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2013-14 Adirondack Phantoms (AHL), ECHL, NCAA, Juniors, International, etc. part III
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02-18-2014, 10:00 AM
Join Date: Jun 2008
Would like to see Morin have another good camp and more preseason action next year. Like someone else said give him those 9 games, then make a decision. St Louis took it's time with Pietrangelo, look how that worked out. He stepped in after his junior years and immediately is a game changer.
Another year wouldn't hurt Morin, but if he is ready for the league let him stay. Every big defender will have their problems with shifty smaller forwards in every league, it's a growing pain. If that is the main concern for Morin, we are looking at a great player then. He does look like he will have a NHL shot and first pass though. Skating isn't an issue as well as defense(although it will always have room to get better). Hardest shot in the Q will look awesome on our back end soon enough. Over 100 MPH is a tough shot to stop(see Pete Weber) and it's not that bad in terms of accuracy.
Time will tell what we have but I am excited for him. Big time potential and extremely encouraging that scouts are saying he could become a monster #1
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