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Film Room: Separating signal from noise in a tough draft-plus-one for David Reinbacher

David Reinbacher has faced plenty of early challenges in his draft-plus-one season. 

He had a late start, playing his first games with EHC Kloten at the beginning of October when the NL regular season had already started a few weeks prior. In the first shifts of the third game, the Montréal Canadiens' fifth-overall pick sustained an injury that kept him out for the rest of the month.

He came back for a few games at the start of November, then had to sit on the sidelines for another two-week stretch before returning. Since then, Reinbacher has been in the lineup consistently, but the injury and missed time still show in his game.

Through the first 13 games, Reinbacher's points-per-game pace (0.38) is a step back from his draft year when he scored close to half a point per game. His average ice

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