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10-05-2012, 12:03 AM
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The question is whether Jenner is someone who projects to be a third-liner in the Chris Kunitz mold, or whether he projects to be a first-liner in the Mike Richards mold.
I think that Columbus, which has traditionally lacked high-end two-way forwards, would rather keep him and find out rather than move him.
Since that doesn't really answer your question, the short answer is "a lot".
This means the Jenner is a bonafide top 20 prospect in the league if his downside is only Chris Kunitz, a top line player for majority of his career.
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