Sakic - pure class.
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Sakic - pure class.
It might be instructive to look at other top bombs, such as Patrik Stefan, to see how their first three years looked. Here is Stefan's (GP, G, A, Pts):
1999-00 Atlanta Thrashers NHL 72 5 20 25 ...
I've seen more than person comment on other sites about not liking Dal Colle at all. Anybody know what's the issue with him?
Man, you need to take that offer and run!
Dionne played at about 5'8", 180 in an era when the players were significantly smaller so I wouldn't consider him a small player. Today, he would most certainly be one though.
I guess I didn't help to bolster his trade value :0
If I remember my history right, Titov was the first Russian released by the Soviets to play in North America. He was released because he was most certainly not in Makarov's league (so to speak).
Crap - I really wanted him to get out of Edmonton as he isn't getting a fair shot. This will be even more so if they decide they need more size and grit up front.
Yikes - they'll be cranking up the snotty tweets after that performance...
Is it the coach again??? How many coaches have to be sacrificed there before they start looking somewhere else?
I've said this on other Yak threads - how can you lose faith in a 20-year old, first overall pick with 111 games played? He wasn't even in the lineup for the past two shit-shows the Oilers produced,...
I agree. With 14 teams you'll sew up two of the busiest goaltenders in Price and Rinne, and Hedman is quickly becoming elite.
Serge - great analysis!
As the parent of a teen, meningitis is a sneaky, scary thing that you always check for when your kid has a persistent fever. If it takes hold and they don't catch it in time, it can go very badly in...
Cammalleri for me too, as Calgary has no other options and he's heating up after a long dry spell. Carolina is subject to too much line juggling and Teravainen or someone else could replace Shaw.
3G tonight - well done.
Whether or not there is prize money involved, the last time I checked the objective of any pool is to win. So, go for it before 1st place scoops Stamkos to seal the victory.
Happy for him - 29 saves in the third alone!
FWIW - Gaudreau is quite a bit ahead of Gerbe at comparables ages: http://flamesnation.ca/2014/2/19/gaudreau-vs-gerbe-a-second-look
I wouldn't be surprised if he gets a look for a few games near the end of this season, then plays in Abbotsford next year. He's small, but he's also far ahead production-wise of most small college...
It was Jankowski. Just ask Feaster.
What big-bodied centre are you referring to? I wouldn't consider Reinhart or Bennett to be "big-bodied"
Who was? Trouba? Murray? I think it's too early to tell.
Conventional wisdom says you take the F as there is less developmental risk.
Maybe you did, but Yak was the consensus no.1. There was a discussion as to whether the Oil should fill a need and take Galchenyuk but they opted to take the consensus no. 1 overall (i.e., best...
So they were still correct in taking Yakupov over Galchenyuk?
To me it looks like Ekblad is too tempting to pass on. Their top centre needs to be more physical than Reinhart to deal with the likes of Getzlaf, Kopitar, etc. Calgary is up-sizing in the middle...
Ekblad seems to be a no brainer for the Oil - he and Nurse could anchor their blueline for years...
I had similar questions a while ago: