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06-13-2011, 10:50 PM
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Originally Posted by SupersonicMonkey View Post
Its pretty obvious he only wants one more year of development before he feels 100% ready for Pro hockey.

He's accelerating the education so he can obtain his degree early.

He should get it by next summer.

As well as sign his Pro contract next summer.

One last year at BC. A big one hopefully.

He's an upperclassman now. York will use him as THE go-to guy.

NHL rookie at 21.

He will be a more complete player when he signs next summer. There is the silver lining.

Can't wait till he's wearing our uniform at MSG. Patience. This player is going to be good.

And, he wants to be a Ranger. There is no way he screws the Rangers simply because he grew up in Boston.

He is a good kid. He's smart. He's a nice kid.

He isn't a duchy person that would screw over an NHL team.

Patience. Patience. Patience.

One more year.
another thing I noticed in the NYR article was that it mentions Ryan Bourque as his childhood friend. Yeah, they'll want to play together and if anyone should be wanting to be a Bruin, well I bet Ray would not want the pressure to follow in his footsteps, or skate on his son but if anyone should be wanting to be a Bruin, Ryan should. But I suppose dad taught him well in being professional and grateful for every opportunity. He's seen his brother Chris Bourque fail before him and has a great example ahead of himself. That article makes me 99.9999% confident that we will sign him come next summer.

What parts of his game do you think he'll want to be improving on this season?

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