Sebastien Uvira

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  1. TheNudge

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    Can anyone give me any insight on this kid? will he be drafted?

    I heard he's a very skilled player from Germany. Info please??
     
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    bump, can anyone tell more something about him?
     
  3. Bubba88

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    U U Uvira :laugh:


    His father was a pro too. He just signed a contract in Germany for a "few years". He was good at the U20


    in the german league 2 he played with good physicality and has good skills. He is a hard working guy. He needs time (and more time) to get better. I wouldn't mind drafting him in the 5th or 6th Round.
     
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    has zero hockey sense unlike his father who was very good D(world champion in 1985 with Czech team)
     
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    He's on the ISS "risers" list - http://www.hockeysfuture.com/articles/13066/iss_top30_risers_and_fallers_may2011/

     
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    Basically, he wasn't on the map whatsoever until his U-18 performance. He started off well and seemed to get better just when several of the important guys were injured.

    It should be interesting to see if a team takes a chance on him. As we know, there are one or two NHL clubs who tend to take a German almost every draft.

    Just to let you know, he played a grand total of 85 games this past season and totaled 26-25-51 and 170 PMs.

    He is already 6'2" and 198 lbs. He's scheduled to part of the Augsburg Panthers system next season.
     
  7. Bubba88

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    I wouldn't say he has no hockey sense...
     
  8. Czechexpert

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    that´s my opinion based on a few games in which I saw him in last two seasons
     
  9. Bubba88

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    I have no problem with your opinion ;)

    I just don't agree with it
     
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    same to you;)
     
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