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05-19-2013, 01:11 AM
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Originally Posted by lakai17 View Post
In nearly 13 years of owning the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League, Mark Hunter has seen a number of players go from his organization to NHL stardom, among them Patrick Kane, John Tavares, Corey Perry and Rick Nash, so he has a pretty solid grasp of what it takes for a player to make it to the big time.

And when he watches defenseman Nikita Zadorov, he sees another player ready to make that leap.

"He's got all the tools to play in the National Hockey League and all the tools to be a real good National Hockey League player," Hunter said. "The sky's the limit for this young man. Really is. He's got a great future ahead of him."

I for one know whom we're selecting next month.
Or he's just a junior coach/owner pumping up his players to the media so that he can graduate high 1st round draft picks and his own program looks better for incoming American and import players and he can keep winning and making a ton of money.

I've sort of developed this feeling based on 30 years or so worth of actions that Dale and Mark Hunter aren't exactly perfectly altruistic human beings.

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