Clune was actually doing a bit better at the beginning of the year in the AHL, but is still too small and slight to even go with second tier NHL fighters. Don't get me wrong, I love the guys willingness, and if we had more guys with his attitude it would be a different game… I guess there are many things that could happen that would make this a different game. Basically what I'm saying is that Clune was improving in the pugilism department at the beginning of the year. He still brings his speed and agitation to the game, and I believe he will fit in well in Nashville. I know its the beginning of the year, but right now he is one of only 3 players on that team on the plus side of the teams +/-.