Film Room: An Extensive Breakdown of Quinton Byfield’s Game
It may be just a month into the season, but it feels like we’ve been waiting forever to have this 2020-eligible group emerge under the spotlight. Many have heralded this class as a marquee crop for several years. The best since 2015. The creamiest of creams. Perhaps good enough to one day steal the moniker of the best ever from that pesky 2003 class.
Right near the top of the heap sits a behemoth. A monster of a man, barely 17 years of age. Quinton Byfield has not been given the same opportunities to showcase his ridiculous skillset as his top competitor, and consensus first-overall favourite, Alexis Lafreniere. That is primarily due to his being ten months younger than his Quebec Major Junior counterpart. Lafreniere has done his thing over two full CHL campaigns. Taking home CHL Rookie of
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