Brule out 6 weeks

Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Slats432, Oct 12, 2005.

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    it looks like the Vancouver Giants are getting their #1 center back sooner than expected
     
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    He ran into a wall known as Roman Hamrlik vs the Flames last week.
     
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    clean hit too
     
  7. X0ssbar

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    Yep - it was a clean hard hit.

    The kid has played well but I think in the end going back to the juniors will be the best for this development long term.

    He will be penciled in for at least the 2nd line center position next year and who knows, if he continues to develop well, he may find himself centering Nash next year.
     


  8. I thought he should have been given the 10-and-down treatment anyways...
     
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