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01-06-2013, 04:12 PM
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First of all I would like to say that I'm extremely happy that hockey is finally back. I'm pumped to see how our prospects develop within the next two to three years. With that being said I feel that they have no choice but to give grigs at least a tryout this year. He has showed improvements defensively and continued to dominate offensively. His passing and vision is among the best out of any prospect on any team in the nhl. I would seriously love to see him play along side of either vanek or pominville, maybe both. I see no reason why they wouldn't give him a few games in the nhl. Worst case scenario he isn't ready and they send him back but it leaves him with a better idea of what it is like to play in the nhl and where he needs to improve. If he's not ready he's darn close so a tryout will NOT hurt his development.

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