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04-29-2009, 10:22 AM
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Regarding Balázs Sebők

I don't have much to add. He was born in 1994 and he did lead the Hungarian league in goals and in assists this past year.

Those are impressive numbers in Hungary, but it doesn't give any indication as to how good he is or how he would fare in other junior leagues. For example, Tamas Virag led the Hungarian U18 League in points, yet was not deemed good enough to make the U18 national team.

If Sebok is considering a move to Finland, perhaps he sees that his development can be furthered by playing against stronger competition.

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