Just a general question to see the opinions of others on the subjects. There are so many prospects/junior players that are sons of former players. Obviously there are exceptions, but in general, when a junior player is a son of a former NHLer, do you view that as a positive or a negative? Is your first reaction that it's a positive for the player because it means they have access to the knowledge it takes to make it to the NHL level, access to the trainers, what kind of fitness and diet it takes, the best facilities (ie. rich kids that get the best of everything). Or do you view it as a negative and with a skeptical eye that the player might be overrated and might get opportunities (both in playing time and being drafted) simply because of their name and in many cases, because a lot of the scouts, GM's and coaches in the leagues are often buddies with their dad's. How to you see it?