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#41 Devils731


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Posted 07 June 2012 - 06:43 PM

I'm a bit surprised that his shot is being called great, I'm not seeing that. decent, yes, great is a stretch imo. he gets its off quick and doesnt need to look at it good accuracy, but he's hardly a sniper. what is he a 11% shooter?

I could be wrong?

Almost everyone ends up with around the same shooting percentage, so there would only be 2 or 3 snipers in the whole league if we had to use shooting percentage to separate everyone out.

I think what we have gotten to see is that Henrique is a good enough shooter to beat a goalie from a decent distance out with just his shot. I don't think we've seen enough in one season to know where his shot truly is at, but it looks like it's at least better than most.
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Posted 07 June 2012 - 11:41 PM

Gionta scored 48 goals, Parise's best year was 45.

The year Gionta scored was a very high scoring year, so it's hard to compare
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