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Bryanbryoil 01-01-2013 04:14 AM

Happy New Year! Now Can We Finally Beat These Guys? OKC @ Houston, Tue. 1/1 4PM MDT
 

Game InfoGame Day: Tuesday January 1st 2013
Game Time: 4:00PM MDT
Radio:
PPV AHL Neulion


Season Series
DateLocationResult
10/26OKC 6-4 Houston
11/2OKC 4-3 OKC
11/3OKC 4-3 SO Houston
11/29Houston 2-1 SO Houston
11/30Houston 4-3 Houston
12/16Houston 4-3 SO Houston


LineupsBARONS: TBD, My Guess At This Point
Hall #22-Arcobello #26-Eberle #7
Paajarvi #19-Lander #16-Hartikainen #10
Hamilton #13-Green #12-Pitlick #9
Byers #34-House #21-Lizon #36

Deck #8-J. Schultz #5
Fedun #27-Teubert #33
Marincin #28-Plante #4

Danis #35
Roy #31

Scratches:

Healthy: D Henry #39

Injured: D Davidson #3 (Testicular Cancer), W Tyrvainen #14 (Broken Wrist), Ringwald #6 (Wrist)

Loaned To WJC's: C Nugent-Hopkins #18

Suspended: C Vande Velde #29 (1 more game left), W Pelss #23

Reassigned To Stockton: C Martindale #17, W Cornet #15


AEROS:
TBD
Roster



Who to watch?BARONS TO WATCH: Jordan Eberle has been red hot of late. In his last 16 games he has scored 17 goals and added 11 assists.

AEROS TO WATCH: Jason Zucker always seems to be a difference maker for the Aeros when these 2 clubs meet, 28 of Zucker's 96 shots on goal have come against in just 4 games against the Barons inluding a 13 and 9 shots on goal games. Zucker also has 5 points in those 4 games (3-2-5).
Mikael Granlund is another Aeros player that seems to have a field day against the Barons with 3-1-4 and 11 shots on goal in 3 meetings with the Barons.


Barons Number of the DayThe number of the day is 2 as in the number of hattricks Jordan Eberle has scored in his pro career. Both of them were in December.


Quotable"He usually bugs me in the room if I have 2, he says I'm going to get a hattrick which usually jinxes it"-Jordan Eberle on teammate Taylor Hall giving him a hard time about never scoring a pro hattrick prior to his first career hatty


Team Comparison
 BaronsAeros
Games3131
Points3837
Wins1716
GF10595
GA9189
Power Play %24.8 (1st)20.1 (5th)
Penalty Kill %79.6 (29th)80.6 (23rd)


Team Leaders
BaronsAeros
GOALS: Eberle (23)Zucker (13)
ASSISTS:Schultz (28)Connelly (18)
POINTS: Eberle (47)Zucker (26)
+/-: Eberle (+16)McIntyre (+15)


Today's Videos

Comrade Blunderbore 01-01-2013 04:42 AM

Happy New Year! С Новым Годом!

hope we can!

Roof Daddy 01-01-2013 10:06 AM

So here is a question worth discussing.... If the league and players reach an agreement and we do get a season, could Justin Schultz win the AHL and NHL rookie of the year in the same season? If a deal were to get done, I could still see him getting in the next 4 games before it is finalized. Assuming at his current clip he puts up 5 pts in those 4 games, he'd finish with 50pts in 35 games. Is 35 games enough to qualify? I would have to think 50pts from a rookie Dman in a full season would likely be good enough for rookie of the year. For the sheer impressiveness of the feat should he not get consideration, or do you guys think the AHL may be more interested in handing it out to someone who is there the whole season?

scid14 01-01-2013 10:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Roof Daddy (Post 56982925)
So here is a question worth discussing.... If the league and players reach an agreement and we do get a season, could Justin Schultz win the AHL and NHL rookie of the year in the same season? If a deal were to get done, I could still see him getting in the next 4 games before it is finalized. Assuming at his current clip he puts up 5 pts in those 4 games, he'd finish with 50pts in 35 games. Is 35 games enough to qualify? I would have to think 50pts from a rookie Dman in a full season would likely be good enough for rookie of the year. For the sheer impressiveness of the feat should he not get consideration, or do you guys think the AHL may be more interested in handing it out to someone who is there the whole season?

I would assume they would give it to someone who was there the whole season. I could be wrong. If I am, Schultz would probably have to be in talks.

Also, go away mini wild.

Soli 01-01-2013 11:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Roof Daddy (Post 56982925)
So here is a question worth discussing.... If the league and players reach an agreement and we do get a season, could Justin Schultz win the AHL and NHL rookie of the year in the same season? If a deal were to get done, I could still see him getting in the next 4 games before it is finalized. Assuming at his current clip he puts up 5 pts in those 4 games, he'd finish with 50pts in 35 games. Is 35 games enough to qualify? I would have to think 50pts from a rookie Dman in a full season would likely be good enough for rookie of the year. For the sheer impressiveness of the feat should he not get consideration, or do you guys think the AHL may be more interested in handing it out to someone who is there the whole season?

I'd tell Schultz he get called up only when he breaks the defenseman goalscoring record. :sarcasm:

frag2 01-01-2013 11:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Soli (Post 56983677)
I'd tell Schultz he get called up only when he breaks the defenseman goalscoring record. :sarcasm:

I was actually thinking the same thing. Ebs and Hall should do what the Nucks did to Sedin...just keep feeding him the puck to get points/goals haha

worraps 01-01-2013 11:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Soli (Post 56983677)
I'd tell Schultz he get called up only when he breaks the defenseman goalscoring record. :sarcasm:

Schultz should break the record; drop his gloves, stick, and helmet; skate straight to the dressing room; and leave the rink.

A Ted Williams style AHL retirement would only be fitting. :sarcasm:

tiger_80 01-01-2013 03:20 PM

Would be interesting to see which Barons would make it to the big club if there is a season.
Arcobello has played very well with Hall and Eberle. Could see him getting at least a few games in the big show.

scid14 01-01-2013 03:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tiger_80 (Post 56988521)
Would be interesting to see which Barons would make it to the big club if there is a season.
Arcobello has played very well with Hall and Eberle. Could see him getting at least a few games in the big show.

He is playing well. However he won't get any chances with us unless there is an injury in the top 6 and maybe not even then. He won't be called up for a bottom 6 role (VV will though and that would be good). Arco needs to play a top 6 scoring role and I don't see him getting that opportunity here any time soon.

In saying all that I think he deserves a shot somewhere.

Groucho 01-01-2013 04:13 PM

If Gagner and Horcoff both get hurt I could see Arcobello getting called up.

scid14 01-01-2013 04:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Groucho (Post 56990017)
If Gagner and Horcoff both get hurt I could see Arcobello getting called up.

That's what it would take. 2 of our centers getting hurt. If gags or RNH gets hurt then Horc moves up and VV gets called up...or something along those lines. Which is why I don't see him getting much of an opportunity here even with the infamous injury bug.

Puritania 01-01-2013 04:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by worraps (Post 56984229)
Schultz should break the record; drop his gloves, stick, and helmet; skate straight to the dressing room; and leave the rink.

A Ted Williams style AHL retirement would only be fitting. :sarcasm:

:laugh:

That would be glorius.

monkeywrench 01-01-2013 04:59 PM

I am predctong a 5 to 3 win. Big game from Hartsy and Hall.

nofool6110 01-01-2013 05:01 PM

NHLers (which would be... Ebs, Hall, Schultz (:nod:)) getting the call up to Edmonton after the game.

Just putting it out there...

And yes. Schultz is not allowed in Edmonton till all records are broken.

scid14 01-01-2013 05:02 PM

As we found out during the last game...

http://i49.tinypic.com/2zswmfr.jpg

0 Shots 3 Goals :yo:



...Alex Plante sneaks in there with 2 PIMs

TowMater14 01-01-2013 05:06 PM

Has anyone found a stream yet? If so, can you message me please?

Philly85 01-01-2013 05:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TowMater14 (Post 56991289)
Has anyone found a stream yet? If so, can you message me please?

Me 2, please and thanks in advance.

nofool6110 01-01-2013 05:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by scid14 (Post 56991223)
As we found out during the last game...

http://i49.tinypic.com/2zswmfr.jpg

0 Shots 3 Goals :yo:

...Alex Plante sneaks in there with 2 PIMs

I wonder if Eberle is in striking distance of any AHL records...

nofool6110 01-01-2013 05:13 PM

Anyone else's radio feed just not working? No video feeds yet...

scid14 01-01-2013 05:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nofool6110 (Post 56991385)
I wonder if Eberle is in striking distance of any AHL records...

Not sure? Probably has a chance if there is no season.

If Hall improves his accuracy...watch out :amazed:

Edit: No away audio feed on AHL live yet.

Groucho 01-01-2013 05:14 PM

Bummer on the no streams, dude.

Calamus 01-01-2013 05:16 PM

If you're on the fence about paying for the stream, it is actually very high quality today IMO.

monkeywrench 01-01-2013 05:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by scid14 (Post 56991455)
Not sure? Probably has a chance if there is no season.

If Hall improves his accuracy...watch out :amazed:

Edit: No away audio feed on AHL live yet.

Go too the Barons website and you will get the away radio feed.

scid14 01-01-2013 05:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by monkeywrench (Post 56991495)
Go too the Barons website and you will get the away radio feed.

Thanks so much, listening to homers in the AHL is terrible.

scid14 01-01-2013 05:20 PM

You could see that coming a mile away haha

Hallsy!!!


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