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In the off-season, the Calgary Wranglers and Helsinki Titans, two teams at different stages of competitiveness, exchanged some highly valuable assets. Calgary paid a fairly high price (a 1st round pick, a 2nd round pick, and a conditional 3rd round pick) for the privilege of acquiring elite winger Dan Dan. The offensively gifted Swede had put up a total of 170 points through his first three seasons in the league, all with Helsinki, and he showed right away why the Calgary management was so eager to acquire him. In the absence of Andrew Su, Calgary's top offensive weapons in Nathan Perry and Luke Thornton would have had to shoulder a heavy load, but Dan has exploded into the team, showing that he can produce anywhere in the top 6 with 10 goals and 13 assists for a team leading 23 points through 20 games, and while also having far fewer penalty than any of the players playing similar minutes. The Wranglers are not a high scoring team, but Dan Dan is proving to be a big part of their ability to play clean two-way hockey, stifle the opposition's offense, and make the most of their chances.
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