What's to be done about Glennie?
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11-06-2012, 11:24 AM
Join Date: Jul 2004
Whatever the issues are, it's too early to write him off. I profiled him for DBD today.
The fact he was selected so high has to be ignored when evaluating him now – draft selections reflect one thing only – how a player is viewed during their draft year. Back in 2009, many in the hockey world viewed Glennie as a future 30-goal scorer at the NHL level. He was seen by some as a “safe” pick because he didn’t have many holes in his game. However, flash forward three years, and he is still finding his way in the hockey world. He isn’t the only former top 10 pick to struggle in his first few years of pro hockey, and he won’t be the last.
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