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Craig Rivet Vs. Sheldon Souray

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07-01-2006, 09:12 AM
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Craig Rivet Vs. Sheldon Souray

Both are decent number 3-4 defensmans, both are though and solid on the PK. They have a good shot from the point but Souray is definitly better on the PP when Rivet is better one on one. Both are also good fighters, team guy and leader...

So ... who is the best of the two ?
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Both are decent number 3-4 defensmans, both are though and solid on the PK. They have a good shot from the point but Souray is definitly better on the PP when Rivet is better one on one. Both are also good fighters, team guy and leader...

So ... who is the best of the two ?
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Hmmm you bring up a good question.

In terms of this past season's performance, Rivet seems to have a better all round game.

I would however give the edge to Souray in terms of offensive output. Although Sheldon has a tough time hitting the net, Rivet is even worst.

But and in all, I think these are two D-men are very similar, and complement each others faults nicely.

So this season: edge goes to Rivet;
Two seasons ago: Souray hands down

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I agree that Rivet has a better all around game, but Souray has a lot of upside. Watching him last season seemed to me that Souray was trying to make passes more than previously. He was very hesitant to take shots on the PP, which is where he should be shooting aggressively to open up ice down low.

If I were picking players for a team, I'd pick Souray over Rivet, but that could change if Souray doesn't improve this season.

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Well Rivet decided that his close to 3 million $ salary only forces him to play regular season games and not show up at all in the postseason. We don't need that garbage from a "heart and soul" kind of guy.

Souray gets the win IMO but niether are anything special.

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Rivet this past season, Souray over the duration of their careers.

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