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02-07-2013, 12:02 PM
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Stopthebooing
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Burmi needs to learn to read the play better in the offensive zone. His only goal, and most of his scoring opportunities this year are huge individual efforts. He somehow needs to find a way to get easier scoring chances, and find "soft spots" on the ice. At his size, if he's gonna rely on working the corners and boards for his chances, he'll never produce offensively.
Love his defense, but to be worthy of a top 10 draft selection he needs to take his offense up a notch.

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