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01-12-2013, 07:37 AM
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Originally Posted by wingman22 View Post
I am sure all of us know a few NHL rs. They look a lot bigger on the ice then in person. Jeff Skinner for example, there are many other. It's not so much as size but strength. The game is played on the ice with equipment not parading around the rink in skives.

Point made.

Chewer, give us your mock draft if season finished today. Keep Yan Nakita and Day in draft even though those thee IMO are doubtful.

It's always fun to critique.
Jeff Skinner is pretty solid actually, I am a strength coach and i do a ton of the YSE minor Midgets and lean is the new thing thats in. Players must be strong, but also elite athletes therefore the can not be huge. Foot speed is important and endurance. Jeff is low to the ground and pretty stalky. Most players would be lucky to have his build.

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