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03-26-2013, 11:23 PM
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I don't expect much from Galchenyuk this year. He's got nothing to prove in OHL, he's shown he's mature for his age. Just turn 19, remember he had a year off because of injury so technically he's 17. He needs to learn to play defensive zone which MT is letting him do and you see he's good at it, soon he'll be learn the offensive side of things. Galchenyuk will be a #1 center in year 3.

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