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04-30-2013, 04:23 PM
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Originally Posted by token grinder View Post
We have plenty of veteran mentors. What you can't teach is experience and man strength. We are young the way it is. Trying to pencil in a 18 and a 19 year old is not going to work out well, esp where people think they SHOULD be playing.

Maybe have one in a top 6 role and one on a 4th line, although more of an offensicve 4th line. for example Smith centering one of the kids and a guy like spaling. Can be sound in their own end and out out in high leverage situations. also gives the ability to swap them if needed.
Sure we have a few veterans...but effective goal/point scorers that can be mentors to mold an elite prospect? Not in my opinion.

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