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06-19-2008, 04:51 PM
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The riskiness of a draft pick is kind of equalled by the riskiness of his injuries. I'm not saying it makes sense, but it's not so crazy as some make it seem. He's easily a better player than you are likely to get in the 6-14 range, but head injuries are a scary thing and can end careers at any moment. Look at the likes of Deadmarsh and Lindros. Risky, risky stuff.

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