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07-18-2012, 10:02 PM
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Originally Posted by FlyingKostitsyn View Post
Because Kristo is currently one of the best players in the NCAA while Hudon is a small 18yr old junior player that was picked in the 5th round. NCAA prospects often get underated because they remain at school for a while and they don't show up at training camp but right now Kristo is close to the NHL. Hudon is very far away.

I'm not saying Kristo is going to make it and that Hudon won't but the likelyhood favors Kristo at this moment.

More like a poor man's 2nd liner. I know its fashionable to regret and miss the young players we trade away like they were all superstars but D'Agostini had a less than stellar season following his 20g scoring breakout season. He's a mediocre player with a low ceiling and yet as a prospect he was known for skating fast and having an incredible shot.
Besides, if Hudon is small, then Kristo is small. What emphasizing on Hudon's smallness?

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