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06-29-2012, 02:51 PM
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Some solid, thoughtful answers from 2nd round pick Devin Shore.

However, he is steadfast in his belief that being a second-round pick, 61st overall by the Dallas Stars, is just another step en route to his ultimate goal.

"It's very exciting, but to put it into perspective, it shows how much work is left to be done. So many players get drafted. It's a benchmark in that you've done as well to get to this point, but there is still so much work to be done and I am looking forward to starting the next chapter in the whole process," Shore said in an interview, two days after being chosen by the Stars at the 2012 entry draft in Pittsburgh.

Those thoughts are very similar to the one's he had almost immediately after hearing his name called.

"The first thought that came to mind, to be completely honest with you, was there's still so much to be done. I mean Dallas took four centremen just in that draft alone and you think about the fact there are guys like that drafted every year," the Whitby Fury forward said. "There's a new class every year ... This is out of the way and now it's back to reality. Back to work."

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