Alex Galchenyuk Thread 8.0 - "Time on Ice" Edition
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01-04-2013, 08:36 AM
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I think the better question is. What will 3more months hurt? There is no potential downside imo of sending a Jr player back to junior after missing an entire season of potential development. He still has holes that are better suited to be worked on in jr than learning on the job in Montreal.
His knee still needs to be tested completely, before putting him in a schedule that will see him play four games a week against stronger men.
I think there's a lot of potential downside... He could develop bad habits, become lackadaisical, uninterested, etc.
It's quite clear he's too good for that level...
As far as he said knee.... Don't know why people keep bringing this up, it's been over 1 year since he got injured, it's not an issue anymore
The only concern I have is the schedule... But that's why you manage his ice time
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