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12-20-2012, 08:39 PM
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Well we have the 3 guys that were rated by most to be the top player in their draft at the time of their draft and to this point that hasn't been proven wrong albeit it's still early in their careers. Then we have Eberle who is the farthest ahead in his development and arguably has the best hands of the group. Then lastly Schultz who has a ton of skill and who reads the play exceptionally well in the O zone. I don't care if people want to accept it or not, we have
5 future potential allstar caliber players
that will lace 'em up for us the next time that the NHL starts up as long as the league isn't blown up.
Well if you mean post season all stars there are 10 spots every year.
I'll say the group of 5 gets less than 5 of those spots over their careers. You want the over?
If you mean making the all star game then that's more reasonable IMO.
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