Prospect Info: Noah Juulsen Part II

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  1. 26Mats

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    We don't need to waive Ouellet until Armia comes back. We could waive a forward in the meantime. Unless management has made a decision on Ouellet and is ready to lose a depth defenseman. We're 9 deep without Ouellet, 10 with him, when you count Mete and Alzner.
     
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    Time to start shopping Petry for the manchildmountain
     
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    I agree it’s time to shop Petry. He seems to be worse when he doesn’t feel like “the man” on D anyway. That turnover where he wouldn’t pass to Weber was weird.
     
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    Did he model underwear while he was injured?
     
  5. Mrb1p

    Mrb1p PRICERSTOPDAPUCK

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    Hes more a glasses or haircut kinda model. Them cheekbones are worth gold.
     
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    Yeah. Petry seems to play worse when he is not the kingpin of the D-Corp. I guess he prefers to feel more involved in a game playing vs opponents' top lines.
     
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    LOL anyone thinking Benn is going anywhere. He was playing 20+ mins a night on pair 1 at one point.

    I actually think the team would even dress him over Schlemko at this point.

    Unless a trade comes up we will be seeing Benn on the bottom pair this season.
     
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    He's back on the ice and estimated time for return is one week. So he could be back Dec 11 against the Wild. He and Reilly had a good run together, it make sense to pair them again.

    Kulak - Weber
    Benn/Schlemko - Petry
    Reilly - Juulsen
     
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    Well, it will be the end of Ouellet.
     
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    but it's Julien so more like Reilly sits as I'd be surprised if he sits one of Benn/Schlemko.
     
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    I hope so. He wouldnt get claimed anyway if he's being sent to Laval.

    Yeah. :/
     
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    Kulak will get his shot there. But we've seen many play well for a short stretch and then falter. I hope he and Reilly can reach their potential.
     
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    jaffy27 From Russia wth Pain

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    I’m ok with this, give him the minutes, hope he does well and squeeze out a 3rd rounder for him.
     
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    That can’t come soon enough
     
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    How long before management screws up this first round pick? That’s the norm in this organization
     
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    WhiskeySeven* Expect the expected

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    What's this guy's ceiling? What's his trajectory? I get the feeling that he's a very serious professional, so I'm guessing he'll trend toward his ceiling but I wonder what that is.
     
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    I have him as some kind of Hamrlik. A stabilizing presence that you can rely upon for big minutes against key guy.
     
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    Not a big fan tbh. I find offensively he's a black hole and defensively he gets walked two or 3 times every game. His upside to me is a 5-6th dman.
     
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    Ummm, Hamrlik was excellent. The Habs hit the jackpot if Juulsen can become that good.
     
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    Hamrlik was a legit 2 who could step up as a no.1 if need be (and not the Petry sort of "stepping up"). He was very skilled, being a former 1st OA, which Juulsen isn't.
     
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    Is Hamrlik not the most underrated Habs of the past decade?
     
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    Hamr never realized on his offensive gifts though. He could never put together a high production type season. He was excellent defensively who chipped in on the score sheet on occasion.

    I think Juulsen will be similar. A 2nd pairing guy that's very reliable and consistent.
     
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    On occasion?

    Hamrlik averaged 30 points per season in his 4 seasons with the Habs, in spite of the fact that he wasn't usually on the 1st unit PP.
     
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    30 points is solid, but it's nothing special. He was definitely more revered for his defensive game with us.
     
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    He\s up there, but I still think Markov is, although appreciated by many, a lot of people just do realize how important Marky was.
     

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