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    Re: Mounting injuries + losing streak = NJ battle for 1st place

    I like Lovejoy as a solid prospect on the blueline. He's not going to be a superstar or anything (doesn't have the raw skill of Letang or Goligoski), but he is a kind of guy who will stick up here in time on the basis of smarts and hard work (an overachieving type like Scuderi was).


    To JAX 1.22 (780 pts)
    To PIT 2.36 (540 pts) + 3.67 (255 pts) = 795 pts

    2.36 OLB Eli Harold 6'3" 247 Virginia
    2.56 TE Clive Walford 6'4" 251 Miami
    3.67 CB Alex Carter 6'0" 196 Stanford
    3.87 CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu 5'9" 192 Oregon
    4.121 OT Donovan Smith 6'6" 338 Penn St
    5.160 FS Adrian Amos 6'0" 218 Penn St
    6.199 WR Stefon Diggs 6'0" 195 Maryland
    6.212 OLB Kyle Emanuel 6'3" 255 North Dakota St
    7.239 RB John Crockett 6'0" 217 North Dakota St

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    Re: Mounting injuries + losing streak = NJ battle for 1st place

    While I felt both Guenin and Engelland looked better than Lovejoy in camp, Lovejoy played a solid defense the last time he was called up earlier in the year. From what I'm hearing, they were not exactly thrilled with Skoula's play in that Philadelphia game.

    Then again, the defense and goaltending in general looked horrible in that Philly game, so I guess it's kind of unfair to single out Skoula. While offseason signings like Rupp, McKee and Johnson have gained the most attention, Skoula has quietly filled in when needed and has done an admiral job for the most part in my opinion.

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