Antropov took forever in Toronto, probably by age 26 he started to get going. Colborne is 3 years or so away from that age still.
The speed of the game today is tough to adjust to. And keep in mind, he was in college and a lower level in canada before going there. Not the same as say guys in the CHL.
He’s coming around…..like to see him stay healthy for a full season and do what he is doing over that time. Again, he’s a big raw guy, he’s going to take time. Not necessary to rush him.
he may be able to provide a spark for a few games this year, but, lets not say put him as our no. 2 or even no. 1 centre now. Gotta break him in slow.]]>