So, I went to Wisconsin's game against Mankato tonight and had an eye on Gardiner from the beginning of the game, being as he was the best prospect on the ice by far. He was Burke's last first rounder in Anaheim and seemed like a great pick, but he still hasn't gone pro. I'm wondering if there's a reason why. He's clearly a superb skater, again the best on the ice. He made two Mankato players blow tires and fall down with escape moves and had a huge hit on their biggest player. He was able to take the puck away from anyone who challenged him, and he threaded a pass to spring his teammate on a breakaway for the game winner. It looked, honestly, like he was way too good to still be playing NCAA hockey. I know he's not old or anything, but I was looking to see if he would be dominant, and he really was. I was blown away, and I'd bet he could handle himself just fine in the NHL right now. Is he going pro next year, or is he finishing his school? Am I completely wrong about how good he is?