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  1. Marc-E-

    Marc-E- Registered User

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    Anyone have info on Kevin Klein, Tyler Redenbach & Jarkko Immonen? Have any upside or downside about those players? In fact, any info will be appreciate if you saw those guys play... :bow:
     
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    There are two Jarkko Immonen's, the Rangers or the Stars?
     
  3. Chaos

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    I would assume he's talking about the Rangers....the Stars is generally known as Jarkko A. Immonen.
     
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    Jarkko Immonen: Jarkko is currently 4th in the Finnish SM-liiga in points and 1st in assists. Hes playing on the 2nd line on JYP. Last year he had a breakout season and he finished 6th in last season. Jarkko is an exceptional face off taker. He’s one of the best face-off men in Finland. His vision for holes and passes are top end talent. He is a very creative playmaker, finding holes for his teammates. Jarkko is a defensively responsible player, unlike many young scoring prospects. He even takes penalty, aswell as power play responsibilities. His biggest weakness is his skating, it isnt horrible. But its average. However, he is driven to changing that and is trainging hard to improve. Next season he is likely to come overseas and speculation is that he could turn right into the 2nd line center. With his exceptional play in the SM-Liigia and with no overall weaknesses some people say he should at least turn into a solid 2nd line center but he has the potential to be a top line player, no doubt.
     
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    Tyler Redenbach (6'0", 195 lbs) is a very good playmaker. His biggest asset is his vision, but he can score too. He led the WHL in scoring last year, but many think it was due to playing with Jeremy Williams (property of Leafs). He is currently leading his team in scoring, 12th in the league for now. Not a defensive liability. As said before, the only area he at which he excels would be passing.
     
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    Kevin Klein is about to start his rookie season in the AHL with the defending champion Milwaukee Admirals. Everything out of training camp\preseason games suggests that he's going to carry over his numerous OHL all-star years into the AHL, playing a very mature game for a young kid. He's primarily known for his offensive ability and passing, but should really be classified as a two-way defenseman, as he's rock solid in his own zone. Another d-man in the mold of Dan Hamhuis and Ryan Suter, basically.
     
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