David Desharnais - Can he become an NHLer or is he too small?
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02-28-2012, 12:02 AM
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Just out of curiosity, question for all you Desharnais conaisseurs:
Was Desharnais ever a top line center on a championship team at any significant level?
Cyclones won the championship the year this thread was made.
He had 33-points in 22 playoff games. Next closest player was Olivier Latendresse with 19 points.
The Montreal Canadiens saw enough potential in Desharnais to invite him to their
training camp in the fall of 2007. Although he did not make the team, he earned an
assignment to the Cincinnati Cyclones of the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL). He had a phenomenal professional debut in Cincinnati, putting up 106 points in
only 68 regular season games to lead the league in scoring before adding 33
points in 22 playoff games to lead the Cyclones to their first Kelly Cup championship. Desharnais was named ECHL Rookie of the Year and Most
Valuable Player and was named to both the All-Rookie Team and the First All-Star
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