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10 hours ago, caperns61 said:

I know only one game, but 3 points, 2 goals and he leads all players on both teams with 5 shots on net tonight. If your a fan you have to love this first game :)

I watched the game and thought he skated very well but there's a big jump from the AHL to the show - I hope he has a good 10 game segment here before rushing him up to the big club. I am excited for his progressions. Poehling had quite the nice goal on a setup. Not sure about Ryan's 200 ft. game yet - he may project better out as a LW depth vs. centre

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3 minutes ago, claremont said:

I watched the game and thought he skated very well but there's a big jump from the AHL to the show - I hope he has a good 10 game segment here before rushing him up to the big club. I am excited for his progressions. Poehling had quite the nice goal on a setup. Not sure about Ryan's 200 ft. game yet - he may project better out as a LW depth vs. centre

I agree only one game and it is a big jump. But it was a big jump to his Junior team from midget, it was a big from his Junior team to NCAA, it was a big jump from NCAA to AHL. He has done it at every level, he may not do it at the NHL level, he may go his next ten games in the AHL and struggle. But it someone was to take a bet, at this point they should bet on Caufield..

Bouchard tipped his hat to University of Wisconsin head coach Tony Granato and his staff for how they helped develop Caufield over the past two seasons, noting the 5-foot-7, 170-pound right-winger has put on some muscle while becoming quicker and more dynamic. Bouchard added that there are still things he can teach Caufield about playing without the puck.

“It’s easier to teach this than to teach how to score goals, that’s for sure,” Bouchard said. “I cannot teach what he did tonight.” :4322:

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22 minutes ago, caperns61 said:

I agree only one game and it is a big jump. But it was a big jump to his Junior team from midget, it was a big from his Junior team to NCAA, it was a big jump from NCAA to AHL. He has done it at every level, he may not do it at the NHL level, he may go his next ten games in the AHL and struggle. But it someone was to take a bet, at this point they should bet on Caufield..

Bouchard tipped his hat to University of Wisconsin head coach Tony Granato and his staff for how they helped develop Caufield over the past two seasons, noting the 5-foot-7, 170-pound right-winger has put on some muscle while becoming quicker and more dynamic. Bouchard added that there are still things he can teach Caufield about playing without the puck.

“It’s easier to teach this than to teach how to score goals, that’s for sure,” Bouchard said. “I cannot teach what he did tonight.” :4322:

A lot of players go from the NCAA to NHL and do great. It's college hockey not juniors where you play against kids and the oldest are 19. He should be given a chance bring him up.

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