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04-04-2008, 11:17 AM
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With all these call-ups doing so well (ie, D'Agostini), I wonder where'll be the place for Grabovski, Chipchura, Maxwell & White.

There's only so much room and who's going to leave to make place for them? Dandenault, Kostopoulos, Smolinski, Begin? That's still not enough room...

Hmmmm............

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04-04-2008, 11:20 AM
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He was good, but without the puck he looks lost, doesn't a very good intensity and look shy as Andrei Kostitsyn looked back at time. Show some good thing, he will be an NHLer of course, but maybe just a third or second line foward.

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It's because he actually looks exactly like Higgins. People see their faces (seriously, they're freaking twins) and then assume they're the same player.
That's the first thing i said when i saw him in the interview.. it's very uncanny.

He has nice wheels, I think he will replace Ryder next yr too.

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That's the first thing i said when i saw him in the interview.. it's very uncanny.

He has nice wheels, I think he will replace Ryder next yr too.
It's like Olivier Michaud and Yann Danis, we are good at the doppelgangers.

Hopefully this set turns out better.

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04-04-2008, 11:38 AM
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Why is that so funny? Ryder's role isn't to be a first or even second line winger anymore. I think D'Agostini could fit well on the 3rd line next year, and perhaps do just as well as Ryder did this year (not that hard to do). No one expects Dags to score 30, but Ryder's 14 is not out of reach at all.

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Is he still in the org? He's a distant cousin of mine (whom I have never seen or spoken to, unfortunately).


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