There are no sure things in the game of hockey...see Daigle, Alexandre. But there are some things worth taking a chance on, like in the case of the once again waived Andrew Ebbett. Ebbett didn`t really turn heads in Chicago, scoring just one goal in 10 games, but he wasn`t given much of an opportunity either as he was delegated to the fourth line most nights. While conditioning and drive may be questioned, his ability is not, as Ebbett is a gifted center that's play-making abilities rival that of Marc Savard. Which makes the Leafs' decision to pass on him once again on the waiver wire all that more puzzling. He may have been the perfect fit for Phil Kessel. The fact is the kid racked up 8 goals and 24 assists while taking a regular shift in 48 games last season for the Anaheim Ducks. And t ...
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