Thread: Brian Boyle
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01-05-2005, 07:46 AM
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Jungle Boy
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I think that Boyle is having a slow and steady (slow because of the way the game is played on the NCAA and BCs depth) development. But someone Im starting to worry is Jeff Tambellini. I thought he would have a very suscesfull college career but the point production has been not very good, last season there was the injury, I know he had a great WJC last year but...
Another thing that makes me worry is the lack of centers in our system. We have three guys with the potential to be top 2 centers: Lehoux, Boyle and Cammy. Cammy has played in the NHL as a RW. Boyle is feeling more comfortable in the right side, next year he could be playing RW in a line centered by Dan Bertram, having lots of chances to succeed and after getting used to playing in the RW with less defensive responsabilities he wont want to go back and play center. this leave us with Lehoux, I know that he is having a great year, but he has to prove that this year is not a fluke.
We could have drafted Schremp last year and have this perfect line:
Frolov....Schremp.....Brown

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