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04-17-2013, 11:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Georgia Panther View Post
From what I've seen so far, and he's not getting big minutes nor playing on a line with offensively productive players, I think it may be a year or two before Bjugstad is the impact offensive player we think he can be. From what I've seen, the size advantage he had in College isn't the same in the NHL and he must develop his other skills to be the impact player in the NHL that he was in College. This is not a knock and should have been expected but I don't think the Panthers can count on him to be an offensive force next season.
You needed to create a thread to state the obvious?

Did anyone expect Bjugstad to come up and start tearing things up?

From what I've seen at BB&T - he looks big out there. His strength is obvious - even against NHL men - when he takes the body it's generally the opposing player who gets the worst of it... and it's only going to get better.

In a couple of years, I think this guy is going to create major headaches for opposing teams.

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