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02-18-2013, 02:23 PM
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Now that must have been awkward to read. What I mean is that players
that are bigger that average in junior, may be more vulnerable to injuries at
the pro level. Both Lindros brothers, and Keith Primeau had major concussion
issues. Pronger as well. Players that are big and good in junior, but neither
stronger than average, or better than average, at the NHL level would then
be the most vulnerable group. Maybe someone like Benoit Poulliot is an
example of that sort of player, although I'm not commenting on his injury
history. It's obviously not specific to any one player.

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