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Daisy 03-18-2005 04:46 PM

Wolf Pack Clear Day Roster
 
Goaltenders:
Jason LaBarbera and Steve Valiquette

Skaters:
Garth Murray, Ken Gernander, Jeff Hamilton, Jamie Lundmark, Alexandre Giroux, Dominic Moore, Layne Ulmer, Chad Wiseman, Thomas Pock, Jeff MacMillan, Jake Taylor, Bryce Lampman, Lawrence Nycholat, Craig Weller, Martin Grenier, Jed Ortmeyer, Ryan Hollweg, Trevor Gillies, Jozef Balej, Joel Bouchard

Four players are in residence with the Wolf Pack in the event of injury. They are David Liffiton, Blair Betts, Lucas Lawson and Dwight Helminen. Helminen was recalled by the Pack today.

http://hartfordwolfpack.com/press_20050318.php

BDubinskyNYR17* 03-18-2005 05:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Daisy
Goaltenders:
Jason LaBarbera and Steve Valiquette

Skaters:
Garth Murray, Ken Gernander, Jeff Hamilton, Jamie Lundmark, Alexandre Giroux, Dominic Moore, Layne Ulmer, Chad Wiseman, Thomas Pock, Jeff MacMillan, Jake Taylor, Bryce Lampman, Lawrence Nycholat, Craig Weller, Martin Grenier, Jed Ortmeyer, Ryan Hollweg, Trevor Gillies, Jozef Balej, Joel Bouchard

Four players are in residence with the Wolf Pack in the event of injury. They are David Liffiton, Blair Betts, Lucas Lawson and Dwight Helminen. Helminen was recalled by the Pack today.

http://hartfordwolfpack.com/press_20050318.php


Wow Taylor over Liffiton??? Why is that???

NYFAN 03-18-2005 06:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JOrtmeyer41
Wow Taylor over Liffiton??? Why is that???

Cause he is older and further ahead in development I would speculate.

bmoak 03-18-2005 07:30 PM

Actually, Liffiton's older than Taylor.

(oops. No he's not)

E-Train 03-18-2005 07:33 PM

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Originally Posted by bmoak
Actually, Liffiton's older than Taylor.

Taylor's born in '83, Liffiton in '84. Taylor is older.

bmoak 03-18-2005 07:36 PM

Can't leave a mistake up for 30 seconds, without getting jumped on....

Fletch 03-18-2005 07:44 PM

Taylor is older...
 
but in the games I've seen, he's ouplayed Liffiton. I hope (obviously) that Taylor continues to improve. The kid's big. He just needs to figure out how to use his body more while not getting out of position at the same time.

AXN 03-19-2005 01:42 PM

Too many defensemen. Do you really need Greenier or Pock? They could have been reserve's when someone got injured and kept Helminen on the regular roster spot as a fourth line center.

Nycholat
Lampman
Bouchard
MacMillan
Weller
Taylor

Pock or Grenier.

top six look good.

bmoak 03-19-2005 03:53 PM

The Pack would really rather play Weller at forward full-time. The team doens't really have the size up front to crash the net and you need to be albe to do that in the playoffs. The Pack will go with 7 D on the 22-man roster and use Weller as an emergeny replacement.

Onion Boy 03-19-2005 04:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Fletch
but in the games I've seen, he's ouplayed Liffiton. I hope (obviously) that Taylor continues to improve. The kid's big. He just needs to figure out how to use his body more while not getting out of position at the same time.

You really think so? From everything I've seen I thought Liffiton outplayed Taylor. The one time I actually saw Taylor in person at a game in Bridgeport he was absolutely brutal (Liffiton was injured for that game).

NYFAN 03-19-2005 07:18 PM

I love Liffiton as a player . I think he has excellent potential, but is still pretty raw and needs more development. I can see him as a serious defensive force in our zone, who will do the dirty work in front of the net, in a couple of years! He turns 21 this year I believe, so I'm hoping he elevates his play this fall to another level.


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