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Wadejos123

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Forum: GM Game 2019-20Mon at 5:48 pm
Forum: Armchair-GMSun at 1:34 am
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>HatterTParty</b></div><div>I know I’ve brought this up many times before, but let me just raise the question but now involving Reichel. Developing reichel as a center as opposed to a winger seems to be a point raised in your discussion. Would it really be that bad if Dach actually became a winger and reichel was developed as a center? With reichel, I do get the logic, boy’s got a freakin motor on him. He’s intelligent and he’s fearless. Scoring is also going to come second nature eventually, or rather hopefully. Dach still comes off as defensive and safe, if not flamboyant and flashy when it’s not necessary. Yes, he’s a playmaker by trade, but I don’t believe we’ve actually seen that in spades yet. Reichel looks like the kind of player who can score goals and gets assists while maintaining great discipline in the defensive zone. Dach truly doesn’t.

So again, just simply asking, is there really anything wrong with Dach being a winger? It’s a not a disaster if that were to happen. Sure it wouldn’t good next to his original projection, but I always thought he’d eventually be a winger anyway. He just doesn’t scream center long term. Reichel has all the tools for it if he’s trained and grown the right way. Dach has hit too many stumbling blocks.</div></div>

100% agree here. Dach is so strong on the boards and honestly plays better at RW imo. If Reichel is a good center and can win enough faceoffs it's worth a shot
Forum: Armchair-GMSat at 3:25 pm