Found July 05, 2012 on Plaschke, Thy Sweater Is Argyle:
I was fortunate enough to attend the 2010 NHL Draft held in L.A. at the Staples Center, and it was a phenomenal experience, especially as a Ducks' fan. The Ducks ended up with two first-round selections, and after selecting Cam Fowler, took the local favorite, Long Beach's own Emerson Etem. Etem went insane this past season, and I desperately wanted an autograph of the just-turned twenty-year-old.Though he doesn't have any Ducks' hits, Emerson does have cards produced by In The Game which depict him in his WHL Medicine Hat Tigers' sweater. I'm extremely anxious to see what he'll do when he finally gets the call - which should be soon, and soon as in this season - because the Ducks could certainly use his potent scoring touch. Here are Emerson's numbers from his three seasons in junior hockey, with his playoffs points and games, respectively, in parentheses:09-10: 72 Games, 37 Goals/28 Assists/65 Points (10 in 12 games)10-11: 65 Games, 45 Goals/35 Assi...
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