BEST 88 Bday Player in the CHL?

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  1. ktownhockey

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    Is their one that stands out to anyone above another?

    I really don't know... Emmertons turning into a good play but then there's Sheppard, Maxwell, Hammil...

    I'd like to hear what everyone has to say
     
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    All you mentioned are good, I'm most impressed with Hammill.
     
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    easy, peter mueller
     
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    No one has really separated themselves from the rest. You'll see rankings and talents change, rise, and fall.

    For me its Peter Mueller.

    Next, is Staal, Hamill, and Sheppard in no order.
     
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    I forgot that Mueller was coming to the CHL.

    yeah he'll be tops then.

    I think a guy like Jordan Staal will have a huge year.
     
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    I think Hamil is the best of the bunch...been really impressed with him. Note, he really doesn't get to show how good he is on a nightly basis in Everett though.
     
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    is this jordan staal a brother of marc and eric?
     
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    we found the new Sutters :D
     
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    Anyone of: Mueller, Hamill, Sheppard, Maxwell, Fadden, Staal could be the best in the CHL this year, they're all pretty good.
     
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    Only difference is that the Staals can actually play hockey...
     
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    Brent finished in the top 10 in the league in scoring one year and won three Canada Cups. Brian broke 40 a couple times and had 6 30 goal seasons. I think those would be pretty nice careers to have.
     
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    Sorry, sir.
     
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    the Vandermeers are more like the Sutters. Theres 6 of them playing pro hockey and all have great heart, determination, and work ethic. Limited skills to boot too, just like the Sutters.
     
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    He's born in 1987.
     
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    Late Bday 87 that's why he wasn't eligible for this years entry draft.

    If he was an 88 I'd probably put him as the best in my books.
     
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