Old Hockeys Future Article: 2003 draft

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  1. GorillazXL

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    Does anyone have the Hockey's Future link for the 2003 Draft. It featured the top prospect for 2003, but also had a sneak peak at 2004, and 2005.

    Thanks in advance,

    GXL
     
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    Excellent :D ... tried google but it didn't show up :dunno:

    Thanks

    GXL
     
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    Jiri Drtina. There's a name.
     
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    Fleury doesnt play like CuJo at all in my opinion.
     
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    Fleury now plays a little different than what he once did. When he first came into the CHL for Cape Breton he played like Joseph, all the local papers and scouts were calling him a Joseph type, but then he changed his style over the years.
     
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