Zach Hamill Potential?

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  1. JohnnyW10

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    Hi,
    this is my first post on this forum, Ive been reading the posts by HF boards memebers for a long time and decided it was time to get an account. You guys seem experienced enough to answer this question for me.

    I'm from port coquitlam, bc and Zach seems like to be the best well known prospect with the most potential to come out of here, just wondering what you guys thought of him, he was drafted #3 in the whl bantam draft and has been touted to go as high as top 5 in the 07 draft. I havent watched him play with the tips, but from what I heard he has a good skill set and a well rounded physical play to be a good player some day. Seems to be a lot of people high on this guy, Not sure if that is true anymore, thoughts would be welcomed:

    zhams profile
    http://www.whl.ca/stats/player.php?id=23992 <-- from the dub
    http://www.everettsilvertips.com/roster/player.cfm?PlayerID=61 <-- from the tips website

    thanks guys,
     
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    I'm suprised at the lack of hype on this player. After missing 10 games or so, he is still Everetts forth leading scorer and has the best points per game average (ahead of top 2006 draft Peter Mueller) , dispite being a 2007 draft. He also has the best plus/minus on the team by far. I am betting he will end up a very high pick next year and have a huge season.
     
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    agreed, I think Zach is still very young and "IF" he continues to develop like the way he has, he has the chance to become a very good NHL player. IMO he goes top 10 in the 07'draft at least.
     
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