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11-30-2003, 10:37 AM
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Remember- you can email or PM me any time if you have questions. If I don't know the answer then, I'll get it.

Also- keep an eye on Vaclav Meidl (Plymouth- OHL). He's the atypical Euro who loves to hit and initiate contact. If he can demonstrate the skills and consistency, he could break into the first round.
Do you think the potential for transfer fee extortion will somewhat dampen the demand for Russian prospects?

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I think it's premature and actually misleading to label Stafford as a power forward. There is a reason as to why most do not rank him with the likes of Pineault and Olesz. He can bang and he can score, but he does not project to be an elite scorer in my eyes. But a solid second-line type he can certainly become.

Booth is a bit similar in this respect as well, but few define him as a power forward.

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I think it's premature and actually misleading to label Stafford as a power forward. There is a reason as to why most do not rank him with the likes of Pineault and Olesz. He can bang and he can score, but he does not project to be an elite scorer in my eyes. But a solid second-line type he can certainly become.

Booth is a bit similar in this respect as well, but few define him as a power forward.
so would you consider stafford to be a hartnell type player? if that's the case, he'd look very nice in the spoked B

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I think it's premature and actually misleading to label Stafford as a power forward. There is a reason as to why most do not rank him with the likes of Pineault and Olesz. He can bang and he can score, but he does not project to be an elite scorer in my eyes. But a solid second-line type he can certainly become.

Booth is a bit similar in this respect as well, but few define him as a power forward.
I stand by my assessment.

I feel that Stafford has power forward potential, but we won't know for sure for a long time.

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so would you consider stafford to be a hartnell type player? if that's the case, he'd look very nice in the spoked B
He's a Scatchard-type. Which would be pretty darn good, but some people are getting the idea that he'll be a Guerin which he won't be.
A very solid, physical spirited player who should go mid-to-late in the first round if all goes well.

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I think it's premature and actually misleading to label Stafford as a power forward. There is a reason as to why most do not rank him with the likes of Pineault and Olesz. He can bang and he can score, but he does not project to be an elite scorer in my eyes. But a solid second-line type he can certainly become.

Booth is a bit similar in this respect as well, but few define him as a power forward.
So kirk is being misleading because in your eyes the guy won't be a powerforward. Ummm ok

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I stand by my assessment.

I feel that Stafford has power forward potential, but we won't know for sure for a long time.
Kirk,

There's a chance Drew won't even be in this year's draft.

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The good news is that the Bruins should be able to deal the #1 and 2 #2s for about 4 3rd round picks on draft day.

 
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Avery poor man's skill wise and add in the bad attitude and they shouldn't even be mentioned together


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