Discussion in 'Toronto Maple Leafs' started by BertCorbeau, Jan 30, 2019.
The answer to your question is yes, the canucks GM
JESUS! What a final junior year.
Also, he never technically had one as a Leafs prospect, it was his draft year
Drake Berehowsky Hockey Stats and Profile at hockeydb.com Drake Berehowsky 82 points in 62 games.
Just ignore the poster. It's no use talking to him.
Hollowell is on pace for 79 points (missed 4 games this year). Only 6 defensemen have done that since 2000. It's not a definite measure of success, but at the very least he should be a fringe NHL option. Ellis was ridiculous in junior...
Ryan Ellis x2
Here's the full list: Most Points in One Season by OHL Defensemen
A bit disingenuous to recommend people ignore someone that you aren't ignoring, no? I'm pretty trigger happy on the ignore button but this poster is not an insufferable basket case like many on here.
Too bad he is 27 and in his prime, destroying 6 year olds who just learned to skate
Re high-scoring Leaf prospects on the blueline: though in the NCAA, not juniors, one top Leafs draftee on the blueline was none other than Ron Wilson. He was drafted in the 8th round in 1975 and in his D + 1 season notched 66 points in 28 games. The following year he had 59 in 30.
Ron Wilson (b.1955) Hockey Stats and Profile at hockeydb.com
Never really made it as a Leaf, however.
I was checking out gordeev stats for last night and noticed durzi hasn’t played in a few games. Is he injured again??? Seems quite fragile. Glad we traded him before he got injured again.
Same age as Moore last year, outproducing him. Similarly a guy that looks like a 190ft NHL player (though he doesn't have the electric footspeed and transition ability).
Would be surprised to see him emerge into the NHL picture as a call up next year in the final year of his elc then be pencilled in the year after on a sub million dollar contract.
With the talent we have on the wings and his cerebral nature I wouldn't rule out 3C upside
Most of the failed sniping D men had the vision but not the skating, and Mac has both. Now he just needs to keep improving next year. Ellis numbers are sick and that was a lower scoring era. OT check out Dallman's numbers in the K. Mediocre AHL numbers to the Paul Coffey of Kazakhstan.
I have him on ignore, but sometimes I do check what other silly stuff he is saying.
So you log out to read his posts, then log back in to comment about him? Your obsession is really weird, yea.
It's not an obsession. More like analyzing.
Your probably right though, I shouldn't be doing it.
No if someone is posting outright silly things I ignore them and not waste my time. If I had a childish grudge against someone because they didn't agree with me on something that is turning out they're not really all that far off on, I'd probably be logging out and in to read what they're saying and **** post about them to other people.
Hollowell should be dominating and he is, there is nothing more we can ask for in a overager. He has earned a contract and I'm excited to see what he does in the AHL
should not calle rosen play in nhl?
Jim Benning had video game numbers in junior.
Jim Benning Hockey Stats and Profile at hockeydb.com
I'm pretty sure both Rosen and Bracco should be called up to the big club for a few games as a reward for their work in the AHL. I would actually be very disappointed if this didn't happen
Rosen will 100% be a black ace assuming the Marlies miss the playoffs
What is the earliest Yegor Korshkov's season can end in the KHL?
No need to log out. Right click or press on the time stamp to a post and then select open in incognito/private browsing session. You can block all the 12 year olds and can catch up quickly if you find yourself getting lost in the discussion.
Engvall Mueller Bracco
MacMaster Jooris Gagne
Moore Brooks Gagner
Timashov Greening Carcone
I guess Sandin will need to carry Subban today.
No you can view ignored content by clicking on the page you are on while still logged on. It’s really one click and you can see ignored content
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