Found October 15, 2012 on The Hockey Guys:
By: Mike Luciano (@THG_MikeLuci) With everything considered, it’s apparent that you can only stretch your topics of NHL-related discussion for so long as the lockout continues to delay (or most likely prevent completely) the start of the 2012-2013 season. While the negatives of these evident circumstances grossly outweigh the positives and whether a season materializes or not, it doesn’t change the fact that every team possesses their own unique shortcomings in need of being addressed. Yes, this is another Zach Parise-related article but from another unique perspective. As has been said on countless occasions before, Parise’s departure left a void to be accounted for and while it hasn’t directly been said, the Devils are investing their hopes in the play of two young wingers: Mattias Tedenby and Bobby Butler. The Devils are renowned for finding diamonds in the rough to the point where it can be argued that the Devils built their foundation by finding talent where nobody else thought...
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