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Busts or late bloomers?

Any news on Koberstein, Staum and Henrikson?

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1 hour ago, alfredoh2009 said:

Busts or late bloomers?

Any news on Koberstein, Staum and Henrikson?

 

Koberstein was a fringe player with a fringe team in his junior year.  He's pretty much in bust territory.  Staum wasn't having a good year before he got hurt and the fact that he was still in the USHL in his second post-draft year is concerning.  (His USHL rights got traded the other day so I can't help but wonder if he's staying there again next year.)  I'd like to see him play college hockey before calling him a bust but it's telling that he can't seem to get there.  Henrikson was a little better but he still has a really long way to go.  He was an extreme longshot to begin with so it's probably not fair to call him a bust but I'm skeptical he's going to take the big leap forward to get to legitimate prospect status.

 

 

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The Kid is strong on his skates

 

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20 hours ago, DON said:

The Kid is strong on his skates

 

I watched some of the games, Fleury looked good. Sam Steel was awesome, I which we could get him for Pacioretty

I didn't know anyone on Acadie-Bathurst team besides Dobson (he didn't impress me in the final)

 

 

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Dobson was awesome all tourney.  So was galipeau (overrage free agent)

 

 

Acadie were so dominant through the neutral zone

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9 hours ago, Commandant said:

Dobson was awesome all tourney.  So was galipeau (overrage free agent)

 

 

Acadie were so dominant through the neutral zone

Probably I missed it. I PVR'ed it and watched it after midnight :crazy:

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Team USA released their preliminary roster for the upcoming World Junior Summer Showcase next month and a pair of Montreal prospects are on it - Ryan Poehling and Cayden Primeau.  Neither is really a surprise - Poehling seems like a lock to play in the WJCs while Primeau got on the radar with his phenomenal freshman campaign.  Looking at the other goalies on the invite list, he's probably the best one at the moment.

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