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10-15-2012, 08:39 PM
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Defensive players are easy to get, and defense is quite easy to learn. Applying the defense requires will and determination though. But my point is that teaching defensive to a smart player is easy and acquiring defensive players is also easy. Let him develop as an offensive dynamo, because that's the hardest part to reach. He might have all the talent in the world, but if he doesn't keep his creativity and start thinking defense first, I wish him/us good look to see top 6 ice time in the NHL.

IMO, the priority with this kid is to create offense as much as possible.

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