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01-01-2013, 07:12 PM
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Psuhockey
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Originally Posted by FLYguy3911 View Post
What makes you think that? Haven't heard much about him.
He has held his own as a toothpick freshman getting pretty good minutes at Cornell. According to reports, he moved the puck pretty well at prospect camp. He just fits the profile as some one who could make it as a late round guy: good frame, good mobility, moves the puck well from a lower league who just needs to add weight and experience. He hasn't look out of place as a freshman which is a good sign. The biggest jump for successful NCAA prospects is from freshman to sophomore so next year will really be a good indicator. No real insight, just a hunch from what I read when comparing to past successful guys.

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