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12-19-2012, 12:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Scurr View Post
I agree. While he won't be able to rush the puck the same way in the pros, the skating/stickhandling/vision that is takes for him to do it at lower levels will certainly be an asset in pro hockey.

This is an interesting debate you guys are having. On one hand it's a lot easier to teach positioning and defensive play than it is to teach size, skating and physical ability. On the other hand, you can't teach a dummy much at all. Like most things I feel like balance is key.
Well we can only a hope a player who was accepted to one of the world's most prestigious Universities isn't a dummy.

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