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01-14-2013, 01:59 PM
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Originally Posted by HF Article View Post
With the majority of their prospects either playing at the college level, overseas, or already making the jump to pro hockey, the Tampa Bay Lightning have just five prospects playing junior hockey.

Outside of 2012 first round pick Slater Koekkoek (who has not quite lived up to expectations himself this season), none of the remaining four are considered top-flight prospects. There is however certainly some intriguing players out of the bunch with real NHL potential.


Cedric Paquette, C, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada
Acquired: 4th round (101st overall) in 2012

A big, physical center, Paquette caught the attention of the Lightning with his performance during last year's QMJHL playoffs, during which he finished second on the team in scoring with 17 points through just 11 games. read more

Jesus christ a monkey could do a better job. Can you just stop posting this garbage here.

A defenseman on the worst team in the league that has been top 10 in dman scoring for the entire year is performing under expectations?

And aside from him we have no one of note? Interesting. Kucherov was arguably one of the best players at the WJC and has been lightning up his junior league.

Thats just for starters.

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