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Kinda bored and was doing some youtube surfing and saw this clip, Patrick's nothing to get to excited about but you never know stranger things have happened.

:50 and 1:21 for a couple of highlights. didn't find any actual highlight videos so this as close as it gets

Mullen's number is 14.

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Kinda bored and was doing some youtube surfing and saw this clip, Patrick's nothing to get to excited about but you never know stranger things have happened.

:50 and 1:21 for a couple of highlights. didn't find any actual highlight videos so this as close as it gets

Mullen's number is 14.

Ya Bored is probably right lol...according to hockey's future, just an avg player in the minors at best, signing for the AHL. Likely as a result of an expected Tanev with the big club full time and Connaughton/Sauve getting call ups.

http://www.hockeysfu...patrick_mullen/

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You never know how a young player like him will develop.

I am not making the comparrason based on current skill level,but remember that no one drafted Burrows and look at him now.The NHL didnt see anything in Burrows right away,but he matured into a hell of a player.

I'm going to watch the progress of all our prospects and hope they excell. Not much we can do but hope for the best right?

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41 points in 69 games last year in the AHL, translates to around a 50 point season over 82 games. Could be a decent call-up guy but at this point I don't think he has NHL potential

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He's only listed at 5'10, 184 pounds. He wouldn't be able to handle the traffic in front of the net, in the NHL, IMO.

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600 grand for an 82 game season and then turns into a UFA

down in the minors or up in pro

he's got alot to prove this season...

hope to see him up on the big ice..

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Patrick Mullen

Burrows rocks number 14

pick a new number :frantic:

Yea I was just saying that so people would know which one he is on the ice...

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He's only listed at 5'10, 184 pounds. He wouldn't be able to handle the traffic in front of the net, in the NHL, IMO.

Yeah screw anyone under 6' tall, 200lbs. They never amount to anything. :rolleyes:

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^ in case the image doesn't show. That's Joe Mullen. 5'9, 180 lbs. Undrafted. Rookie debut at 24. Played 17 seasons. Scored 502 goals, 1063 points. 3 Cups. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2000. Current assistant coach in PHI. And oh yeah Patrick Mullen's father.

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Yeah screw anyone under 6' tall, 200lbs. They never amount to anything.   :rolleyes:

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^ in case the image doesn't show. That's Joe Mullen. 5'9, 180 lbs. Undrafted. Rookie debut at 24. Played 17 seasons. Scored 502 goals, 1063 points. 3 Cups. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2000. Current assistant coach in PHI. And oh yeah Patrick Mullen's father.

That was over 20 years ago. Players are bigger and stronger now and the game has changed. Players under 6', 190, unless exceptionally skilled or can provide a solid two way performance have thier work cut out for them.

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guys... guys.... guys....

don't you know that hockey's future is the be all end all of all prospect's potential? if they say he'll be an AHL'er that's it, no hope for the NHL.

i mean, it's not like it's written by everyday people like you or me.

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Wasn't he signed with a Nolan Baumgartner like role in the org in mind?

I don't think he"s intended to be viewed as a serious NHL prospect.

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guys... guys.... guys....

don't you know that hockey's future is the be all end all of all prospect's potential? if they say he'll be an AHL'er that's it, no hope for the NHL.

i mean, it's not like it's written by everyday people like you or me.

I see what you did there!

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