Nice try, is your comprehension really that weak or, more likely, is your attempt to disprove everything I said clouding your rationale? Let me spell it out for you and then I'm done with this.Topper wrote:Which side of the fence are you on? ...Really, Gretzky as a comparable??????? Ryan Kesler needs to be more like Wayne Gretzky. Wow. What next, Alex Edler needs to be more like Bobby Orr, David Booth needs to be more like Rick Nash....Again, that was not his role on the PP. ...Again, you are using anecdotal evidence with no basis in fact.
I pointed out that yes Kesler is a very solid player. His passing ability is NOT a weakness, its not one of his strengths and distributing the puck to his linemates more is an area he could improve on. It doesn't mean he can't pass or that he's terrible at it. He's more effective at other aspects of the game. There's nothing wishy washy about that.
I never compared Kesler to Gretzky, thats a very poor strawman argument on your behalf. Its not anecdotal either, the story is fact. Look it up. It should be obvious to most I was providing an example of another player who had a thing or two going for him; changed his game up a bit and became even more effective because of it. To insinuate I was suggesting Kesler should be more like Gretzky...well you're embarrassing yourself now.