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03-03-2012, 07:28 PM
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Does he have any chance of making the big league full time next season?

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A chance. But I'm sure he'll be in the AHL to start the year.

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Does he have any chance of making the big league full time next season?
He'll get some time when the inevitable injuries come, but he'll almost surely start in the AHL.

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Does he have any chance of making the big league full time next season?
Indications are that he may see some time in Houston, but that he's pretty close. Time adjusting to the game and the grind of being a professional in the AHL is never a bad thing.

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I'm just excited that one of our choices for a Call-up will be Coyle (and probably Larsson) and not just Peters or Ortmeyer or Rau.

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I certainly hope he spends next year in the AHL. The kid needs to learn to be nasty. He only has 2 PIMS so far with St. Johns, and this includes some games where there was a ton of fiestiness. If he doesn't get tougher, he will get destroyed in the NHL.


(note I am not saying he needs to turn into Kassian, but at least he needs to be fiesty like Broadz can be.)

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Will Phillips go to houston too then? That'd be nice

Hopin Granlund, Larsson, and Brodin are all with the Wild next year

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03-04-2012, 12:18 PM
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Will Phillips go to houston too then? That'd be nice

Hopin Granlund, Larsson, and Brodin are all with the Wild next year
According to Fletcher, he expects to have 7 of our top prospects "turn pro." Those would be Granlund, Brodin, Coyle, Phillips, Zucker, Bulmer, and Larsson.

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