Alex Gudbranson

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  1. Jumbo*

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    Brother of 2010 3rd overall pick Erik, just wondering where he is projected to fall in next years draft?

    Is he going to be just as good as his brother or worse?

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  2. Jamie Benn

    Jamie Benn NHL Draft Enthusiast

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    Definetly not as good as his brother, it's just he name imo.

    He could be a third-fourth round pick at best, imho.

    He's not playing the most minutes in Kingston, has size and is pretty physical, his shot is good but he dosen't use it often, and he's not great positionally, nothing special.
     
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    Was in tough last year. Gilmour does not play any youngsters, so it is hard for anyone to push through at Kingston. This year will be the test. I like his upside as a shut down player, he can be physical and play that style, just needs an opportunity.

    Todd Gill taking over in Kingston will help him.
     
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    Exactly. Look at how Alan Quine blossomed when he got traded to Peterborough. New coach will do him wonders.
     

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