June 22, 2012; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Hampus Lindholm poses for a photo after being selected as the number six overall draft pick to the Anaheim Ducks in the 2012 NHL Draft at CONSOL Energy Center. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE

Anaheim Ducks Facebook Discussion: Should Hampus Lindholm play in the NHL this season?

So, I sent out a question to the followers of Ducks Daily Blog on twitter asking if you want Hampus Lindholm to play for the Ducks this season. I got a reply from the Anaheim Ducks official twitter account giving me a link to a status they posted on their facebook page. It was announcing the signing of Lindholm to his entry-level deal, but also posed a question. Should Hampus Lindholm make the team like Cam Fowler did in his rookie season? Here is the link to the discussion. But here are some of the better comments:

Not a bad idea, any tutoring by Scott Niedermayer is good tutoring.

That’s just the thing, though. If the Ducks hadn’t signed two defenseman and instead only signed one of them, he would have a better chance to make it. You know, because there is less competition. Okay, maybe that was a bad comment on my part.

Don’t remind of that Schultz guy.

I love that profile pic! There was also a very interesting first comment which is referred to in the comment made by Brian Solo. Apparently, the person was very excited about being the first comment, well why don’t I just show you.

How long do you think he’s been waiting to use that? Yeah, that definitely had to be copy and pasted somewhere on his computer. How would he have time to type that whole thing and be the first comment? Yeah, that was copy and pasted.

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