Thread: Prospect Info: Kings Prospects in the CHL/College
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03-01-2013, 11:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Josh Deitell View Post
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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