Discussion in 'Trade Rumors and Free Agent Talk' started by 5cotland, Jul 13, 2020.
That’s exactly right
I venmo him every 6 months to keep posting his opinions on HF.
He should absolutely be allowed to play now that he’s signed. The NHL once again leaves me scratching my head.
Least he’s signed for Minnesota moving forward.
If that was the case and they win the lotto and draft Laf that would be epic karma against the league.
That said I think everyone knows Montreal/Pittsburgh loser is getting #1
If you handed Corey Pronman a hockey puck, he would spend 2 hours trying to figure out how to open it.
If anyone is wondering, its pronounced Kah-REAL Ka-PREE-sof
I thought readers of this board would appreciate it. If you personally don't care for Pronman's opinion, I don't give two tugs. Go start shit with someone else.
So he can’t play in the postseason right?
That's correct. He will travel with the team to Edmonton, be a part of their 31 man roster, but he won't play any games.
Unless we throw a Rask jersey on him. Of course he'd still end up in the press box with that jersey too.
looking forward to watch him play in NHL.
Simma down now chap.
I'm sure there's a reason but it would have been fun to see him against the Nucks. Especially since now when we sweep them, it will be used as an excuse. JK.
There’s already an unlimited amount of excuses for this season anyways
What’s the point of that ?
To get acclimated with North America, the organization and his teammates.
Nah, I think, he would start cooking it immediately.
NHL wants to seemingly be in charge and deny fans of watching great players.
I think it is fantastic. Doesn't hurt our changes in the year end bingo.
Just out of sheer curiosity, I looked up what Pronman had to say about Panarin in the summer of 2015:
Looks like Pronman didn't exactly expect Panarin-type production from Panarin either, unless you consider 77 points to be worthy of "maybe even top 6".
No you weren't, you were told he has a higher upside/ future value.
I do hope you saved that post to look back on when Kaprisov doesn't become the savior of Minnesota that you expect him to be and instead settles nicely as a second line winger.
Im gonna bookmark this one too to look back on when Kaprizov is immediately a 1st line player and Ian Mitchell tops out as a 3rd pair D.
Please do. Don't forget to @ me when he doesn't live up to your expectations and Minnesota remains stuck as a middling bubble team
what if he lives up to expectations but Minnesota does Minnesota things and stays middling?
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