vojtek polak or tomas plekanec

Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Jackets16, Sep 30, 2005.

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  1. Jackets16

    Jackets16 Registered User

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    better future? sorry to ask 1 of these types of questions, but i really know nothing on both
     
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    Ajacied Stay strong Appie! ❤

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    Go for Plekanec, he's a safer bet to reach his potential. Polak has been doing great in camp, and has a higher upside but the chances of him reaching it are a fair bit lower than Plekanec's.
     
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    I dont know about Polak but Plekanec will be in the nhl this year. And i think he will do well.
     
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    Polak has had a good camp but I guess he gets sent down with the call the first time a scorer goes down. He is an awesome shootout guy though.
     
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    If you want the safe guy who will get you a 2nd/3rd line all around player, take Plekanec. If you want the home run, very risky 1st line scorer, take Polak. It all really depends on what you want. Polak easily has a higher upside than Plekanec, but Plekanec is easily much more likely to reach it.
     
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