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01-20-2013, 04:50 PM
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Looked ok yesterday, didn't do anything special but still outperformed a lot of players. His shot is what will make him dangerous in the NHL. Still, he'll need to put up more scoring chances in order to stay up, otherwise going back to junior to finish the year could be the better course, especially if it's clear that this team will continue to stink it up.

Personally, I do not think it would be the end of the world to send him back. Sarnia isn't chopped liver, if continues to dominate then he could end up playing meaningful hockey longer than in Montreal this year. Get him prepared throughout the post-season and get him ready for opening night next year.

Edit: But first things first, four games to go.

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