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Old 11-28-2013, 08:39 AM
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Originally Posted by timothy View Post
I'll eat a cockroach if the Yzerman passes on signing Blujus and lets him go back into the draft. IMO an ELC is a mere formality.
'D' is first difficult to find and to develop takes a long time and you don't give up on a Blujus after a couple times around the rink.
He has the size, will be taught the game and will compete to make the squad at the next level.
Sustr to me is an exception - college - cup of tea in the AHL - and now a pro doing surprisingly well not making the dumb passes thru the center of the ice. As mentioned elsewhere chipping the puck up the ice off the glass or just looking up ice with puck on stick for the open player. Really nice to see after about 30 games into his professional career.
Can't wait for him to fill out in the next couple years and get on that routine of building muscle each and every summer for the next 5/6 years. He will be a beast to handle that is for sure.

We now have built the team from the net out.
King Bishop - decent 'D' (getting better) and solid 'O'.
and throw in some real coaching - Cooper, Bowness and Stevie Thomas things are looking up at this time.
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Old 11-28-2013, 08:42 AM
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It's not like we have so many D prospects that we can afford to let a guy like him go.
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