TJ Galiardi

Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Bam Beet*, Jul 14, 2007.

  1. Bam Beet*

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    Where is he going to play next season? I've heard he isn't going back to Dartmouth. I also think in an interview he said he'd like to play in the AHL this year. Does anyone have any info on this?
     
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    Portland (WHL)
     
  3. Bam Beet*

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    Ok, thanks. Does anyone know why he left Dartmouth?
     
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    Academic reasons.... wouldn't have been academically eligible next season. Looking forward to seeing him in Portland next year though, should be good for him.
     
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    he is going to put up a lot of points ( 80-90 is A LOT in the WHL).
     
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    Teej was not even drafted to the WHL
    Numerous tryouts with Lethbridge, they didn't protect him
    Portland did, if he goes, he is one hell of a player
     
  7. Bam Beet*

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    Who does he compare to in the NHL? I've never seen him play.
     
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    I watched him a lot in the AJHL when he was with the Calgary Royals. I don't like to compare prospects to players but I can offer my observations.

    The good - lots of skill, good hockey sense.
    The bad - selfish player that doesn't use his teammates well enough, can sulk if a game doesn't go his way, can also be very lazy at times.

    I'm not a fan of him to be honest. Wasn't impressed by him much and was shocked when he started to get attention this past year, though I recognize his game may have matured this past year.
     
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    I'm not sure when you saw him play, he WAS like this, his game has matured over the years.
    Good athletic hockey player with good skills and a lot of upside, just needs to put on some pounds.
     
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    he pointed out in the post you quoted that he saw him a lot with the calgary royals in the AJHL.
     
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    Yeah, I saw that right after I posted. My Bad yo.
     
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    I compare him to Henrik Sedin. His puck cycling and hockey sense are excellent. He plays a very pro-style game, and should be ready soon (one-two years).
     
  13. Bam Beet*

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    Cool. We need a twin Galiardi to play with him though. ;)
     
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    You already have him: Ryan Stoa.
     
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    I know the real reason why he isn't at Darthmouth I don't want to say tho. I played with him in Peewee Hockey and went to school with him last year, we beat his team at floor hockey so if he turns out to be a big star i can say i bet him. my brother played with him last year for the Jr. A royals, the only major problem is that sometimes he can be a bit of a puck hog, but other then that he was a star player.
     
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    Are you a NASA boy? I rep them too man. I know the real reason as well.
     
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    Are you a 12 year old? "I know something you don't know"
     
  18. Bam Beet*

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    What makes you say that?

    Could you share?
     

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