If They All Hustled Like Paille

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    If They All Hustled Like Paille

    Why Claude relegates Paille to role player is a mystery.  Paille skates hard on every shift.   Why is Paille an afterthought?  

    A line of Paille, Seguin and Peverly would pose matchup challenges for opponents.  Speed and playmaking on the offensive end is obvious and Paille's backchecking would serve our defenders well.  

    Instead, Claude gives Paille under 10 minutes a game.  Why?
     
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    Re: If They All Hustled Like Paille

    Two Words: Stone Hands
     
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    Re: If They All Hustled Like Paille

    In Response to Re: If They All Hustled Like Paille:
    [QUOTE]Two Words: Stone Hands
    Posted by TimThomas-god[/QUOTE]

    I had a very good view of PAILLE's effort for two periods on Sat night. Those with "soft hands" should play like that.
     
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    Re: If They All Hustled Like Paille

    Paille can't finish, it was the main issue with him last year when he had Savy feeding him for 1/4 of the season. Otherwise, I like him, he's just not an offensive player. Great 4th liner and PKer.
     
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    Re: If They All Hustled Like Paille

    Three words.....hands like feet.....Paille, Kelly, Thornton & Campbell damn well better hustle, backcheck, kill penalties and play solid defensive hockey as they certainly aren't on the team to score goals.  283 total games for these guys this year for 43 goals.  The prolific Paille accounted for 6. 

     
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    Re: If They All Hustled Like Paille

    Combined that's .15 goals per game for these four which translates to 12 goals for this four headed scoring machine and would put them at #232 in the league behind offensive juggernauts such as Rob Schremp and Steve Ott.....
     

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