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07-27-2010, 04:13 PM
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Hoffman is a 24 November 89 birthday. Eligible for the 2008 entry draft, in which he was passed. Each player I listed was taken that year hence none were 91s. He is part of the same hockey age group (89s and 90s) as all of those players.
He's not allowed back in major junior, the rest are. Sam Gagner, Jim O'B, That is what I would consider an age group. Adam, Cormier, etc., they are his draft group.

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Instead of talking stats and leagues how about you give a talent analysis and share why you think he couldn;t have success in the NHL? I think that would prove to be a much better exercise than continually bashing the Q.
http://allhabs.blogspot.com/2010/07/...-born-nhl.html


take a look at that, I found it while looking for stats about the Q. I know its a blog, but I found it quite interesting.

I like goalies that come out of the Q, but in recent years, I try not to get my hopes up on forwards coming out of the Q (Crosby is an exception)

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take a look at that, I found it while looking for stats about the Q. I know its a blog, but I found it quite interesting.

I like goalies that come out of the Q, but in recent years, I try not to get my hopes up on forwards coming out of the Q (Crosby is an exception)
I'm going to read this as it seems interesting but just after reading the title I need to point something out.

Crisis in the Q: A Study of Quebec-born NHL players

Mike Hoffman
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Born Nov 24 1989 -- Kitchener, ONT
Height 5.11 -- Weight 175 -- Shoots L

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I'm going to read this as it seems interesting but just after reading the title I need to point something out.

Crisis in the Q: A Study of Quebec-born NHL players

Mike Hoffman
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Born Nov 24 1989 -- Kitchener, ONT
Height 5.11 -- Weight 175 -- Shoots L
I meant to write that ... I know he is from Kitchener, I mentioned earlier that he had been passed up in numerous OHL drafts ... should have clarified.

The Europeans are the ones that are predominately drafted out of the Q ...

Like I said, I hope Hoffman is a "late bloomer" but I don't hold my breath for it

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