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12-14-2012, 10:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Zeroknowledge View Post
Realistically, I think Beaulieu will end up as a 2nd or 3rd pairing D-man that plays on the first power play pairing. He will have a similar career as players such as Derek Morris and Keith Ballard, hopefully his offense will maintin because both saw their numbers decline after the initial 5 or so years.

On the other hand if his defensive game improves, not necessarily into something amazing, simply as a player that is not prone to mistakes and is able to properly use his size to his advantage than he will have the chance to become a good number 2.
That's quite a range of predictions. Realistically a 3rd pairing D-man? That would be disappointing as just last year his potential wasn't realistically seen as low as a bottom pairing D. Just because it takes time for prospects to develop to me doesn't warrant setting predictions at rock bottom.

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