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03-26-2014, 04:04 PM
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Judging by what is available.. He has a good height, looks to have added some weight, likes to get close to the net and finds loose pucks. Definitely good speed for his height, appears to show some defensive acumen in being able to strip defenders of pucks and has a quick release.

Definitely no reason to not see what he has.

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Quite bizarre that he didnt receive more attention with his stats this season. Interesting to note he only had 14 pims this season. Does this suggest he uses his size cleanly and intelligently or does it mean he's another Benoit Pouliot?
I'd love another Benoit Pouliot, skilled 3rd liner with size/skill decent defensively, 35ish point/season and cheap.

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But can he fight?

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But can he fight?
Technically everyone can fight, the real question is ''Will he fight?''.

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MB loves his big undrafted wingers. This is great news.

Rather than sign a guy like Clarkson for $40 million, MB wants to find the next Clarkson and get him on an ELC.
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Number 21 is our guy...he looks solid defensively and seems like he like he likes causing havoc infront of the net...speedy too.


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Like Malkin or Simmonds get bowled over right?
Well Malkin is listed at 195.

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Yeah.

Nevins, Fournier.

They should go after Fox, the #2 scoring leader of the OHL this year.
Vancouver already signed him couple months ago.

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Vancouver already signed him couple months ago.
He's probably a product of McDavid, like Roussin with Crosby.

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He's probably a product of McDavid, like Roussin with Crosby.
McDavid definitly helped inflated those numbers, although Fox was producing before Connor got around. With his decent size, I wouldn't had mind Bergevin giving him a chance.

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Number 21 is our guy...he looks solid defensively and seems like he like he likes causing havoc infront of the net...speedy too.

Beautiful skater. Nice soft hands. Good size. Seems to have a good work ethic. What's not to like?

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Number 21 is our guy...he looks solid defensively and seems like he like he likes causing havoc infront of the net...speedy too.

Good backcheck, nice speed, and nice hands. I'm down.

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Definately worth a look. If Nevins got a contract, why not Sorkin. He looks a liitle like Pacioretty with his skating too,decent hands and effort. If he turns into a 3rd liner, he'd be a great pickup.

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McDavid definitly helped inflated those numbers, although Fox was producing before Connor got around. With his decent size, I wouldn't had mind Bergevin giving him a chance.
I believe the Canucks signed Fox to an ELC.

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Sorkin practised with the Bulldogs today. Hopefully he plays tonight. I like what I've seen of him. Great passer, very good down low and around the net. Should be interesting to follow.

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McDavid definitly helped inflated those numbers, although Fox was producing before Connor got around. With his decent size, I wouldn't had mind Bergevin giving him a chance.
You could definitely say that Fox is a product of Connor. Connor Brown, that is. Fox and Brown aren't centred by McDavid. McDavid has pretty much played the entire season on the second line with Burakovsky. Apart from the powerplay, Brown, Fox, and McDavid rarely step on the ice together.

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