*Buzzsaw* Posted November 22, 2015 Share Posted November 22, 2015 I have been fairly impressed with the learning curve I'm seeing from Adam Cracknell. When he first played, it was very much a case of playing his position, shoot it in, use the body, and not do anything original. But he has definitely learned from his time with the Canucks, he is showing improved skill in using his wingers and moving to the empty ice. He still tends to take a few too many shots from low productivity angles, but is starting to make more creative plays and passes. He is definitely a good fit with Prust, although his timing with Dorsett doesn't seem as good. Overall I would say he was a good utility player pickup by Benning, he has a filled a gap in the depth chart which would have been exposed when Sutter went down... still nowhere near Sutter's skill level, but has kept the 4th line from falling apart. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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