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11-13-2011, 07:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Frank Booth View Post
They haven't stood out much. They each need at least a full year in the AHL before even thinking about bringing them up. Gaunce has gone backwards this year, and a lot of that is due to the yo-yo effect of last season. That's what killed Stoa's career, calling him up WAY too early. He has never recovered from that, and Gaunce is possibly heading down that road. IMO, of course.
IDK, i think too much is made of success at the AHL level, you dont know what a player will do until they play in the NHL, in the regular season. Shattenkirk is a great example of this. Whatever Stoa does from here on out is moot. He can go on an dominate the AHL but I dont think he's an NHL player.

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