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03-02-2013, 03:57 PM
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Some have their hearts in the right place, they are just not thinking it through.

Yes, Montreal can and if possible draft size. But it has to be size with SKATING ABILITY or else it isn't going to fit the organization. Jarred Tinordi is a great skater for his size. That's why he fit for Timmins.

When was the last time Montreal drafted a small player with a top 90 pick? It's rare. Montreal has a lot of luck finding small players with low picks. That's all.

I can definitely see Montreal packaging a few picks together to move up, but they won't move up any closer than #10-15. If a player is on their radar they can now move up for that player.

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