Daniel Sparre

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  1. eco's bones

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    is currently making a nice impression as a tryout at the Rangers training camp. Is there anyone that can tell me what kind of player he is?
     
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    Soft floater who can lead by example but is a rare passer. Not a selfish player...but he certainly does think he can do a lot on his own.
     
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    Thanks PEli. It makes you wonder. He doesn't seem to have a lot of size either.
     
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    Still using the "swoop move", wherein he rushes down the right-hand boards and veers towards the net at the hash-marks, carrying the puck on the backhand to get in position to flip it over the goalie at the top of the crease?

    Seems to be his bread-and-butter move.
     
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    He has one hell of a shot, but it takes more than that to make it pro.

    He is also very fast but when the physical play starts to pick up he disappears.
     
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