Jesse wrote:He'll play good for 3 games and then dissapear like he always does.
Could have had Oscar Moller with that pick.
Henry Hank wrote:He's 18 years old so I'm not going to worry about those kinds of intangibles right now. Kids grow up. It's pretty obvious they drafted him for his size and skill combo despite the risk of his attitude, work ethic, etc. I'm more of a high risk, high reward type when it comes to drafts. When you go with the safe pick, those are the kinds of prospects you end up with, not the high end impact ones. Just look at the Pirates.
What is the deal with Veilleux's contract anyway? Is he allowed to play for WBS since it's a tryout, but then he has to go back to junior in the fall? I'm assuming he'd still either have to play with the big Pens or his junior team next season.
spi wrote:How would you describe him as a player? I have heard both good and bad about him but know very little about his game.
Speaking too your article Jesse, that s why I have a lot more confidence in Caputi bein able to make a more significant impact down the road. He by all accounts is a bit more consistent and has improved significantly in his development each of the last three seasons. I also was with you in wanting Moller over Veilleux when we could have stolen him in the second round.Jesse wrote:spi wrote:How would you describe him as a player? I have heard both good and bad about him but know very little about his game.
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