I'd say he did a lot better than any bulldogs' d-men we tried this season. Looked confident and showed skill and speed. Will need to play a safer game though.
I was impressed but I think we should be cautious. No point in putting him in a line-up fighting for the playoffs. Too much pressure. I think he could do it but why take the chance to screw him up? He could be a one of a kind player if handled properly. He has everything. EVERYTHING!
Good player. I dont see him ever being a star or contending for the Hart, but he's a solid player whom any team would be lucky to have.
Its also nice to see a person of color in the NHL. A little diversity would be nice, assuming the player is good enough to earn a spot on a team.
This may just be me talking but i have been fortunate enough to see him play some games with the Bull Dogs and this kid is absolutely phenomenal. If he comes into whole i can really see him hitting the 80 point plateau in the NHL.
So this is my first ''blog'' if I can say this. I recently did a mid-season video review of our Habs. this will get you pumped up if you are a Habs fan.
Here is the link:
would be cool if you could leave me a like or a comment!
Thanks and Go Habs Go!!:love:
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