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04-20-2012, 08:40 AM
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Originally Posted by msv957 View Post
No, I would keep Kreider. He has already been developed for 3 years since his draft year. He is just about primed and ready for the NHL. A 6'2 225 pound player who has great wheels who has had success at every level he played do not grow on trees
Kreider will never be as good as Yakupov, Grigorenko, or Galchenyak. These 3 will most like be in the NHL within a year, while Kreider is in his 4th year of development. Remember, big players take like 3-5 years of NHL play to finally breakout if ever!!

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