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11-29-2013, 05:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Watsatheo View Post
http://dropyourgloves.com/Fights/Fig...x?Player=59645

Decent fighter that looks to have had a ridiculous turnaround in his game over the summer. He's also captain so I guess has dat 'character'.

How does he compare to Stefan Fournier?
Fournier is more "skilled" offensively. Nevins is very simple: forechecks, backchecks, hits hard and often, fights (and he actually draws/wins the majority of those fights, against top HW), works hard, blocks shots, crashes the net/goalie. I don't know his potential since he is a big surprise this season. He could become pretty much anything from an ECHLer to Brandon Prust... But since the future is already known, I would say that he should become a bottom-6 foward in the AHL with a few games in the NHL in his prime, in a bad team. As a Habs fan, I would like Nevins to have an AHL contract, not a NHL two-way deal.


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Originally Posted by Prusty8 View Post
Goon?

Jack Nevins isn't a goon. He's not nearly to be a heavyweight fighter, an enforcer, or whatever you call that. An average AHL goon would tear up any opposition in the Q. Nevins is an average fighter in the Q.

Jack Nevins is closer to a Ryan White kind of player.
Not the junior player that White was, but I agree.

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