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01-28-2011, 09:03 AM
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Mmm. Well, if true, drafting a regular and efficient third liner for many years isn't a bad first round selection, given the amount of first rounder that never become established NHLers.
Of course we all would like the big home run pick, but it doesn't happen very often.
...and it is still VERY early to tell.
The kid didn't even spent a month in the AHL yet. Whatever his skill might be, I think we owe to them that they develop some professional sense with the Dogs. I don't remember a time when bringing up a kid directly into Montreal had been a smashingly good decision.
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