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10-17-2012, 07:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Samsquanch View Post
Great job

Borowiecki is way too high imo, and I'd have Pageau higher (just after Prince), but really those are the only complaints I have with how the list turned out.

I just have a feeling Borowiecki will end up playing out a lot like Bass did, where the organization and fans love him, but in the end he just isnt good enough to ever crack the NHL roster. I hope Im wrong though
Ya, should have around #12 IMO

I don't think his career will look like Bass though, unless he gets several injuries that makes miss the turning points of his career and let the depht surpass him.

Originally Posted by leftwinglocker View Post
Take a look at the video clip up above and tell me that there is a more complete "D" man with the Sens/BSens (good hands, great passer, tough as nails, fights, great on the PK, can QB a PP if you need him to).
With the Sens? Karlsson? Cowen? Gonchar? Phillips? Methot? Lundin?

Not sure if I understood what you meant...

Originally Posted by AndrePetersson View Post
I still think he could develop into a Rob Niedermayer type player. Those type of hockey players are still valuable depth to teams trying to win playoff games.
Well he's got a long way to go before he reaches that level... At least Rob was scoring a bit in junior... (Edit : I think I need to mention that I'm not only basing myself on Culek's stats)

I could be wrong of course but my gut feeling about Culek's chances is very low. In guys ranked lower, I have much more faith in DD's chances or even Ryan Dzingel

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