Discussion in 'Montreal Canadiens' started by montreal, Feb 15, 2019.
OK thanks! I guess I'll have to order it.... the magazine shop doesn't have it anymore.
He's gonna be a good one! Ever since being traded his game has skyrocketed!
Apparently Tyszka was our best tracked prospect in break outs and entry defense.
But Pezzeta was worth a contract and he's not?
I think concussions (health) is the issue with Tyszka.
Why do people assume we will not sign Tyszka, we haven't signed Walford either, but no one is assuming we will not sign Walford?
Walford was still in the playoffs up until last night.. also we let Houde do a PTO but not Tyszka.
Grant said he doesn't expect them to sign Tyszka. Like him or not he does have some connections.
I would think they would have signed Tyszka for sure if not for the concussion issues. I don't get it, I'd still sign him but they must not be happy or concerned about something since we need LD's so badly. But to be out 3 months for another concussion and he's missed a lot of time in the WHL with 3 of his 4 years he's missed a large chunk of time so that has to be the issue assuming they really are walking away from him.
Not even getting a PTO is weird but I have to say there are so many times I thought they were nuts on giving up on a fringe prospect and I'm pretty sure they haven't been burned yet.
suzuki coming in clutch
He sure is easily one of the most skilled players in the system, he is much smarter than Drouin, has a way better shot, has great stickhandling skills as well but has better dekes skills and is less previsible... I still think he will need some AHL time to work on his pace but this kid is a lock to become a very solid top 6 in the NHL in the near future, as well as a dangerous weapon on the PP since he has the passing, vision and shooting to be a constant threat...
Suzuki will be a vicious PP weapon at the very least. His goal scoring is very translatable. He's doing all the things the top end shooters do.
No they haven't been burned, Kristo and Collberg were ones that I thought would come back to bite them but they were 100% on that front.
I still have a hard time trying to figure out why they aren't interested in Tyszka since he clearly has some offensive skill and has the skating/mobility for today's NHL I can see if they feel they will be up against the 50 and he's got injury issues but at the same time they signed Crisp and he had several injuries.
We have till June to sign him and Walford, so we'll see if anything gets posted by the media, I don't follow anyone these days and I'm not on Twitter but perhaps something will be said as to why they aren't interested if he goes back into the draft by the deadline.
Will be very good at even strength too after spending some time in the AHL under Bouchard, all he needs is pro level experience...
Simply waiting for the season to end for all Canadiens draftees before making decisions.
He just seems to have such a crazy release. He just gets off crazy snipes in some awkward positions.
Was there as Walford's team got eliminated. I think he played good and had a good season overall, his team is just very young and crappy so it makes him look bad. I'd sign him.
I'm pretty sure he'll get his ELC, he did enough to deserve it.
There's a little Boeser feel to this Suzuki snipe the way he let it rip
I don't think anything is set in stone but I think a lot of signing decisions come down to replacement level options - i.e. how big a difference is there between drafted player and the average available undrafted free agent player. When that difference is not so great or negligible, the team is thinking twice about signing the drafted player.
Guelph 3-2 in 2nd period, Suzuki 2 assists so far!
That would be something if he spearheaded a 3-0 comeback. Has he been their best player generally?
It's over. Storm wins and Suzuki got a goal and two assists
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