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12-31-2012, 11:42 AM
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Originally Posted by TYLENOL View Post
Well, im saying that because he's small and i believe that in the NHL on a small team like the canadiens that is still going to lack size and strenght, a guy like drouin would be more of the same. Assuming we draft high, with the talent their is in the draft, a guy like Mackinnon or Barkov would suit the habs better. Size wins stanley cups, look at the bruins and the kings
That doesn't make him fragile.

Plus the Habs are an average sized team. Taking a potential top 5 pick(assuming Drouin MacKinnon Barkov etc) based on size is as ridiculous as it gets. If you can get a star or superstar you take him at any size and build a team around him.

Drouin is actually heavier than Mackinnon by about 5 lbs and they have a half inch to an inch difference in height...again ridiculous. We should base our drafts on the Lightning's 2000-2005 draft philosophy of size first...

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/draft/t...r00008385.html

Boston won with goaltending more than anything else. A bunch of their best players were average to small in those playoffs...Bergeron Krejci Marchand Recchi.

LA won with strong goaltending, mobile defense and a deep group of forwards. They did have some size up front but also some smaller guys that produced.

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