Originally Posted by DuklaNation
I've always found it difficult to draft this type of player as prospects as quite often they take slightly longer to become an NHL regular. I prefer the strategy of drafting talent and trade for needs as much as possible. PIM has become a more rare commodity.
Draft the best players regardless of what they bring. I don't like to reach to find guys that will take forever to arrive. But if your prospects develop they can either produce for your roster or be good trade chips.
In the league in my sig I drafted JT Brown, Torey Krug and Marek Hrivik in the prospect draft. Not necessarily PIM guys but Brown/Krug should be well-rounded guys and Hrivik is a boom/bust type. Then I found Zach Budish, Michael Ferland, Mark Borowiecki and Frank Corrado on the wire as future PIM guys.
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