The Kids' Table: The One That Got Away
The Kids' Table: The One That Got Away

This article is part of our The Kids' Table series.

The indecisiveness of children has been well documented. Let's face it, the decision-making skills of a child aren't really something anyone should be banking on. This isn't to say that Jimmy Vesey is a child or that his decision to spurn the Predators and become a free agent was a childish one. But from what I'm reading about the situation, it sure seems like some mutiny was afoot.

If you're unfamiliar with Vesey, who just finished up his career at Harvard University last week, here is a good way to catch up. Long story short, the Predators selected Vesey with the 66th overall pick in the 2012 NHL Draft. One of the top players in the NCAA for these last two seasons, he's now finished his career at Harvard with 80 goals and 144 points over 128 games. The Predators were under the impression that Vesey would sign his entry-level contract following the end of

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Benjamin Zweiman
Benjamin Zweiman is a copy editor and fantasy contributor for NHL.com and writes about daily fantasy basketball for RotoWire. Follow him on Twitter @BZweimanNHL.
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