Broken Blade
Sergen Celik 
Team SoloMid
Carries TSM on Vladimir
March 14, 2019
Broken Blade ended Sunday's win over Optic with a 7/2/4 KDA as Vladimir.
Broken Blade helped carry TSM past Optic, ending Week 7 of the LCS with a win. The top laner was involved in 11 of 14 kills, leading TSM in kill participation. His four assists were the second fewest on the team, but his seven kills paced TSM during the win.
Top lane Neeko
March 8, 2019
Broken Blade ended Sunday's loss to C9 with a 2/3/2 KDA as Neeko.
Broken Blade got off to a solid start, but fell of during Sunday's loss to C9. The top laner was involved in four of 12 kills, ending with the second lowest kill participation on the team. His two assists were the second fewest in the game, while his two kills were the third highest figure.
Involved in all but one kill
February 26, 2019
Broken Blade ended Sunday's win over FLY with a 0/1/3 KDA as Jayce.
Broken Blade helped TSM win a controlled victory over FlyQuest on Sunday. The top laner was involved in three of four kills, tying for the second highest kill participation on the team. He had no kills, but his three assists tied for the second most during the win.
Unkillable Jax
February 21, 2019
Broken Blade ended Sunday's win over Team Liquid with a 3/0/3 KDA as Jax.
Broken Blade dominated Impact en route to handing Team Liquid their first loss of the season. The top laner was involved in only six of 14 kills, finishing tied for the team-low in kill participation. Broken Blade's three kills tied for the second highest total on the team as he gave away no deaths in the win.
Surprisingly new top laner
January 8, 2019
Broken Blade will start in the top lane for TSM to begin the 2019 Spring Split.
Pick any number of reasons, and you'll probably be right. It's quite possible that Hauntzer was simply getting too expensive for Team SoloMid to roll out on a yearly basis, or Bjergsen and the rest of TSM simply didn't want to funnel their strategy through the veteran top laner anymore. Missing the LoL World Championships for the first time since the tournament's inception could have possibly ignited a plethora of changes. Whatever reason you choose to accept, the surprising decision to jettison three-year starting top laner to Golden Guardians for a less-than-heralded prospect in the form of Broken Blade will likely go down as the biggest decision in a long list of curious choices TSM made during the 2018-19 offseason. To be fair, BB certainly seems like an enticing prospect, dominating the Turkish scene for much of 2018, but compared to the likes of Hauntzer, the new TSM top laner will need to come on fast if he hopes to erase the memories of the legend whose position he now occupies.
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