|Tampa Bay Lightning|
|Written by Rich Dillon|
May 2013 - Jimmy Mullin followed a somewhat impressive college freshman season with a disappointing sophomore campaign. The speedy forward managed only six goals and 14 points in 38 games, failing to provide much in the offensive side of the game which is his biggest strength. Mullin has a nice set of hands and a good compete level but the knock on him continues to be a lack of strength. Mullin is expected to return for his junior year of college eligibility where he'll have to work extra hard to earn top six ice time. Randy Buschmann
February, 2012 – Mullin is an offensively-skilled center with a slight frame. He used his quick hands and good vision to total 26 points in his freshman season at Miami (OH), out-scoring more highly-touted freshman prospects for the Redhawks.
Mullin has a long way to go in terms of strength to be considered a fantasy prospect. Check back in two or three years.
Jimmy Mullin with a tip-in in Junior:
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|Last Updated on Thursday, 23 May 2013 16:56|