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Cal Looks to Leave His Own Foote-Prints in the NHL

With their first pick in the 2017 NHL Draft, the Tampa Bay Lightning selected Callan Foote at 14th overall, the son of former Defenseman Adam who won two Stanley Cups with the Colorado Avalanche, played in over 1,000 NHL games and was a captain with the Columbus Blue Jackets. The younger Foote doesn’t play like pops did though as he’s much more of a dynamic, offensive threat on the ice — the exact opposite of dad who was a very formidable defensive defenseman during his era. Cal is tall (6’3”, 209 lbs.) and lanky and once his frame fills out he has the potential to be a very good defenseman with the Lightning. Our own Ryan Pike thinks a likely comparison is Calgary’s Dougie Hamilton and if that’s



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