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02-13-2013, 12:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Professor John Frink View Post
But again, a lot of what will allow him to be a solid pro is to be ready physically for the toll the pro's will take.

No one doubts his offensive ability, but that doesn't make him a suitable pro alone. He just needs time to grow into his body. No sense in signing him or pushing him into an AHL role when there is no need to do so.
Originally Posted by DuckJet View Post
I'm actually gonna agree with this. I think Kerdiles needs more time in the NCAA, but if Roy is playing this well as a freshman straight out of the USHL, I mean, is there really that much that the NCAA can teach him that the AHL can't?
this. he's shown he's capable offensively so far. but he could really benefit from a lighter schedule to physically develop. if he puts in a full year to just working out and getting stronger, i think that could be great for his development.

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