Discussion in 'Columbus Blue Jackets' started by DJAnimosity, May 14, 2019.
This is great news.
Swedes and their #10... Please have this one be better than the current one.
Rookie of the year honors in the SHL.
Looks like a NASCAR driver in the still from that top vid.
If Bemstrom, Texier AND Bjorkstrand all develop like we hope.....that's exciting stuff.
How close is he ready to playing in the bigs? Is it likely he'll start out on the Monsters?
Well, if he's Swedish maybe he can play with Wennberg since he only seems to be able to perform when there is another Swedish guy on the roster.
Jarmo expects him to challenge for a spot on the roster next year .
I doubt he'd be stoked about playing in Cleveland.
Looks like he got Ovechkin teeth, maybe some of his goal scoring too
Well most of his goals appear to have been scored from Ovechkin's office.
Sounds good to me
Last year he challenged Davidsson to make the team, and it didn't work. Hopefully Bemstrom is ready for the challenge.
Possible front office dilemna. If you truly believe Tex & Emil will challenge for spots Dzingel becomes a bit redundant. But you have to make the go/no go on him in June/July. If you pass on him and one or both aren't ready then wtf do you do. . Ultimately good guys to have but short term???
Id pass on Dzingel regardless of the plans for the other guys
to be fair, I thought Davidsson was as close as it gets to making the big club. much, much closer than Vitaly was.
welcome to the league, Emil
How’s his skating? Who’s a good NHL-comp? I think I remember someone mentioning he’s like Arvidsson earlier in the year.
At the risk of being 'that guy'... I assume the FO already knows what it plans to do with regard to Dzingel. Thyey for sure knew that Tex and Bem were gonna do their ELCs, even when they traded for Dz in the first place.
As I'm sure you knew that and are really gauging the board's take on the topic... I would try and sign Dzingel. I don't know what he wants and I haven't looked around at who I think are comparables for what he's worth, but I think he's a valuable player and would be good to have around if the price is right.
I read an article about him on the Athletic that (to me) basically made him sound like Bjokstrand, except he plays on his off-hand side and is more reliant on his one-timer.
So youngest team in the NHL it is, again
Brick by Brick returns
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