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02-26-2013, 02:38 PM
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BrimStone64
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The Montreal Canadiens' prospects as a group have shown solid improvement to their overall games this season. Some players have struggled with injuries and finding their games again but most of the group are exceeding their play of last year. The organization's depth and skill in their talent pool is probably the best it's been in quite some time.



Alex Galchenyuk and Brendan Gallagher have surprised Canadiens fans with their stellar play at the NHL level and have been a big part of the team's early success this season. Gabriel Dumont and Magnus Nygren are new to the list, having made big jumps in their development so far this year while Louis Leblanc has struggled through an injury and is having a bit of a setback in his growth towards being an NHL player. read more



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I like these rankings better than the future watch rankings. Except for Hudon. He should be at 10 and Holland at 13. Hudon has such natural smarts for game...he should develop much more than Holland. Hudon been by himself on most nights

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