Found December 19, 2011 on Nightmare on Helm Street:
Time for another quick look into how some of the Red Wings' top prospects are doing. This will be a feature that I'll try to do monthly-ish.So how are they doing? Survey says: Skaters are doing well, but the goalies are still struggling. Here's a link to the last update if you'd like to compare. Noteworthy notes worth noting:Brendan Smith: We saw what he's capable of when he played his 3 games with Detroit, so there's not much to add here other than his 41 PiM are a bit high. I'm fine with players taking a fighting major or two if someone runs the goalie and getting called for cheap hooks and holds will happen, but he can't make a habit of it. Just something to work on.Gustav Nyquist: His stats have almost exactly doubled since the last update. That's consistency and that's good.Tomas Tatar: He's getting a lot more assists, but not lighting the lamp a ton right now. I'd like to see him score 30 before he makes the jump to the NHL. ...
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