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01-17-2013, 10:01 PM
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Now having watched the game, that wasn't Dziurzynski's strongest game. The biggest thing he has to work on at this point is consistency. Some games he is really fast out there, skating hard and showing strong offensive potential, making high quality passes, reading the play well and stick handling through multiple defendors to get a shot off. When he plays like this, he shows the potential to be another Curtiss Glencross or showing similar ability to that of Colin Greening. Other games he is very physical making big hits, getting involved in scrums and fights. When he plays like this he shows the potential to be another Chris Neil. Then other games he just looks very mediocre; he looks a bit sluggish with his skating, he is fumbling or over skating the puck and not really engaged physically. When he plays like this, I can see why many fans may question his NHL upside.

As Tim Murray said at the start of the year when they signed Dzurzynski he was a very raw player. In his first year in Binghamton they felt that he could use some time in the ECHL but they kept him around. Then he started to develop and refine his game to the point this season where he looks like he has a decent shot of becoming an NHL player. As long as he becomes more consistent with his play he could be an NHL player as soon as next season.

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