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03-27-2008, 02:06 PM
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The SIJHL has pulled some players from Kenora in the past few years. There's also the problem of exposure for elite players in NW Ontario. Since they can't be drafted in the WHL, they move to the Toronto area to get scouted.

I don't know how the team has been doing in the past few years but in the 90s, they had lots of good teams.

The players? One of them is Mike Richards, the other one has a Hart Trophy.
richards and pronger-dryden. ok ill give you those thats about it really.
thunderbay has no trouble getting exposure and they put together some pretty damn good teams.
kenoras teams recent few years suck they play in the winnipeg league and get **** pumped every game.

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Has anyone seen Hamilton Steen, playing for Winnipeg Wild? Is he any good? His Alexander Steen's younger, which is why I ask.

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Roseau>>>Winnipeg Thrashers
T 3 - 3 20080110 Russell Stover Stars 18U AAA
W 6 - 0 20080111 Colorado Outlaws 18U AAA
W 4 - 2 20080112 Texas Attack 18U AAA
W 4 - 3 20080112 Chadders 18U AAA
L 1 - 8 20080113 Shattuck St Mary Prep

So Finn. How do you think Roseau would do against this level of competition?

Also wondering if you know how old the Winnipeg boys are relative to the Roseau boys? Most of the guys on the Winnipeg team are Grade 10's and 11's and they are also about six months younger on average than most of your grade 10's and 11's due to the way school and hockey works up here. Noticed Roseau had a lot of grade 12's. The grade 12's that are going anywhere up here ain't playing midget hockey, I can absolutely assure you of that.

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richards and pronger-dryden. ok ill give you those thats about it really.
thunderbay has no trouble getting exposure and they put together some pretty damn good teams.
kenoras teams recent few years suck they play in the winnipeg league and get **** pumped every game.
Thunder Bay is a heck of a lot bigger than Kenora. Thunder Bay also plays a bunch of tournaments in southern ontario in order to get exposure.

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03-27-2008, 05:14 PM
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Thunder Bay is a heck of a lot bigger than Kenora. Thunder Bay also plays a bunch of tournaments in southern ontario in order to get exposure.

well you brought up NW Ontario so thats why i mentioned Thunder Bay, because its in the area.
but kenoras teams are awful these past 5 years thats what im talking about. Thunder Bay does alot of traveling games i know that. theres no point in Thunder Bay in actually playing in a league they do so much traveling as it is. should turn into a travel team.

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well you brought up NW Ontario so thats why i mentioned Thunder Bay, because its in the area.
but kenoras teams are awful these past 5 years thats what im talking about. Thunder Bay does alot of traveling games i know that. theres no point in Thunder Bay in actually playing in a league they do so much traveling as it is. should turn into a travel team.
Thunder Bay and Kenora a 700km apart.

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Thunder Bay and Kenora a 700km apart.
hahah uh no its not. its about 500km. your off by about 200 km.
i have no idea where you got your information from for that. but the governtment of ontario website sure doesnt say theyre 700 km apart.
and why are you even bring up the distance between them? theyre both still in "NW" ontario as it is.

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Has anyone seen Hamilton Steen, playing for Winnipeg Wild? Is he any good? His Alexander Steen's younger, which is why I ask.
for a 2nd year player. just under a ppg. on an already strong wild team hes not bad. playing in a aaa league thats a little weaker than it has been in recent years i would expected a few more points by him.

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