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Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by lucas, Nov 27, 2004.

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  1. lucas

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    Being from the soo and an avid reader of Hf, I am surprised that I don't see more mention of Greyhound players outside of Jeff Carter. I would like to know what people think of players like Chris Lawrence (3rd ranked in the OHL), Kyle Gajewski, and others like Jarram, etc. if any of them have any real potention to be picked high in upcoming drafts. Any info would be appreciated.
     
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    Gajewski is one to keep an eye on. Lawrence had a horrible start but has since turned it up a notch. The problem though is he still attempts to avoid heavy traffic, preventing him from getting into good scoring positions. He is getting better in this area but still needs to make some improvements.
     
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    so where do you see either of these players going? and also, is David Jarram a legitimate prospect?
     
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    Thoughts on Tuma??

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    Some team will take a chance on Gajewski in the fourth round or so. As for Lawrence, he still has an outside chance of landing in the first round. He almost certainly will go in the top three rounds.

    Jarram isn't elligible until 06. He needs to learn how to think the game better as he still makes some real mental snafus out there. He stands an excellent chance of being drafted next year though. Its to early to say exactly where.
     
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