Khan discusses Filip Hronek’s 2018-19 season possibilities

MLive’s Ansar Khan discusses the 2018-19 season outlook for Filip Hronek this morning:


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4 thoughts on “Khan discusses Filip Hronek’s 2018-19 season possibilities”

  1. Are there really a lot of spots to fight for.? No goalies, one DMan and not sure about forwards (after Ras and Zadina).

    I am not comfortable hearing all this talk about who is close, maybe a number 7 hot dog eater. Most wings can’t be moved and the few others seem to be in Management’s pocket.

    This rebuild is really tough to understand.

    1. My feeling is who ever gets the nod for D at the start of the season is going to be ahead of Jensen even though Jensen was pretty consistent last season….just not that good either.

  2. I have 2 thoughts on our D this season;

    Since I’m personally familiar with Cholowski’s work in the WHL and I think he compares very favorably with the high-end talent I’ve seen in the last 6-8yrs out here (“high-end” = below the elites like Jones, Dumba, or Reilly but on-a-par with the likes of Cowen, Stone, Severson… solid top-4 types), & Iff the DRW think he’s 2nd on the depth-chart that means things are looking nice.

    And after seeing the Red and White game I’m pretty happy with the look of Veleno once again.

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