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03-01-2013, 11:45 PM
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Wonder if he'll scrap when he finally gets out of the US system. Ambidextrous and with his size, he could do some damage.
Yep I wonder the same thing. Could be a good thing but then his injury was said to have weakened his wrist for a long time so it could go either way. He has good size speed and skills. Right now his drawback to me is consistency. Not just scoring but playing a solid 60mins of hockey game in and game out.
He can produce but he has a way to go before he plays up to his potential in every zone.
When he does I like him for a second liner who hits grinds and plays well in front of the net.
Oh and your last article/assessments were great again. I still see Nik Des as developing along in a solid manner and becoming (eventually) a very good NHL Dman. He won't see the NHL for a few more years but thats alright.
He'll make it eventually.
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