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03-03-2013, 12:56 PM
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Originally Posted by ErnieLeafs View Post
To be honest, I don't think there are any. I think Joe Colborne is the best of the bunch down there, in terms of forwards. He's got solid two-way potential, as a smart, defensively conscious, playmaking pivot.

Outside of that, our best offensive hopes lie in the still developing prospects in Junior/NCAA ranks.

I think we're going to be pleasantly surprised with some of the guys with less exposure. I've had a couple viewings of MacWilliam and Knodel in action, and MacWilliam is definitely farther along, but the ceiling for Knodel is much higher, as a BIG two-way D-man. Knodel will benefit greatly from some face time with Barbara Underhill. When he smooths out the skating, he's going to be a really solid player.
MacWilliam and Knodel will both be 23 this year.

Hopefully going full term in College is going to be the answer for these guys.

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