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01-08-2013, 10:42 AM
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Few quotes from Therrien in Eric Engels article.

"We drafted him as a big centre, and that's what we want him to be," quipped Therrien.

I prodded further by asking whether or not Galchenyuk needed to be one of the best centres in camp, or just one of the best twelve forwards in order to stick. His answer:

"Nothing wrong with starting on the fourth line."

Which was almost true, if not for the fact that he told 98.5 FM's Martin Maguire right before that, that a young forward must get at least "12 minutes of ice-time/game for it to be worth it".

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