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11-18-2014, 01:02 PM
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That was one game just to get him in the lineup.

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11-18-2014, 03:11 PM
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Originally Posted by RobinDIF View Post
I dont get what about Nick Holdens game that would translate good to playing forward. He wont ever repeat the scoring from last year. One of the luckiest players in the league last year.
Well, I'm not saying I'm advocating him playing up at forward. I'd rather he not be in the lineup at all. Just posted that among the D and D prospects that he's probably the one guy I could see moving up and it making some logical sense.

I think his scoring was a bit of luck and it was also the fact that the opposition really didn't prepare for him--they didn't feel the need to cover him or prepare a gameplan. How could they last year when no one had ever seen him before? Now they have, and they know exactly how to neutralize him. In fact, they're now exploiting him as a weakness.

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