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09-30-2006, 01:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Edge View Post
I think he's gotta play out his junior eligability and then play a season in the AHL before he makes a serious challange for a roster spot, but that's as of right now.

Depending on how he develops this year will go a long way in setting a slightly more reliable time table.

He's an offensive forward who could be very useful in the new NHL.

He's not as one dimensional as he's been labeled, I think his problems come from that he is still learning the physical aspects of the game and maturing physically. If he can learn those aspects, the physical side will take care of itself and he'll be in good shape. But that is the main area to watch right now.

I personally like the pick, especially for where he was taken. He's got some issues he needs to work on. I think he's got a higher upside than other prospects, but he's also got more pieces that need to fall into place. But at the 21 spot where he was drafted, you really can't hope for a better shot at getting a player.
dont u mean offensive dman

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