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10-29-2011, 11:49 PM
Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Markham and Lawrence
I highly and I mean highly doubt he will ever become true#1 C. They are just so rare to find nowadays, the player has to have combination of multiple things which are more above average in terms of skill level such as speed, hands, vision, defensive play, hockey IQ. IMO, Colborne seems to possess almost all of those combinations of skills but seems to lack high-end talent and consistency to become a #1 C.
But all in all, I am just glad he is doing well in the AHL and developing nicely. I would be more than happy if he becomes a strong #2 C with a good overall game.
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