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2012-2013 Rangers Prospects Thread (Player Stats in Post #1; Updated 12/5)
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12-04-2012, 10:13 PM
DROP THE PUCK
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I definitely agree that's playing into it, good call. The depth also has kept Skjei off of special teams for the most part (especially PP). I'm not going to be shocked either way with him, it comes down to camp.
Ultimately you're most likely going to have Reilly, Skjei, McCabe, and Seiloff fighting for 2 spots. You can make a case for any of them.
He hasn't gotten much PP time. But he does get PK time.
And there have been times he's getting top four minutes. I saw it a couple of weeks ago.
The second week of the NCAA season, I believe it was, when he got rocked, mind you having the frame of mind to take that hit while ensuring his team maintained puck possession. He lost a bit of early momentum. I don't care what anyone says, it took him a couple of weeks to get over that hit. His brain took a rattle. And he missed about a week of playing time because of it.
The kid is very smart out there. He started to bounce back from that injury.
He will be fine. Allow him to establish himself.
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