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06-15-2012, 08:05 PM
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Originally Posted by HockeyFan87 View Post
What? Having a father who played professional hockey doesn't necessarily equal to being built like a tank at 18 years old of age.

Jarred Tinordi was not very big when he got drafted 2 years ago. Neither was Sam Gagner back in 2007 and It doesn't seem to be the case of Griffin Reinhart who has still to fill up his 6'4 frame.
All I'm suggesting is that perhaps his father, having played hockey, helped keep him on track. I would not be surprised if he was asked about this during interviews. Either way, it was a little note, could be relevant or not, could've worded that part better. The Roberts program undoubtably helped him, though.

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