Thread: Prospect Info: Bruins Prospect Thread Part V
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11-15-2013, 09:49 AM
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The guy obviously knows his way around the offensive zone, is not afraid to drop the gloves, and is a good teammate and a hard worker. It amazes me that guys like him and Seth Griffith didnt get drafted in their draft class because they score. Seth is just breaking in but he looks like he has a strong chance to follow in Fraser's steps of scoring at a noticeable pace.

Boston may not be the place for Matt but I remember them saying that about Geoff Courtnall, and next thing you know, injuries happen and Courtnall is playing and scoring- and then he is traded but not before going on a ridiculous pace that would have had him 40 in Boston and he was more than half way there. Courtnall of course could skate well but Fraser hopefully will get his chance somewhere if not here- guys that can score, compete, and are of good character should succeed.

I was all over him this summer but I've done a 180 not that my opinion matters much, but good to see and like hearing blurbs 'good guy, plays hard, great shot' from people around the team.

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