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02-04-2013, 09:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Justinov View Post
He has now 21G 21A in 45 games, so he is consistent with no long slumps in his production. (But again Portland is so dominant that could be the reason why?).
We can just hope that he starts growing soon...... but otherwise you are right around 2nd-3rd round. With sudden bulk it could increase his ranking a great deal.

I think that a lot of his goals are PP goals, so if any team wants a "specialist" he seems like a good pick!
The Danish national team could also really need that in the future, since PP often have been a problem for us.
Haha let's hope he becomes a PP superstar at least for Denmark

I have no Idea where a Guy like Bjorkstrand would fit in the NHL???

Him being the best Rookie in the W atm, is big.. But Leon Draisaitl aint far behind, and hes a draft class younger and on a much worse team.

Originally Posted by Kevin Forbes View Post
For reference on his size, his father was listed at 5-10/196 and his brother is listed at 6-0/192.

Bjorkstrand already measures at 5'10.75, but is only 166 pounds. So it's more a matter of adding strength and muscle.
Your right about that, but his father is really short and skinny.. Good for big ice, but not small ice.

His brother is actually not small, so let's hope he follows his genome coding

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