No shortage of Phoenix Coyotes prospects to watch in 2012-2013
Although the lockout might cause some disappointment for Brandon Gormley and David Rundblad, two players on the cusp of full-time NHL duty, there is still the good news of them being able to further develop their high-level skills in the AHL. Gormley and Rundblad along with fellow Phoenix Coyotes prospects playing in the Europe, junior and the NCAA still have a full season ahead to prove their worth as prospects, regardless of the situation with the NHL.
Here are some of the future Coyotes to keep an eye on heading into the 2012-2013 season.
Brandon Gormley, D, Portland Pirates (AHL)
As the club’s top overall prospect, it only makes sense for Gormley to be pegged as the Coyotes top pro prospect.… read more
Their season opener is Saturday October 13 at 7pm (4 Arizona). I know what I am going to be doing (unless a certain lockout is resolved).
Also FYI, TheAHL.com has their version of Center Ice at:
If I were the AHL I'd be pimping this service out on all hockey websites via advertising right now during the lockout.
I think this helps Gormley and Rundblad the most. It gives them time to close the distance on guys like Summers and Stone.
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