Does this one do the job? I think there was more but this was the first one that came up.
You thought he'd be a scoring forward but now you believe he's a 4th line energy player. That's cool, perceptions change through the season, but I think you must've lost your meds halfway through!
You've read your own interpretation into my post.
I said Kopecky's role was that of a top 6 forward. I've also said Hudler's role was that of a top 6 forward. My point in both instances was that I percieve(d) both players to have skillsets which would either land them on a top 6 line or nothing, not that they were both immediately deserving of those roles. In Kopecky's case after seeing him for a year he's demonstrated he can play a depth role and not stink.
Do you percieve the difference in the two positions?