2012 Minnesota #3 Prospect
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07-22-2012, 06:17 AM
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Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: St. Paul
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Because he's the highest drafted prospect the Wild owns the rights to. And his potential is arguably as high as anyone. For me only Granlund would beat him in that category.
When you take look at the prospects included in the poll so far, only Larsson and Bulmer took large steps forward this past season versus previous years in the same league. The rest made slight gains or just held serve. Also, none of them have made it yet full-time in a North American pro league. Maturation =/= improvement necessary for NHL success.
Only you would define production as progression. Thanks, once again, for proving what we already know.
Draft slot ≠ "potential."
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