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Rolen 09-23-2012 06:16 PM

LD Ryan Culkin (2012, 124th, CGY)
 
5th round pick for the flames.

Today he has 1 goal, 5 hits and was a +3. That gives him a total of 1 goal and 4 assists in 2 games.

I admit his stats may be inflated playing on a stacked Remparts team, so does anyone that actually watches the Remparts care to give some info on him?

Thanks

SergeConstantin74 09-23-2012 06:47 PM

He has played really well in the first two games. He plays more physical than he did last year which was a weakness.

Rolen 10-07-2012 06:06 PM

A goal tonight in a 4-2 loss.

2 goals and 8 assists for him in 8 games. Leads all defenceman in the QMJHL for points.

Sean Monahan 12-20-2012 04:13 AM

27pts in 33gms

This guy!

Jason MacIsaac 12-20-2012 06:57 AM

I had him ranked late 2nd round last year. For whatever reason other publications didn't agree with me since he didn't wow you in any part of the game. The guy gets it done with high intelligence, very good hands and tremendous poise.

R S 12-21-2012 11:53 AM

Signed him in my keeper league as during our offseason we don't have roster limits. Hoping it pays off. Kid's talented offensively.

OvermanKingGainer 07-09-2016 10:52 PM

Somewhat a forgotten prospect with injuries and shiny new Toys, but ability-wise I still believe this is a guy who will be an NHLer.

http://flames.nhl.com/club/news.htm?...id=DL|CGY|home

HaleyDestroyedNurse 07-10-2016 12:56 AM

I saw Stockton quite a bit this year, but I honestly don't remember him. Can you give me a brief description of his game?

Caged Great 07-10-2016 06:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HaleyDestroyedNurse (Post 120596551)
I saw Stockton quite a bit this year, but I honestly don't remember him. Can you give me a brief description of his game?

See Brett Kulak.

Virtually identical prospects in terms of skill sets. Kulak took a step forward over Culkin due to not being injured for lengthy periods of time.

MatthewFlames 07-11-2016 02:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Caged Great (Post 120597975)
See Brett Kulak.

Virtually identical prospects in terms of skill sets. Kulak took a step forward over Culkin due to not being injured for lengthy periods of time.

If Culkin get's to the level he was at camp a couple of years ago, then he begins to look like a genuine NHL prospect again. Have to feel for him, the injuries have not been kind, but he is an underrated prospect, and despite the depth for the Flames, he's still got a shot.

Reinhart 07-12-2016 02:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Caged Great (Post 120597975)
See Brett Kulak.

Virtually identical prospects in terms of skill sets. Kulak took a step forward over Culkin due to not being injured for lengthy periods of time.

Disgree.

Kulak is much more physical and has a really good point shot. That to me, is a really big difference.

They just both skate well with the puck, and move the puck fairly well. Kulak is a much more rounded defencemen, however. While I see some resemblance, they are nowhere close to being identical, other than they were taken in the same draft and have their names start with a 'k' sound.


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