That is casting a wide net, but it eats up plenty of 1st rounders as well. Like I said, I don't like the certainty, because one junior season has plenty of variance in it, and a player can have a rough season by the percentages. But it's something that I always say - while offense may not make it to the next level, it is always a good sign. If you're not putting up points in junior, you probably don't have much skill with the puck, and it's hard to develop that outside of junior. Indeed, there are guys like Chara who developed it later on, but they are the exception. I think with a lot of these big players, the idea is that he has to grow into his body or something like that, but it's just not often that it happens.
watched a video yesterday with the Coyotes head scout talking about that actually yesterday it was pretty interesting