Discussion in 'Montreal Canadiens' started by montreal, Feb 15, 2019.
Storm losing by 1 goal
Guelph won 6-3 , Suzuki with a goal and 2 assists
Storm win 6-3 to complete the comeback from down 3-0. Suzuki with 1G 2 A.
+5 19\30 in the dot and 2nd star of the game...
Impressive to say the least...
This is very impressive! So that gives him 10g 10a in 11 games. Including 11 points in the last 4 games as his team makes a comeback from 3-0.
13 points in the last 4 games but a nonetheless spectacular performance from Suzuki.
Here are some nice dangles
Suzuki is the real deal. He will not stay long in the AHL next year.
Can I expect Suzuki playing in the NHL next year now that he’s showing that he has another gear when a game is important?
Maybe not right away.. I don't even know if Poehling will play right away.
Lots to sort out at camp.. an entire summer. A draft. A free agency period.
The 2019 camp would gave us more a perfect idea about Nick.
Suzuki still has much to improve in term of skating, strenght but there is no deny he has legit offensive talent.
For the Anglos:
Godin says that the Habs haven't decided yet if they will sign Tyszka to an ELC. They said he had a difficult second half of his season and his health issues over the years makes them think twice if they want to sign him.
Suzuki has outgrown the CHL. He will either make the team out of camp or start in the AHL.
I'm still not convinced he can be productive in the NHL. There will be much less of the space and time he creates for himself.
But on the other hand he's shown an ability to adapt. It's going to be fun to watch him and the rest of the Canadiens bumper crop of prospects compete at the highest level.
Nope, it's 11 points in the last 4 games.
1g 2a in Game 4
2g in Game 5
1g 2a in Game 6
1g 2a in Game 7.
You're sure he won't go back to junior as an overager? Seems like he could still put up more points. Clearly hasn't put up enough points.
What more does he have to do to impress you..
I mean its clear hes going pro next year
hahaha I was being super cheeky with this post. Just the way he worded it sounded like he was making a prediction which was pretty obvious. If there's anyone who's not going back to junior, it's Suzuki
Suzuki will be in the NHL next year.
I assume they have and they won't unless Grant was just saying he doesn't think they will. Still no word on Walford yet either, they still have over a month but would rather they just sign both since we need LD's badly.
I can understand the fear of commitment for 3 years with Tyszka because of his injury history but Walford needs to be signed.
interview with Yolo's coach on habseyesontheprize, and his coach thinks he'll be NHL ready in a year saying that his physique, skating, and IQ are already there.
Would be pretty crazy to have both Yolo and Suzuki ready to roll, along with Gallagher, RW is looking to be in pretty great shape.
Am I correct in assuming Yolo is Ylonen's nickname?
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