Jill-bear, Jill-bear :)

Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Jackets16, May 7, 2006.

  1. Jackets16

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    on fire. 3g, 3a, 6pts, 4pim, +2 tonight

    5g, 4a, 9pts in the first 2 games of the series

    and

    16g, 11a, 27pts in 16gp in the playoffs.

    cant wait to watch him centering Nash next year
     
  2. monster_bertuzzi

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    Montreal and Minnesota really ****ed up big time. :)
     
  3. Finkle is Einhorn

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    And he could have easily had more tonight....
     
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    we'll see about that ...right now its just speculation.
     
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    firstroundbust lacks explosiveness

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    :shakehead
     
  6. Rise from the Ashes

    Rise from the Ashes Price defies corsi

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    I agree. Pouliot looked awful in the World Juniors, and Carey Price..... :eek:
     
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    I'll make a bet that Brule turns out to be a better pro than Pouliot.
     
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    The four consecutive " :shakehead " cracked me up. :biglaugh:

    Anyway, I've admittedly seen very little of both Pouliot and Brule. But I've ready plenty of good things about him (Pouliot), so I remain hopeful that he will be a solid pro.

    And even if Brule turns out to be a super-stud, it wouldn't be the first time that a player was drafted lower than he would have been if people could see into the future.
     
  12. SedinFan*

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    Brule can play a gritty game. Pouliot's somewhat soft for the most part considering his big frame.

    I'd bet that Brule will turn out to be a better pro simply because he'll be able to adapt to different roles, whereas I don't feel Pouliot can do that.
     
  13. CH Wizard

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    Agreed, hahahahaha

    :biglaugh: :biglaugh:
     
  14. rt

    rt DingDongTippIsGone! Sponsor

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    :shakehead

    I don't know why I posted that, but I don't know why anyone else did either.

    :shakehead

    for good measure.
     
  15. Russian_fanatic

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    IMO he should have been taken third. Gilbert is going to be an absolute STAR in the NHL.
     
  16. Whitesnake

    Whitesnake How many years?

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    How is it that ****ed up since we've traded Theo and we have Huet (if he's signed), Danis, Halak and Heino-Lindberg as possible starters or back-ups in the NHL. Price is potentially much superior than what we have right now.

    Price should be ready in 2 or 3 years and being the NHL starter than most scouting services think he'll be.

    I guess the ones who say that, are the same people who said that Pogge sucked when he struggled big time with his previous team......Now that he has some success with Calgary, he then becomes the next saviour.....

    Just wait and see people, I know that every Montreal's prospect is overrated and all of yours are underrated but let's see how he develops and let's say how Brule handle the NHL, like not getting injured every 2 weeks.....
     
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    I thought you were a Habs fan before, did you switch to the Leafs all of a sudden? :help:
     
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    Most habs fans on these boards still think Andrei Kostitsyn will be a star :shakehead
     
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    He will be... :handclap:
     
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    They might not be the only ones. Right now, imo ,he's the best player in the CHL.
    I have to admit monster ,I'm very impressed and I'm sure Dougies grinning from ear to ear.

    Btw, are you impressed with my guy,yet? ;)
     
  21. Rise from the Ashes

    Rise from the Ashes Price defies corsi

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    Sometimes it takes players a long time to hit their stride.... Ryder, Williams, Naslund, Kovalev, Lecavalier... you cant tell until they are given a legitamite shot at the top level.
     
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    Bla Bla Bla....yes Brule walks on water, yes he will be a superstar, yes the other teams that picked first wasted their picks...Let me ask you....what wins Championships...scoring or goaltending.....
     
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    Now lets see Sergei Kostyitsyn's stats and lets claim he's the second coming... :shakehead
     
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    He is an absolutley unbelievable player. Living in Vancouver, I get to see him a lot, and he never ceases to amaze me. He is in a completley and utterly different league out there. Every time hes on the ice, something happens, and he has that ability to life you out of your seat.

    The only thing that I think can stop him from being a star is himself. The style he plays may lead to many injuries in the NHL.
     
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    Not to mention Hay sat him down for about 9 minutes in the third period, because believe it or not, he has a extremely bad case of the flu right now.

    I was talking to Kraus the other day and he said that all he does in between shifts is sit at the end of the bench and cough like crazy.

    I was going to make a post last night about this. I have NEVER seen this dominant of a performance. Brule not only was dominant offensively, he made several key defensive plays, not to mention he continues to throw hits like Jordin Tootoo did in his day. I remember one particular play on the penalty kill where Brule dove to knock the puck away from the defender, a clean shot on net would have been had, and this is when the score was 4-3.

    I'm calling Brule for Rookie of the Year next year......even with Malkin around!
     

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