Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Oshie, Jan 9, 2011.
Brayden Schenn has been traded in Juniors. http://tsn.ca/chl/story/?id=348775
I hope Josh Nicholls will stay on the first line.
Most likely won't, they have some line shuffling to do though.
Tough to say. The current top line is Hamilton-Viedensky-Nicholls and I can see maybe just Viedensky being bumped down to second line center and the wingers staying or Molleken want to keep Viedensky with Nicholls and maybe we will see something like Hamilton-Schenn-Trask/Collins-Viedensky-Nicholls plus there is the question of where Dzuirzynski and Benson are going to play as both have been very prominent second line players for a first place team.
Do you know if it was Nicholls or Viedensky on the RW?
A ok, thanks. Hamilton-Schenn-Nicholls would be very nice. But Nicholls play very well with Viedensky too.
It also depends on who the blades have dealt, maybe they dealt roster players you never know.
I would think that after seeing Hamilton and Schenn together at the WJC, they would play together but I don't know enough about the Blades to say for sure.
If this trade has actually happened (not yet apparently?) it won't be any of the guys on the top three lines, it will be good young guys with potential like Olsen, Bews, Sutter ETC. (MAYBE Benson but I hope not) and then prospects like Nikkel and picks.
At this point, Viedensky probably is the best player on the team (well, second best now).
Might as well break them into two man units. Who was playing in Hamilton's place during the World Juniors?
5th teams jersey Schenn has put on this year, that's wild.
I think it was Chris Collins.
I believe the top line was: Collins-Vidensky-Nicholls.
How was Schenn able to play in the AHL and then CHL? I thought you had to go to the CHL (not AHL) if you had junior eligibility left.
No deal, false reports lol should have known.
Schenn was sent down to the AHL on a conditioning stint. Any NHL player can be sent down to the AHL on a conditioning stint. If im not mistaken, the stint can last up to two weeks, and in that time the player is still technically on the NHL teams active roster.
If Schenn was able to play in the AHL full time, he would not have been sent back to junior
A friend told me that this would happen a couple days ago. He was right, wow.
Well he isn't "going" anywhere but LA atleast for a little. Because he is reportedly coming to LA to rehab the shoulder.
I see there are a lot of sources for this trade.
This trade is still going to go down tomorrow before the deadline, I would imagine. And there is a good chance Scott Glennie will also be involved.
Blades top 3 lines could end up looking like:
Very very impressive if that's how it all plays out.
The Blades are the power of the WHL anyway. Tough not to consider themselves the favorites for the WHL seed in the Memorial Cup if this comes to fruition.
Glennie better go with him.
Its funny how Dallas considers Glennie a RW in the organization and LA considers Schenn a Center but they play opposite positions in junior
Yeah that's weird because I know Glennie played center against the Blades earlier this year, and Schenn spent the whole WJHC as a winger.
Ehh Schenn is a center, has been a center and will be a center. Played center for LA, Manchester, and for Canada. Only time he didn't take the draws was on the PP when Kassian did.
Heh, I was thinking "Kings, Monarchs, Wheat Kings, Blades, who's #4?" Totally forgot Team Canada!
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