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Montreal Canadiens group of CHL prospects headlined by two former first-rounders

Former first-rounders Louis Leblanc and Jarred Tinordi top a group of skilled CHL prospects.

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Holy crap, Tinordi grew.

Gallagher sounds like he could very well be a steal.

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Nice to see Bournival getting the points. He has more points than Leblanc (who is also doing well), and is more than a year younger.

Could be a nice pickup!

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Holy crap, Tinordi grew.

Gallagher sounds like he could very well be a steal.
He's doing well, but Gallagher is hella small though. I've never seen him play, but unless he's uber quick, I doubt he has much of a future in the NHL at 5'8.

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He's doing well, but Gallagher is hella small though. I've never seen him play, but unless he's uber quick, I doubt he has much of a future in the NHL at 5'8.
5'8'' is not that bad, plenty of guys had success before him. He can still grow a inch or two perhaps but it doesn't matter much. Is a 5'7'' guy for instance much less effective by default than someone who is 5'10''?

He's a smaller player but he'll make his way to the NHL as long as he manages to produce at every level. So far he's a top player in the WHL.

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5'8'' is not that bad, plenty of guys had success before him. He can still grow a inch or two perhaps but it doesn't matter much. Is a 5'7'' guy for instance much less effective by default than someone who is 5'10''?

He's a smaller player but he'll make his way to the NHL as long as he manages to produce at every level. So far he's a top player in the WHL.
5'6'' 5'7'' 5'8'' 5'9'' 5'10'' is all the same at some point. Where it changes is how solid you are on your legs.
Bouillon and Gionta are both small NHL players, but they are friggen solide on their skates. On the prospect side, take Jeff Skinner for instance, he's not 6' but the guy has bionic strenght.

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