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01-06-2013, 12:06 AM
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Originally Posted by orcatown View Post
Tanev played like 3/4 of the game. Think he looked every bit as good as Smith.

Wolves should have won but have some players that can't score a lick. Also Climie let him some weak goals whereas McCollum was very good.

Sweatt had two open chances and made pathetic efforts. Sweatt is your ultimate "tweener". Lacks hands to be much use offensively and not tough enough or defensively aware enough to be your bottom six. Not sure you are looking to re-sign this player.

Connauton had again his good and bad moments. Made some significant errors late the game that just about lost it. Did however, create more offense than previously Don't know why Connauton is not used n the shoot out.

Schroeder had very good game but still miscued on a number of chances. Close to breaking out but needs to be just that little bit better in converting passes near the net and in putting away chances

Kassain is in the same boat. Doing some excellent things but with a little more touch and focus could be piling up points. Missed some excellent chances in this game.

Rodin back on bench but didn't play in the third. Him and Davies basically sat out most of the latter part of the game.

Friesen was little better but still not ready for this level. Can't do anything with the puck

Meskovic is dreadful and should be replaced by Andersson
How was Miskovic back in after last games brutal showing?! That's unbelievable and unforgivable, especially considering Andersson has done a pretty good job in the minutes he's played.

I echo your sentiments about Baumgartner. Terrrrrrible move by an organization (Canucks) that preaches development and proclaims that's where they will gain advantage over the rest of the league. Hiring a complete novice as one of your assistant coaches, and one that wasn't even good enough to play in the show is a funny way to get a leg up on the competition.

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