‘“He’s 18 years old and people tend to forget how young he is and every day is experience,” said Ott. “Obviously the rest of it is up to management. … You see flashes of great stuff. When I look at myself when I was young, sometimes you’re going to play less minutes, sometimes you’re going to play a little bit more and get thrown opportunities to succeed. Then you’re going to be backed off a little more. That’s part of becoming a professional hockey player. He’s handling it really well for 18 years old.”’
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