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12-15-2003, 10:02 PM
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Originally Posted by wasting time
Just to play devil's advocate here, haven't there been quite a number of guys who become scoring leaders in their final years of junior, but never translate that to the pros? A function of being the most experienced, senior, etc. and getting the ice time?

e.g. Nathan Barrett?
He was an unsigned overager when he put up his good numbers in his last year of junior.

That happens a lot too, decent Junior players go unsigned so they play as an overager (start the year at 20 and are usually 21 at seasons end) and put up really good numbers.

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