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New Article Discussion: Parros sticks through tough times

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Nice read. It sounds like he has an axe to grind with Getzlaf.

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I don't blame Parros one bit. Parros had Getzlaf lined up against the boards, and instead of taking the hit or trying to avoid it, he low-bridged him, causing Parros to go face first into the wall. That is a big no-no from pee wee all the way to the pro's.

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Good read. Thanks.

Why is Parros still listed as a notable prospect instead of a graduate?

Also, your list of prospects doesn't include Giuliano or Hauser. Is that because neither were drafted by the Kings? Are they not considered prospects if they weren't? Both have moved through the pipeline from Reading to Manchester, and Jeff has even made it to the big club for the majority of this season. I would think that regardless of his draft status (i.e. he has none) Jeff would be considered a successful prospect, and Hauser should be considered notable.

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Why is Parros still listed as a notable prospect instead of a graduate?

Also, your list of prospects doesn't include Giuliano or Hauser. Is that because neither were drafted by the Kings? Are they not considered prospects if they weren't? Both have moved through the pipeline from Reading to Manchester, and Jeff has even made it to the big club for the majority of this season. I would think that regardless of his draft status (i.e. he has none) Jeff would be considered a successful prospect, and Hauser should be considered notable.
Because he hasn't played the requisite number of games to graduate. He's still a "prospect" because, as a college player, he is allowed three full seasons after college graduation to be a prospect. He, like Noah Clarke, are in the middle of their third and last year as a prospect.

Hauser and Giuliano are too old to be a prospect anymore. As college graduates, they completed their "three seasons after college graduation" requirement last season.


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Great read!!

George could really make a name for himself if he keeps on working on his balance issues with Marty.

His game can only improve.

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