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07-05-2008, 04:03 PM
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Originally Posted by thrillhous View Post
He was a one-dimensional player in juniors but he has developed a very nice two-way game in the last 2 years. Last year he played the whole season with LA and after a really slow start with small minutes he flourished in Line 1A (Kopitar + Brown) and 1B (Frolov + Cammalleri) roles.

I'd say he will have 60 point seasons for years to come with 80+ potential. The question is whether he will play wing or centre; on 1A he was a winger and on 1B he was playing centre.
Yep. The knock on him was his lack of a defensive game and unwillingness to fight for the puck along the boards.

He has added those two abilities to his list of strengths.

Anyone who questions his character or ability has no clue whatsoever about Patrick O'Sullivan. This kid EARNED his way into the hearts of Kings fans.

He's a top three forward with very good defensive game. Yeah, what team needs that type of player?

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