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07-03-2014, 08:59 PM
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Scouting Report on Legwand for Sens Fans

Just curious what preds fans think since you guys got to see them every night, just for comparison, who was better in the offensive and defensive aspects of the game, fisher or legwand?

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Fisher is a better all-round player (scores more goals can be solid on the PK), Legwand slightly better offensively as a playmaker.

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Defensively about even. Fisher is more physical, Legwand the better skater, Fisher the better goal scorer, Legwand the better playmaker.

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If the question was who's the better player, I'd say I think the truth is there's no real answer to this question

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I like Fisher's intensity. He seems more driven. Fisher 20 goals, rank 89th, Legwand 14 goals, rank 198th. Not counting assists my pick is obvious.

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Today, I would take Fisher, but they don't have the exact same game so its honestly hard to compare.

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Anyone notice how our PP **** itself after Legwand got traded? Yeah, I'll take Leggy.

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Depends on what you want. I'm guessing most teams would rather have Fisher because he gives you more options up and down the lineup as he could play top 6 or a grinder role if you wanted him to. Leggy is 2nd/3rd line playmaker center. If that is the guy you need then Legwand would be the better player.

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The longer we go without Vinny or Jumbo, what are the odds "Mr. Predator" returns??

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The longer we go without Vinny or Jumbo, what are the odds "Mr. Predator" returns??
Pretty much zero. Leggy is going to be looking for term and I dont see Poile giving him 3 or 4 years. If we dont trade for a center (and for the record I think we will) then we will roll with what we have got and try again later

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Scouting Report On Legwand

Sen fan coming in peace. Just wanted to know what we can expect from Legwand as a 3rd/2nd line center. Is he a pker good at faceoffs ect.

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Fast, decent playmaker, always looks to pass, decent on the PK, mediocre to average on faceoffs, good defensively.

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Fast, decent playmaker, always looks to pass, decent on the PK, mediocre to average on faceoffs, good defensively.
Sounds like hes exactly what we need. Good low risk signing.

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Sounds like hes exactly what we need. Good low risk signing.
I love it for Ottawa, he's a 50 point 2way center, 3 mil is a very nice price.

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A little surprised that 2x3 is the best he could get, unless the better offers were from less desirable locations(yes im looking at you Edmonton)

He will be valuable on the PK, and will probably center whatever you consider your "shutdown" line

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A little surprised that 2x3 is the best he could get, unless the better offers were from less desirable locations(yes im looking at you Edmonton)

He will be valuable on the PK, and will probably center whatever you consider your "shutdown" line

I don't know neither are getting you to the cup so I'm surprised he didn't take the money. May have wanted to stay out of the West too.

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He is a solid two way player. Much better on the power play than even strength. He is more of a passer than anything so if he plays with decent wings he can get you 50 points. More than likely he will be in the mid 40's though with most of his point on the power play.

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So... Time to retire this thread?

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So... Time to retire this thread?
Why? If it becomes useless it'll drop off the front page, and if it becomes a problem we'll close it.

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Did he wear a letter for you guys? How is he in the leadership dept?

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Did he wear a letter for you guys? How is he in the leadership dept?
He wore the A a few times when there were injuries, but he was consistently passed over for wearing one permanently. Too be fair, I'm not sure he really wanted the responsibility. Having said that, he appeared to be a good team mate and seemed to do a good job of taking care of the young guys.

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