3 goals for Picard

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  1. Form and Substance

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    There, he's finally potted his belated first goals. I'm sure Columbus fans are relieved now. I certainly am. He'll go on fire now. In other news the other alexandre picard picked up an assist for Halifax, bowing out 6-4 to Lewiston. Bourret 3 points on the noght which gives him 14 points in 7 games.
     
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    You should specify which of the 1,934 Alexandre Picards!
     
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    Last goal was an empty net, but a goal all the same. I listened to the game on the radio, Bourret sounded like he had a solid game, can't wait to see Lewiston soon.
     
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    F-I-N-A-L-L-Y.....! As a die hard CBJ fan I was beginning to wonder what was going on with this kid.

    Thx for the update.
     
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    LOL theres only 2...the other one changed his last name... Picard-Hooper

    :banana: :banana: :yo:
     
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    And now, let see if he can still score regulary...
     
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    4 goals, 1 assists in last night game for Picard, great to see that he is back on track
     
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    Just the kind of game he needs to get back on track. I think that line with Aubin and Bourret will be one of the explosive lines in the league> It will be interesting to see how Bourret stacks up in the next draft rankings. A pretty sure bet to go first round.
     
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    Great news as he is one of my favorites from the draft. For those seeing him play: Does he still bring a fair amount of grit to the table?
     
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    He sure does, that's one of the strongest points of his game.
     
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    I shamelessly admit that I am one of Bourret's championners. The kid has it all except height, but at 5'10 214 pds he's built like a tank. He's got decent speed as well and can pass and shoot like the best of them. He's got hockey sense that is second to none, you can't teach that. For my sake, I hope he doesn't light it up too much, because I fear he'll go too high in the draft. I hope he stays around 15-20.
     
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    thats one reason we went with him. cbj really needed that aspect from some top line forwards. he will be a great winger to go with z if neither plays with nash
     
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    Isn't Picard primarily a LWer?
     
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    do you think if there is hockey next year he will be playing for columbus on a possible scoring line?
     
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    Bourret was rated as a late first rounder during preseason. I personally think he has already cracked the top 10. The height is pretty meaningless given his frame, strength and balance. He's seems like a Raffi Torres type and definitely is on pace to be a top 10 pick.
     
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    Agreed, I have him exactly at 10 now right behind Ryan.
     
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