VIDEO: NHL prospect Gabriel Landeskog’s style suits North American game

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The Hockey News

The Hockey News

When Gabriel Landeskog made the decision to cross the ocean and play in the Ontario League he did it for one reason: to get experience playing the North American game so he could one day make the NHL.

Now, after two seasons with the Kitchener Rangers of the OHL, the 6-foot 200-pounder is ready for the next phase of his career.

Ryan Dixon takes a closer look at Landeskog’s development.

REPORTER: Ryan Dixon | Camera: Graeme Skinner | PRODUCER: Ted Cooper



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