that's size! Greg Moore stands 6'5" tall and weighs in
at 205 pounds. He's likely not done growing yet. The budding
young powerforward was rated 69th by the CSB for North
the fact that Moore has great size and an already impressive
international resume, he has a chance to develop further
into a brooding physical forward at the NHL level. Has some
offence to suggest top two line upside, but will likely top
out at the third line level. Was the assistant captain for
the US U18 team.
get taken in the 5th round for a reason. His size and
leadership skills will get him a look.
Thumbs up - at
least when you consider the relativity of a 5th
round pick. A bit of a steal given his CSB ranking -
may make the San Jose deal (trading down) a winner.
Great size for the wings.
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