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    Colorado Avalanche Sign Matt Duchene

    http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=442859

    By NHL.com

    The Colorado Avalanche Hockey Club announced today that it has signed first-round draft choice Matt Duchene to a three-year, entry-level contract.

    "Matt is an integral part of our future," said Avalanche General Manager Greg Sherman. "He is a very skilled, two-way player with a strong work ethic and great character. We're excited to have him under contract and look forward to him participating in training camp this fall."

    Duchene, the third overall selection in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, is the highest draft pick for the Avalanche since the team moved to Colorado in 1995. The Haliburton, Ontario native just completed his second season with the Brampton Battalion of the Ontario Hockey League, where he finished third on the club in scoring with 79 points (31g/48a) in 57 games. Duchene, 18, ranked second on the club in assists, third in goals and plus/minus (+32) and tied for the team lead in both power-play (12) and short-handed goals (4). He added 26 points (14g/12a) in 21 playoff games.

    For full story go here:
    http://avalanche.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=442851

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    better. than. tavares.

    heres my list of prospects for the last 2 drafts and the upcoming one

    best to worst:
    Doughty
    Taylor Hall
    Duchene
    Tavares
    Stamkos

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlekane1088 View Post
    Time will tell...no goalies huh? No BTP, lol.
    im talking people drafted in the last 2 drafts and next years draft. the top goalie in that span is so blantantly obvious. chet pickard baby

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    LOL, I'm just kidding cause everyone knows how you LOVE BTP!

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