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07-02-2013, 09:25 AM
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^^^ A generational talent could score 150+ points in the Q. The top scoring forwards last year scored 110 points. Tolchinsky played in the OHL anyways, (top scorer had 109 points) and was the 3rd highest rookie scorer behind Connor McDavid and Nikolay Goldobin.
Not that he doesn't have a long ways to go, just saying I think your comparisons and expectations are off. The Q isn't the super high scoring league it used to be compared to the other CHL leagues
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So why did Tolchinsky want undrafted? From what I have read about him it's just doesn't make any sense to me. Must be something else than just his size.
It is kind of strange unless there are "character concerns", since he played in the CHL last year, did pretty well, and is a skilled player. You'd think someone would have taken him in the 7th round or something.
Maybe he also measures out smaller than his stated stats and teams have big concerns about his ability to play in a bigger league
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