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11-30-2013, 10:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Josh3217 View Post
McGrattan used to get pounded in the AHL his first few years, by everyone. Now hes the best fighter in the league IMO. I assume when McIlrath ever gets his shot hes gonna get pounded a lot by some of the bigger guys in the league.
I don't know that he'll be getting "pounded" at all. Maybe John Scott? With McIlrath's strength and reach he'll hold his own even against the top heavies. What will be more important is his adjustment to the speed of NHL forwards.

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