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12-18-2012, 12:43 AM
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Originally Posted by ColonialsHockey10 View Post
He's too skilled to not produce. He's the exact type of player they lack right now in CT, a pure skill center.

I also think his points on the PP are a bit misleading in a negative way. The top unit runs 5 forwards in Edmonton, he is going to be playing long shifts in the offensive zone with plenty of opportunity to score (they have the best PP in the WHL by a decent margin). When your top 3 defenseman are Griffin Reinhardt, David Musil, and Keegan Lowe, 3 defensive defensemen, and there is such a big drop off after your top 6 in offense, St. Croix is looking at long shifts on the PP. Edmonton apparently hasn't hit their stride yet as well. When they do look out.
They're 22-7-2. What exactly is hitting their stride?

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