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01-15-2013, 09:30 PM
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well Dougie Hamilton didn't impress me at all at the juniors and he was drafted the same year. Let him time to developp i think next year he will come the camp confident and might make the team, he has turnover problems but nothing that cannot be solved.
I like the fact that he has mean aspect in his game
he is not the guy that hits a lot but when he does he dishes out a good hit.
He is far from being soft, i think he has the potential to be a 40-50 points 1st paring two way dman a la Brian Campbell.
I wish he would hit more though. The purpose of hitting is not always to hurt the player, you do it to stop the opponent. Beaulieu is much too passive in this regard in the defensive zone. He needs to use his body to break up plays more, and you don't have to be a physical beast to do it. Gorges and Diaz are good examples of guys who are not huge but aren't afraid to throw their bodies in the way to disrupt a play. Beaulieu needs to take a lesson from these guys.
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