .5 ppg (25 if you remove the ones with less than 20 games).

I do understand that we will loose him, just hoping he does not play in the east...
Between him and Diaz, I am not sure who will play most games.
Top 4? Laughable

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Top 4? Laughable
It's possible...but top 6 is more likely.

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I like him and of course root for him to succeed but I have never thought that he can play at this level. It seems that he can't keep up with the pace of the NHL.
He may be better suited for Europe. There are four AHL D who can replace him today, five if you count St. Denis.

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I like him and of course root for him to succeed but I have never thought that he can play at this level. It seems that he can't keep up with the pace of the NHL.
He may be better suited for Europe. There are four AHL D who can replace him today, five if you count St. Denis.
Weber can keep up to the pace of the NHL. Not playing for 5 weeks will screw up your timing.

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