Ryan Getzlaf erupts for 6 points against Albany

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  1. Getzlaf had a hattrick and three assists, Portland scored 9 goals against Albany.

    in 10 games he has 23 points.
     
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    The Hitmen could have used some of those points last year when he completely choked in games 6 and 7 vs Brandon...

    Still, hell of a night for him. Glad he is doing well.
     
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    can't leave out the 5 by Perry including a short hander and 4 by Penner in the same game... Perry up to 22 in 11 games.
     
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    getz and perry deserve another call up and i bet they stick, anaheim could use the youth move
     
  5. You won't find any objection from me, but unfortunately they are stuck in Portland until some of the vet forwards are moved..I'm looking forward to maybe seeing them on the same line in the NHL next year, but i'm not sure if all 3 can play together with their lack of speed.
     
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    Perhaps a call-up would follow shortly on the heels of a Sykora trade?
     
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    These guys (Getzlaf and Perry) belong in the NHL. Never should have been sent down.
     
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    Last nine games in the NHL for Getzlaf: 3 points
    Last twelve games for Perry: 2 points

    Neither one had been playing well so the organization thought they were better off getting top minutes in the AHL. They deserve to be called back up, but it's not like either one was lighting it up in the NHL.
     
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    Wasn't Perry recovering from a concussion? Were they getting a lot of minutes?
     
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    Scoring 9 goals against Albany is like scoring 3 against any other team in the AHL.
     
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    Yeah deal Sykora to the Oilers for futures and free up some space for these 2!!! :) In all honesty, it is time for Peter to be dealt, and the Oilers could certainly use a shooting RW like himself.
     
  12. One night Getzlaf would get first line minutes, the next he would barely play. Perry did indeed slow down after the concussion, but neither got alot of PP time either.
     
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    I just saw the results on the portland website and was gonna post the same thing.

    Perry and Getz should be in the NHL, I hope Burke trades a forward or two to make room for them. They deserve to be on the 3rd line and work there way up from there w/ PP time.

    Anaheim has a great future on forwards w/ Lupol, Perry, Getz and Ryan. I still think they should have picked Jack Johnson last year but if Ryan pans out to be a top player I won't complain.

    Now they need some good young d to come up w/ Smid.
     
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    Give us Sykora for Hossa and a late pick, please.
     
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    The Ducks are playing well right now.. let them stay down there and dominate and develop more chemistry.
     
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    As well as they are both doing in the AHL, I hope they both stay there. Putting them on the 3rd line in a checking role probably won't do anything for their future and could end up hampering them like some say the Rangers did with Malhotra, and what the Kings are presently doing to Dustin Brown.
     
  17. what, no Poti?
     
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    What the kings are doing to dustin brown? playing him in a role thats right now hes suited for? He hasnt exactly been lighting up the score sheet so hes playing a perfect role for his career right now
     
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    At this point in his career I'll agree that he's best suited for 3rd line duty, but I certainly don't think it's best for his career. I don't think that 12:00 a game is what's best for a 20 year old with the potential of Dusty.
     
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