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11-20-2012, 09:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Steelheads101 View Post
I would very much agree with your assessment of him. I think that he's done well on this team because he definately played the style of Cameron (quiet responsible....somewhat boring defenseman) and now still for Boyd who has pretty much continued that style. From my understanding, it wasn't until the Memorial Cup that people really noticed him. He's done well in the OHL, but I'm not so sure that he's going to be strong enough or tough enough for the NHL.
A player can improve his feet through training as well as get stronger through a commitment to off-ice training and diet. What you can't teach is his commitment to his own end, his propensity to not panic and his team-first approach.

Just my two cents.

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