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It’s unusual for a power player like Landeskog to make such a quick adjustment, but Hunter wasn’t surprised he has fit in so well as a top-six forward with the Avalanche.

“[He is] one of them kids that can step in the NHL because he can play both ends of the ice,” Hunter said. “Some guys take longer than others. He looked in junior last year that he was ready to step in next year.”

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