Its a tough discussion as to who is in fact a team’s best hockey player. A goaltender stops pucks, a shut down defender boxes out the opposition, a powerforward plays a 200 foot game and chips in, an offensive wizard lights the lamp or contributes by setting up his teammates.
The Flames have some skill. The start of the season would suggest otherwise, but they do. Tonight though they were lead by what I would call their best hockey player as TJ Brodie in game number three scored once, added an assist, had another goal waived off, but rocked it on the details as the Flames won a scary Halloween game in Edmonton 5-4 with a late goal in a wild one.
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