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Datsyuk vs. Zetterberg


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#41 jimmyemeryhunter

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Posted 05 January 2014 - 01:46 AM

To whoever said it takes a higher IQ to play with dats.
Beautifully put.
He puts the puck where you should be regardless of situation, which is why z and him are so spectacular.
Hank looks for you first.
But Jesus.
Pavels blind backhand passes, and goals are amazing.
Not even talking about his one on one ability.
Which is stupid.
If I had a Lidstrom, or an yzerman even, on my team already...
I'd take Pavel.
But z is a leader like PAv doesn't want to be/shouldn't need to be.
Let him be that amazing player he is without having to worry.
Cuz he's special without needing to be.

Edited by jimmyemeryhunter, 05 January 2014 - 01:47 AM.


#42 Ekmanc

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Posted 05 January 2014 - 08:27 AM

I love them both but heading into a tough playoff series there is no one I'd rather have on my team than Z, he carries the team on his back and elevates everyone he plays with. Dats can sometimes disappear a little in the toughest games but Z is always doing his job and always great.



#43 wings4thecup06

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Posted 06 January 2014 - 06:46 PM

Have to say that while I love both guys and think they are both indispensable, Z is the better leader. Datsyuk may have the better hands, speed, passing ability, but Z has that Captain material and just simply turns it up another notch when it counts. I'd say they're pretty equal defensively, and Z has the better shot (although I'll take pavel's backhander over anyone else in the league)! 

Bottom line: They are both world class players and we couldn't do without them

 


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