We're not really the "youngest" team
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02-01-2013, 07:52 PM
Join Date: Feb 2012
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I think of 7 years into your career, isn't young in the way it's being used. a 25 year old isn't a young improving player, that's a player who has hit his prime and is maintaining his level of play or declining.
Kopita, M. Staal, Crosby, Price, Ryan, Setoguchi, J. Johnson are all 25.
They're not young developing players, they're players who've hit their prime and will play at the same level for awhile before they begin to decline.
Also, with our club, we're not 25 years old, the age is really distributed, and won't have our team's core in it's prime at once.
Have you watched the last few games??? Because I dont think a Guy like Matt Frattin has peaked. lupul and Grabo would also like to say hello.
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