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05-29-2013, 09:43 PM
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Originally Posted by icu View Post
No, you're wrong.

Anything a player does before the NHL, means absolutely nothing.

If your logic had an ounce of merit, then there would be no such thing as a bust.

Jamie Storr won back to back gold medals in the juniors, but did not win a damn thing at the NHL.

All that matters is what you do at the NHL level, not what you did in the minor league. There's a reason for why it's called the minor league.
You miss the salient point. Everything you do at all levels of hockey previous to the NHL contributes to a player's experience and competitive nature.

What you really mean is that you don't give a damn what a player does at more junior levels. In reality it is important though.

Why do you think first round picks are much more successful than seconds, and so on down the line?

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