Avalanche development camp loser
Nick Magyar (2014 4th round pick)
To wrap things up, we have a last loser of this camp — Nick Magyar. His skating was choppy and lacked power. He didn’t show great agility, speed, balance or anything. That said, it wasn’t all terrible, it was just slow and anything but great.
So let’s just get to his puck work, which was also not exactly great. His shots were as slow as his skating and neither his puck handling nor passing could make up for that. It became very apparent why he only recorded 32 points in 65 regular season games in the OHL last season. To compare, Chris Bigras had 71 points in 62 games — as a defenseman.
What do you think about the Avs’ prospects? Who are you most excited about heading into main training camp? Let us know in the comments!
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