1. How good are his chances of making the Panthers lineup this season?
2. Has his defense improved at all?
3. Any point predictions from those who've seen him play?
The following is from the HF website written this past April
Krajicek slides from third to seventh based on the strong seasons of those ahead of him rather than his own difficulties. Krajicek was one of the more steady offensive producers in San Antonio, scoring two goals and compiling 21 helpers for a season point total of 23. Krajicek has had a solid, but unspectacular season in the AHL and continues to show signs of getting closer to being prepared for full-time NHL action.
Krajicek is a good skating blueliner at 6'2, around 200 lbs, and has good passing abilities. One of the more offensively talented defensive prospects in the AHL this season, Krajicek spent much of the year honing his defensive game, although he is among the worst on the team with a -13 rating right now. This stat, however, is at least partially indicative of the quantity of ice time Krajicek has logged this season. He is a top four defender with good offensive skill. If his defensive game can improve, Krajicek's usefulness to the Panthers will go up exponentially.