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03-21-2013, 01:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Ziggy Stardust View Post
Dwight King split his first season with the Reign and Monarchs and spent three seasons in the minors before earning his call up. Same goes for Jordan Nolan. Trevor Lewis spent parts of four seasons with the Monarchs before earning a full time spot on the Kings roster, and he was a former 1st round pick. Voynov was a high 2nd rounder and spent four seasons in Manchester before he earned a permanent spot on the team.

So I guess Holloway is entitled to more than those players.
Dwight King was in his second full pro season when he got a call up in 2010-11. Ditto with Nolan. Second full pro season when he got his call up in 2011-12. Same thing with Lewis. In his second full pro season when he got a call up in 2008-09. Holloway played 3 full pro seasons without a call up. The only one of that group that shows the point you were trying to make is Voynov, who was in his fourth full pro season when he got his call up (probably should also note that since Voynov was still on his ELC he couldn't have left unless he had the Kings blessing).


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