Found June 24, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
TANNER PEARSON - 1-30 Okay, so everyone says nice things about the kid. Two way player. Good hockey sense. But will he be Brayden Schenn or Colten Teubert? Drew Doughty or Thomas Hickey? Years from now there are gonna be a lot of Kings fans who are full of crap when they tell you, "This is the kid I wanted at #30!" NIKOLAY PROKHORKIN - 4-121 How can you trust a guy who can't even spell his f...
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