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03-30-2013, 10:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Psuhockey View Post
I say give him another year to build up strength. College has less games and more gym time. If he is as good as he looks as far as NHL potential, he wont be spending a lot of time in the AHL.
He also gets another year of college trainers too if he goes back. The common misconception is that he's going to suddenly start packing on the pounds due to the college schedule. The AHL schedule is very conducive to developing physically. They don't really play many games during the week. There's plenty of time to train, he'll have professional trainers, a professional regimen, and he won't have to balance schoolwork. Most importantly, he'll have double the games to develop his on-ice game which in the long run is most important.

Gaudreau schools Coburn BTW. His toe drag is unstoppable. Silky mitts that kid has.

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