Cool. Will be interesting to see where he lands to start next season. Hopefully he'll manage to land himself an AHL job, as a guy with that blend of size/skill would probably be a good fit alongside some of our smaller skill guys. If he can continue to develop as a physical presence, i'd be interested in seeing him alongside a guy like Schroeder at some point. But that could be down the road a ways, depending on how he makes the transition to the pro game.
Well, good for Anthony. He had to produce this year to get a contract, and he stepped up. Going to be tough for him to make the AHL next year, though.
I dunno about that... The kid has a big frame at 6'2, and isn't light at 190lbs. That alone may be his ticket to MAKE the team, even as a 4th liner. Will he have problems getting offensive production? Certainly. But I think Anthony is a player that will make the NHL one day as more than just a 4th line plug. He was once touted as a highly regarded prospect back before his draft year, then he dropped significantly due to off ice issues (which led to a lack of production). He seems to be playing pretty good now though, so maybe that's all behind him.