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Keith Yandle deserves higher praise

Brett Martin, Moncton, N.B.

Keith Yandle is the most underrated player in the NHL.

He is an elite two-way defenseman and is only getting better. I remember watching him during the 2006 Memorial Cup and realizing he had potential to be a star in the NHL.

He's putting up similar numbers as some of the best offensive defensemen in the league. He has just as much star power as the best players out there, just not as much hype.


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