Discussion in 'Florida Panthers' started by SoupyFIN, Jun 22, 2018.
Denisenko it is
we went with the russian... a certain poster is excited about this one
Grigori Denisenko Scouting Report: 2018 NHL Draft
I’m happy he likes to hit people. Hopefully he works out how long is his development curve?
brokin is dancing
Ok i guess no idea what type of player he is so cant say much.
So he's a LW but a right hand shot.
Sportsnet guys saying he's high IQ, patient with the puck, can play any style of game with tons of speed. Playmaker with tape to tape passes, nice snapshot but defensive side of game needs work.
I guess this is a Kekäläinen pick?
Nah, this is a @Brokin pick
Surprising pick I like it. Wanted Kravtsov instead but this is good
Saw he has two years left on khl deal
Could be a home run.
Did we go back in time to 2017?
Took stones to make that pick, Dale, and I applaud you for it.
Another Prospect for the rushing Panthers, so the strateagy for the next Years is already set up. The Question is when he will be ready to come over the Ocean.
Most Russian Players, mostly stays 2-3 Years in Russia befor the join the NHL.
Think hes only 162lbs so hes at least two years away anyhow but can he break that deal and defect?
Hepo and him are great playmakers, tons of speed.
Guess 34th will be a D?
Yup, pretty much guarantees he won't come over before 2020. Only a few players have bought out their contracts to go to the NHL over the 10 years the KHL has existed.
Can't complain about swinging for the fences for a high upside, highly skilled prospect. If he develops right he's an elite top line winger.
Panthers have come a long way from the days of character, size and Gudbranson.
Think he was 172lbs.
171 lbs per NHL.com
Targeting small, skilled, fast guys. Malgin, McCann, Vatrano, Tippett, Trocheck, Hoffman, Heponiemi, Dadonov, maybe Greco....
Yet exposes Marchessault. Lol
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