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1857 Howitzer 02-17-2013 02:11 PM

Collins Recalled / Goloubef Assigned
 
“@RobMixer: #CBJ recall Sean Collins and assign Cody Goloubef to Springfield.”

“@RobMixer: Collins, 24, has had a solid first pro season with Springfield. He's got six goals and 15 points so far, playing a multitude of roles. #CBJ”

“@RobMixer: Yep. 6-foot-3, 184 lbs. and is strong in the circle and on the walls. RT @CBJProspects: big kid too”

Mayor Bee 02-17-2013 02:20 PM

As soon as he steps on the ice, he'll be the 6th of 9 players from the 2008 draft class to play an NHL game. One (Drew Olson) is still in college, and another (Steven Delisle) was traded as part of the Nash trade.

6/9, including 4/5 from the 5th round and later...not bad for a guy who "couldn't draft".

Jaxs 02-17-2013 02:22 PM

Surprised Erixon isn't the one going down after his play last night.

Cyclones Rock 02-17-2013 02:27 PM

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Originally Posted by Mayor Bee (Post 59901279)
As soon as he steps on the ice, he'll be the 6th of 9 players from the 2008 draft class to play an NHL game. One (Drew Olson) is still in college, and another (Steven Delisle) was traded as part of the Nash trade.

6/9, including 4/5 from the 5th round and later...not bad for a guy who "couldn't draft".


I'm sure that 29 NHL organizations are just overloading his cell phone with the hope that he'll choose them.

Viqsi 02-17-2013 03:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Mayor Bee (Post 59901279)
As soon as he steps on the ice, he'll be the 6th of 9 players from the 2008 draft class to play an NHL game. One (Drew Olson) is still in college, and another (Steven Delisle) was traded as part of the Nash trade.

6/9, including 4/5 from the 5th round and later...not bad for a guy who "couldn't draft".

Hell of a year, that one was. Even with Filatov. Imagine if he'd panned out...

1857 Howitzer 02-17-2013 03:15 PM

“@smitchcd: Sean Collins will wear No. 75, according to #CBJ site. #meanjoegreene”

bizzz* 02-17-2013 03:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Jaxs (Post 59901435)
Surprised Erixon isn't the one going down after his play last night.

Yeah, they should have sent him down. Last night Erixon was +2 and he's +4 for the year. Looks like a threat for the tanking.

Timeless Winter 02-17-2013 03:31 PM

Plus/minus does not tell you how well or poorly someone played.

OldGoaltender 02-17-2013 03:35 PM

I think Erixon will be fine. I'd rather see him paired with anyone but Aucoin. Right now Aucoin is the biggest liability on the blue line followed closely by Nikitin.

CapnCornelius 02-17-2013 03:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Mayor Bee (Post 59901279)
As soon as he steps on the ice, he'll be the 6th of 9 players from the 2008 draft class to play an NHL game. One (Drew Olson) is still in college, and another (Steven Delisle) was traded as part of the Nash trade.

6/9, including 4/5 from the 5th round and later...not bad for a guy who "couldn't draft".

How many of those six do you think will get pensions?

JD and JK are evaluating what they have, nothing more.

arudick 02-17-2013 03:48 PM

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Originally Posted by OldGoaltender (Post 59906323)
I think Erixon will be fine. I'd rather see him paired with anyone but Aucoin. Right now Aucoin is the biggest liability on the blue line followed closely by Nikitin.

It seems the vets are just having a tough time in general. I could say the same about Prospal who seems to also be a liability up front. Nikitin also is playing terribly, but I believe it's more of an effect of a struggling team. Can't miss him out there though, in a bad way.

OldGoaltender 02-17-2013 03:54 PM

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Originally Posted by arudick (Post 59907153)
It seems the vets are just having a tough time in general. I could say the same about Prospal who seems to also be a liability up front. Nikitin also is playing terribly, but I believe it's more of an effect of a struggling team. Can't miss him out there though, in a bad way.

I don't know if because most of the vets were sitting around at home but many of our vets look slow of foot.

arudick 02-17-2013 04:00 PM

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Originally Posted by OldGoaltender (Post 59907449)
I don't know if because most of the vets were sitting around at home but many of our vets look slow of foot.

Seems like that was the case. Especially when you look at Prospal's numbers and compare them to this year. I'm sure the same goes for Aucoin. This is why the young guys are being thrown into the mix. I'm just hoping we're not rushing these guys. I'd rather take our time on them and let them develop. But it seems they're bringing up the right guys who deserve to be called up so that's a good sign.

Jaxs 02-17-2013 04:00 PM

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Originally Posted by bizzz (Post 59905927)
Yeah, they should have sent him down. Last night Erixon was +2 and he's +4 for the year. Looks like a threat for the tanking.

Watch the game and get back to me.

bizzz* 02-17-2013 04:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Jaxs (Post 59907855)
Watch the game and get back to me.

I won't watch it. So stay alone.
The kid is the only d-man on the team with positive +/-, and he's +4. And after just one questionable game you wanna send him down. What a genius decision maker you are! The Jackets wouldn't have had problems with players development if you were a part of the front office.

cbjfaninmo 02-17-2013 04:19 PM

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Originally Posted by CapnCornelius (Post 59906401)
JD and JK are evaluating what they have, nothing more.

I agree.

Jaxs 02-17-2013 04:30 PM

It was either him or CG to go back. I have no problem with Erixon getting on the job experience at the NHL level. My comment, that I was surprised it wasn't him going back, was in line with what I said last night in the GDT. If you want to use +/- to guage accountability, be my guest. I'll watch the games and form an opinion. As for my genius, thanks for noticing. I'll put my development skills up against yours anyday.

bizzz* 02-17-2013 05:34 PM

I guess you and everyone else liked JMFJ and John Moore play on 1st, 2nd and 4th Phoenix goals. Cause no one said a bad word towards them. I thought they were god damn awful, but all the crap goes to Erixon and as usually Nikitin.
Nikitin made a few bad plays, but your golden boy Johnny didn't make ANY plays on those 3 goals. He was like non-existent. That's what you probably like about d-man. Invisibility.

1857 Howitzer 02-17-2013 05:54 PM

“@Aportzline: #CBJ F Sean Collins will wear No. 43. #nolinger”

OldGoaltender 02-17-2013 06:33 PM

What kind of player is Collins?

Byrral 02-17-2013 07:02 PM

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Originally Posted by OldGoaltender (Post 59906323)
I think Erixon will be fine. I'd rather see him paired with anyone but Aucoin. Right now Aucoin is the biggest liability on the blue line followed closely by Nikitin.

Said it a couple times last night in the GDT. And Erixons play has suffered becuase of it. But at times last night for the first time he truly looked over matched to me.

For some reason Sean Collins reminds me of Andrew Murray.

Jaxs 02-17-2013 07:17 PM

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Originally Posted by bizzz (Post 59915159)
I guess you and everyone else liked JMFJ and John Moore play on 1st, 2nd and 4th Phoenix goals. Cause no one said a bad word towards them. I thought they were god damn awful, but all the crap goes to Erixon and as usually Nikitin.
Nikitin made a few bad plays, but your golden boy Johnny didn't make ANY plays on those 3 goals. He was like non-existent. That's what you probably like about d-man. Invisibility.

No, I wasn't impressed by the play last night of the d corps as a whole. My critique of Erixon had to do with his taking two minor penalties in a row, and how that would probably lead to him being stapled to the bench. I suppose I should have cleared it with you since you seem to know who my golden boy is, and what my definition for invisible is, as it pertains to defenseman.

I have no problem listening to how you think this team should be handled moving foward. To come after me linking tanking to who I think should've been sent down is cheap.

leesmith 02-17-2013 07:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Byrral (Post 59922795)
Said it a couple times last night in the GDT. And Erixons play has suffered becuase of it. But at times last night for the first time he truly looked over matched to me.

For some reason Sean Collins reminds me of Andrew Murray.

Weighty. ;)

leesmith 02-17-2013 07:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Jaxs (Post 59924153)
No, I wasn't impressed by the play last night of the d corps as a whole. My critique of Erixon had to do with his taking two minor penalties in a row, and how that would probably lead to him being stapled to the bench. I suppose I should have cleared it with you since you seem to know who my golden boy is, and what my definition for invisible is, as it pertains to defenseman.

I have no problem listening to how you think this team should be handled moving foward. To come after me linking tanking to who I think should've been sent down is cheap.

If it means anything, I think Erixon should have been sent down too.

Jaxs 02-17-2013 07:40 PM

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Originally Posted by leesmith (Post 59925445)
If it means anything, I think Erixon should have been sent down too.

Thanks, Lee.

That is the beauty of being a fan. We all want the same for this team, and won't always agree with how to get there.


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