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03-18-2009, 02:41 AM
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With Who Voros? Orr atleast has a skill set.
No, I'm a fan of Colton. Just saying he does not have to dress every game. But I would like to see him in the lineup for the remaining games against Philly, for example.

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The only player I'd even consider benching/splitting time with Orr for at this point is Anisimov, and that really wouldn't make sense from a organizational standpoint, giving him like 5-6 min or so a night.

I'd go as far to say Orr is a better all around player then Voros, not even considering fighting. Maybe not a better shooter and slightly worse hands, but skating-wise I'd take Orr.

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The only player I'd even consider benching/splitting time with Orr for at this point is Anisimov, and that really wouldn't make sense from a organizational standpoint, giving him like 5-6 min or so a night.

I'd go as far to say Orr is a better all around player then Voros, not even considering fighting. Maybe not a better shooter and slightly worse hands, but skating-wise I'd take Orr.
Force orr to practice his stick handle this summer and you got one good skating,puck handling,hammering SOB

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The only player I'd even consider benching/splitting time with Orr for at this point is Anisimov, and that really wouldn't make sense from a organizational standpoint, giving him like 5-6 min or so a night.

I'd go as far to say Orr is a better all around player then Voros, not even considering fighting. Maybe not a better shooter and slightly worse hands, but skating-wise I'd take Orr.
Voros is an AHL player whose made it to the NHL because hes a nice guy. I truly and honestly believe that. Hes got about as much skill as Ryan Hollweg, but is a lot nicer.

Id rather have Jed Ortmeyer on the bench than Voros, because at least Ortsy could kill penalties and provide energy and play a smart game. Voros is just a really dumb player, with probably the worst balance ive seen in a big man....ever.

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Sjostrom had a great game last night playing on the 3rd line. He didn't get an assist on Callahan's goal, but Sjo's work along the boards certainly contributed to it. What game were you watching?

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Seems like standard favoritism of a guy that everybody watched come up through our system as a prospect. I like Korpedo but you have to understand that things like this are good for him. He needs to work on his hockey sense in getting to the net. While less ice time may make that difficult to do in a game setting, a demotion could serve as a wake up call to get him going and working even harder.

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Dear John.. luv'n the "safe is death" concept, but.. can the D stand up at the blueline a little more? Safe=Death when backing up all the time.

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Shoe has been awesome the last few games. Last night especially.

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