Originally Posted by mister_mcgoo
Colborne, really? The Leafs aren't exactly swimming in forward depth (though center has gotten crowded) and a power forward type like Colborne would seem like a good fit for them. I agree he's had some struggles and needs development but I dunno if I could drop that kind of potential
It came down to him and Perreault. Perrault has carved himself a nice little niche in Washington and with an offensive coach he could put up some impressive stats this year. Playing 12 mins a game he put up 30 points in 65 games which in my mind is pretty damn good.
Nothing against Colborne as I think he was a pretty solid prospect and has a better pedigree than Perreault. Maybe he is at a crossroads where he needs to put it together but he has simply disappointed this year and has been wildly inconsistent. I'm not sure when he is gonna make an impact in the NHL if ever, but I know it will be below the expectations once held by others and myself.
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