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06-20-2009, 09:04 AM
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Jukka Hentunen or Petri Lammassaari

if you could choose one of these players, which one would it be?

Jukka Hentunen, "Joroisten Härkä" is fast, powerforward, with some skills, but he is getting kind of old allready

Petri Lammassaari, "Lamppu" is young, very talented offensive player, with good shot, and very good stickhandling.

What do you think, which one is faster? And wich one would you choose to your team?

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Hentunen. With his age I still consider him more lethal than Lammassaari and he´ll probably score around 25 goals next season.

Edit. The Bull From Joroinen even would have made the Finnish WC2009 team without an injury.


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Jukka Hentunen of course. Ok Maybe he is getting old but still he has many gameyears still left.

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Jukka Hentunen. Still one of the best "midfielders" in all of icehockey. Few reign the neutral zone like him.

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Peter Sheepisland, has more good years front of him and Hentunen is not as good anymore than he was

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Peter Sheepisland, has more good years front of him and Hentunen is not as good anymore than he was
Why did Hentunen spend just one season in the NHL? And is Lammassaari talented enough to play in North America or is his size the only thing keeping him from being signed by an NHL team?

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Why did Hentunen spend just one season in the NHL? And is Lammassaari talented enough to play in North America or is his size the only thing keeping him from being signed by an NHL team?
I have no idea why the preds didn't resign Jukka, he looked like a wicked fit for them. The preds fans who remember him are probably still a bit high on him.

Lammassaari isn't talented enough IMO. But if he keeps working hard and shows that he has other sides to his game, then I don't see why he wouldn't get a shot. He really should work on getting his wrister off faster, as it'd mean 10ish points more per season.

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