Thread: Injury Report: Jonas Brodin and Mikael Granlund
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11-06-2012, 05:45 PM
Progress to the Mean
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Originally Posted by Minnesota View Post
I don't think it's wise to label any prospect as "safe."

But that's just me.
I said safest, not bulletproof. There are always worst case scenarios that could apply (bad injury, cancer, etc), but Brodin is in the top tier of safe because of his skating and IQ. He had already adapted well to a more offensively aggressive system in the AHL after...Did it even take him a game?

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