Will Scalzo play in the NHL?

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  1. WhiskeyYourTheDevils

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    just wondering, he was my favorite player for a while, and he seems like he is off to a good start.
     
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    I think so.. alot like Marc-André Bergeron but less physical.
    He is a better skater i think.
     
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    In the same class as Syvret. Is Coulombe far behind?
     
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    i would say coulombe is a step behind them both. Hes not as good a skater as scalzo and cant score like he can, and hes not as strong as syvret. I like coulombe alot, he reminds me of brian rafalski, i hope he get a look.

    Speaking of strength, to you feel scalzo is physically strong enough to play in the NHL. Hes small, but he is very well balanced and looks like crosby out there (strength on the puck). I think his defensive game is a bit underrated. What do you think.
     
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