Zach Hamil heating up.
Now tied with Joe Colborne with 12 points.
I think it's time to see Kampfer at the NHL level. Definately not getting enough back end production, and he is leading the baby B's in pts. his knee is a little banged up but he shouldn't miss more than a game or two, let him watch from the press box then put him in hunwicks spot.
what about yuri alexandrov
Alexandrov is also having a good year but I think he is still learning the language a bit.
Ryan Button, I have a feeling, might be a good pro
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Agreed Moe, I think Button could be good. Spooner's tearing it up too. Can't wait to see this guy...probably what, 2-3 years from possibly joinin the big club?
Colborne I think we'll be seeing up soon too.
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Colborne will be a good NHL player. He was doing well in rookie camp until that hit came along. From what I've seen, not just this season alone, he's got some special talent, hence why he's one of our top prospects.
I loved Spooner even before the draft so I have a man crush on him.
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I've seen him play live three times this year, and he's really shown me nothing... I know that doesn't mean anything, really, but he just seems to play real 'soft' and appears to be lost when he doesn't have the puck on his stick...
I know it's only my opinion based on a really small sample size, and I hope I am wrong, but Wheeler has shown me more 'sandpaper' in his game than Colborne... which is not a good thing.
Hamil playing on the 4th line with mcgrattan in Providence? Ewwww