Vancouver-Anaheim: Preseason Game Two

Posted: 18th September 2009 by Jason R in NHL
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A 3-0 win and another positive result for the house that Gillis built seems to be proving the madness to his method is working out just fine. Grabner again didn't look out of place, but didn't really stand out much either—other than moving the puck well, playing the point on the powerplay, and of course, his speed. Unfortunately for him, that earmarks him more as a serviceable call-up than a full timer. Shiro's still in the lead after game two for the temp position (with opportunity for full time work) filling in for Demitra. Kesler and Bernier stood out most for my eyes as being the forwards most ready for the season to start. Bernier's upgraded and down-sized physique seems to fit him well. He looked faster out there and I can't be the only person pleasantly surprised to see him no ...

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