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10-27-2011, 03:01 AM
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Originally Posted by ChadS View Post
He's clearly been a beast offensively but Minnesota has been really good in the WCHA, they've scored 35 goals in 6 games. So the stats could be a bit missleading but never the less, he's off to a great start.
But Haula has most points on the team and has been maybe the best player of the "really good" team. That sounds even more impressive

Originally Posted by ChadS View Post
It'll be interesting to see when he turns pro since NHL teams don't lose the rights to college kids until 5 years after the draft. So he could play there two more years after this season.
If Haula continues to be that dominant in the league, I dont think he should stay there for another year. It would(!) be great if Minnesota Wild's next season's roster will be including both Granlund and Haula

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