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12-06-2004, 09:17 AM
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Dixon & Stone get invited

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21 WHL players...

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glad to hear stone made it.

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WHL is dominating the invitee's, not suprised and happy that they are.

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66% of the players are from the WHL.


Congrats to Stoner and Dixon. Stoner probably is a lock for the team and isn't Dixon a returnee? He'll probably nab the 3rd or 4th line center spot.

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I expect Dixon to make the team for his penalty killing, checking, and experience.

Stone looks to have a good chance to make the team, especially with Fehr there.

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I am hoping for Crosby to play with Stone and Fehr.
Especially if we do draft Crosby.

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66% of the players are from the WHL.


Congrats to Stoner and Dixon. Stoner probably is a lock for the team and isn't Dixon a returnee? He'll probably nab the 3rd or 4th line center spot.

2/3 make up the invitee's. SO yes that is 66%, i don't get what was funny i guess some people laugh at anything. I'm a big supporter of the WHL mainly because i think its more competitive than the QMJHL. But this year's Team Canada looks to be the best in a long LONG time.

The games will be a treat to watch this year for sure.

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I'm not sure he was laughing at you, but rather the fact that 66% come from the WHL. It's just statistically astonishing.

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I was laughing out of the fact that 66% of the players came from the WHL, not you...I don't get where you'd get that from...

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I was laughing out of the fact that 66% of the players came from the WHL, not you...I don't get where you'd get that from...

Oh i was just wondering what was funny. Yeah its great that the WHL is starting to dominate, i enjoy watching the WHL over any other league because its soo raw and entertaining and there is soo much talent there.

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Oh i was just wondering what was funny. Yeah its great that the WHL is starting to dominate, i enjoy watching the WHL over any other league because its soo raw and entertaining and there is soo much talent there.
Yes the WHL is a very exiting league to watch this year, but once the NHL starts up again all the players will be gone!

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Oh and here is a better link for all in invitee's.......


http://www.canadianhockey.ca/e/teams...s/can_sel.html

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