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09-29-2013, 11:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Tawnos View Post
It's easy to see how Hrivik and Kreider might both be better served, in long-term development, by being in the AHL to start the year. Callahan is probably coming back in the first week or two of the season, it sounds like, so Pyatt might still be without a spot. The question is, who is the 13th forward right now? Is it Pyatt or is it Asham?
Hrivik would have been playing on the 3rd line which is perfect for him.
I hope they kept Pyatt so he can be traded when Callahan and Hagelin are ready.

Originally Posted by dethomas07 View Post
yupp... Hrivik surprised me, played a good game, and is someone going into this camp didnt think he was high on the rangers prospect, but deff opened my eyes..

Kreider, has effort issues.. guy picks and chooses when to skate, and as a rookie or young player he needs a fire lite under his ass, bc he shows glimpses of brilliance and we all know he has a ton of skill.. its not so much about stats, but effort and effectiveness (isn't engaged in the game like Miller/Hags etc)
Consistency is the last hurdle in a prospect's development.
Kreider shows flashes but needs to bring it every night. More time in the AHL will help him get to that level, one hopes.

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