GDT: St. John’s IceCaps vs Hamilton Bulldogs-7:30pm EST Sportsnet,TVA

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  1. donghabs98

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    [​IMG] vs [​IMG]

    Game Time-7:30pm EST
     
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    Any streams for this game?
     
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    Pretty sure that today's and tomorrow's games are on Sportsnet...
     
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    It's on tvasp tonight for sure at 7:30.
     
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    Eager to see how Lefebvre can piss me off tonight.

    FSD (flu) and Commodore (groin) are out. Totally green defence tonight.
     
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  6. It's on sportsnet too
     
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    The 2 useless goons are playing again...:facepalm:

    The Dogs won 2 games without Stortini, yet he's now a lineup staple despite the fact they went 1-2-1 with him in the lineup during that road trip. Lefebvre is completely unable to evaluate a horrible veteran, it's a joke.
     
  8. His reaction time is slow and his decisions are weird sometimes. I don't understand the reasoning behind playing Storts. He must be really good with the young guys to be granted a roster spot despite being absolutely useless on the ice.
     
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    Wow, great play by Beaulieu there. He's exceeding all my expectations so far this season.
     
  10. Yes because a guy playing the 4th line who gets 7 min a game is the reason the Dogs lose !!:laugh: Just like it was Darche's fault last year.
     
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    Hagel almost just literally scored on his own net. After each 4th line shift, momentum shifts to the opponent.
     
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    I wish Brunet was describing the game and not Langevin... That's saying a lot about my appreciation of Langevin.
     
  13. Still is not a valid point for a line that plays 6-7 mins. This teams problem is that the competition in the AHL is very strong this year. Besides, the coaching has average at best. I haven't been impressed with the Dogs top 2 lines, not one little bit !
     
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    I thought Ellis is playing a pretty solid game so far, Tinordi not so much, seems really slow tonight... Beaulieu with some good moments, a bit of trouble in his own zone at the end of the period but still a good first from the kid.. Up front, Leblanc is playing with very little confidence thats obvious, hopefully he picks it up..
     
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    Just logged in to say PK a G.
     
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    Generally, I'd agree. But Stortini had a pretty good streak of penalties that got us scored against. The AHL is very strong this year, I agree. All that means is that all the moving parts of a team need to be at their best. The fact that Stortini plays at all is worrisome.
     
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    Tinordi is notorious for taking a while to adjust to new leagues but I think after this season he will step up as a dominant player. Ellis however is my favourite defense prospect, love his game, patience and hockey IQ.
     
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    Clearly Leblanc is playing with linemates that cannot follow his speed of execution. Fortier loses every puck battle and Quailer is visibly a step too slow. Even Fortier can't follow.

    Leblanc has the puck on his stick all the time but cannot do it all by himself.
     
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    Come on corbin. You're gonna make me sound like a hater.

    Where's analyzer at?
     
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    Fall behind 2-0?

    Putting Stortini on the ice on the next shift is Lefebvre's answer. As if playing that underwhelming line every 4 shifts wasn't already enough.:laugh:

    Gallagher scores!
     
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    Gallagher goal! What a pass from Fortier. Fortier is having a pretty good game.
     
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    I'd like to see him play with Bournival and Gallagher and move Holland down a line.
     
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    Players a being developed for future role with the Habs. Leblanc will play a third line role in NHL. Gallagher will play on a top two line.
     
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    Get off HF, Sylvain.
     
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    It's about time we develop organizational standards when it comes to development.
     
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