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08-12-2009, 10:48 AM
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bobermay
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Originally Posted by Konk View Post
Basically, they're both good two-way guys with character and work ethic, but Ryan's a bit bigger/stronger and D'Amigo has more offensive skill. He's not a dangler or a sniper per se, but he finishes his chances and has good hands to go with his work ethic. I guess scouts believe more in Ryan because of his size advantage, but I wouldn't take him over D'Amigo after watching them for two years.

This '91 group is different than other years for the U.S. Not a lot of superstar power outside of Morin, but there's plenty of skill, two-way ability, and work ethic from just about all of them. It's a lot of what the U.S. has been missing at the WJCs.
Cool thanks. I know that this is a WJC USA thread.... but what would you say their potentials are. 2nd line wingers?

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