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01-15-2014, 10:02 AM
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Originally Posted by Appleyard View Post
There are a few big guys he plays against in the NCAA... he practices vs Eli Lichtenwald all the time and he is 6'6 and 240 pounds.

But not as many who are also good hockey players compared to the pros.

The biggest forwards on most teams seem to be 6'2 to 6'3 and 200-220 pounds... but there are not many of them.

Biggest 3 forwards on teams Ghost plays regularly:

Bowling Green: Adam Berkle, 6'3 and 200, Matthew Pohlkamp, 6'1 and 195, Camden Wojtala, 6'2 and 190.
Brown: Garnet Hathaway, 6'2 and 215, Zack Pryzbek, 6'4 and 210, Joe Prescott, 6'2 and 195.
Colgate: Tim Harrison, 6'3 and 200, Kyle Baun, 6'2 and 205, Michael Borkowski, 6'0 and 180.
Connecticut: Cody Sharib, 6'2 and 220, Brant Harris, 6'1 and 205, Trevor Gerling, 6'0 and 205.
Cornell: Josh McCarron, 6'2 and 230, Christian Hilbrich, 6'6 and 220, Brian Ferlin, 6'2 and 205.
Darmouth: Brandon McNally, 6'2 and 220, Brad Schierhorn, 6'3 and 205, Jesse Beamish, 6'2 and 205.
Harvard: Brian Hart, 6'3 and 215, David Valek, 6'2 and 210, Jimmy Vesey 6'1 and 200.
Lake Superior: Matt Johnson, 6'2 and 205, Alex Globke, 6'2 ad 205, Colin Campbell, 6'1 and 200.
Penn State: Zach Saar, 6'4 and 220, Casey Bailey, 6'3 and 200, Curtis Loik 6'1 and 205.
Princeton: Jack Berger, 6'3 and 220, Ryan Siiro, 6'2 and 220, Eric Carlson, 6'3 and 215.
Quinnipiac: Bryce Van Brabant, 6'3 and 210, Jordan Samuels-Thomas, 6'4 and 190, Tim Clifton, 6'1 and 185.
RPI: Michael Zalewski, 6'2 and 210, Milos Bubela, 6'2 and 190, Mark McGowan, 6'1 and 210.
St. Cloud: Cory Thorson, 6'2 and 205, Nic Dowd, 6'2 and 200, Jonny Brodzinski, 6'1 and 200.
St. Lawrence: Woodruff Hudson, 6'3 and 215, Gunnar Hughes, 6'1 and 205, Chris Martin, 6'1 and 200.
Yale: John Hayden, 6'3 and 210, Frankie DiChiara, 6'2 and 220, Kenny Agostino, 6'1 and 205.

And as you can imagine only about half of these guys are good hockey players to boot... and like 10~ who have a shot at the NHL.
Yeah, that's what I was expecting. Because of his size, it is really hard to gauge his abilities at the NCAA level. Being 30-40 pounds lighter and an inch or two shorter in the NCAA is a lot different than being 30-40 (or more) pounds lighter and an inch or two (or more) shorter in the NHL.

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