By Joshua Clipperton The Canadian Press Tues., March 19, 2019 Dylan Strome knew it was something he would have to fight through by himself. The third pick in the 2015 draft by the Arizona Coyotes — selected on the heels of Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel, and one spot before Mitch Marner — was struggling mightily to find traction in the NHL. As his contemporaries excelled early in their careers, Strome was returned to junior twice and spent more than half of last season in the AHL. Coming into 2018-19, the centre had registered four goals and six assists in just 28 career NHL games. Strome and the word “bust” were increasingly uttered in the same sentence. And to make matters worse, the conversations with those closest to him away from the rink were of little help. Article Continued Below “It’s kind of hard,” Strome said. “No one really wants to tell you the truth when you’re going through those kinds of times. “You just deal with it yourself, whatever way you can.” But as he did his best to not let the frustration and disappointment gnaw at him, everything changed in late November when Arizona dealt Strome and winger… Read full this story
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