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01-18-2010, 08:48 PM
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Bobby Sanguinetti breaks AHL record For Fastest Lap

He Broke it with 13.667. Good Job Bobby!!

Maybe Torts will see this and bring you up for a couple games

He Said he won because the way torts trained him in training camp

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01-18-2010, 08:55 PM
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Wasn't it him that collapsed? If so he's come a long way.

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Somewhere Jason Krog is crying...

But awesome for him. He should get a job out of training camp next year if he isn't traded.

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does anyone know what the NHL record is?

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Lol Sangs had the weakest shot. Guess he'll be taking wristers from the point.

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does anyone know what the NHL record is?
Its Gartner with 13 something, but if you look at the video, when he did it the nets were at the top of the crease, whereas in recent NHL competitions the nets were closer to the boards.

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Lol Sangs had the weakest shot. Guess he'll be taking wristers from the point.
Gilroy's shot is like 70 mph. Needless to say Sanguinetti has never been described as having a bomb of a shot, more of a passer.

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does anyone know what the NHL record is?
Mike Gartner 13.386 in 1996

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Lol Sangs had the weakest shot. Guess he'll be taking wristers from the point.
It's not just about power. Look at Dan Girardi. He hardly has an intimidating slapshot, but he's good at placing it on net, and as a result he puts up points from rebounds, deflections, and screens.

It doesn't matter how hard your shot is if it doesn't go on net.

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Lol Sangs had the weakest shot. Guess he'll be taking wristers from the point.
A majority of the most productive offensive d-men use accurate wristers in place of a big slapper. Kaberle, Campbell, Green, Boyle, etc; all perennially among the league leaders on the blue line and none of them have a huge shot.

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A majority of the most productive offensive d-men use accurate wristers in place of a big slapper. Kaberle, Campbell, Green, Boyle, etc; all perennially among the league leaders on the blue line and none of them have a huge shot.
I know, just thought it was funny that he came in last. Not every dman is Al McInnis. I think players use the slapshot too much anyway. It's much more important to get the puck on net, especially on the PP.

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It's not just about power. Look at Dan Girardi. He hardly has an intimidating slapshot, but he's good at placing it on net, and as a result he puts up points from rebounds, deflections, and screens.

It doesn't matter how hard your shot is if it doesn't go on net.
Not that I'm arguing, but I always seems to say to myself Girardi misses the net a lot.

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I know, just thought it was funny that he came in last. Not every dman is Al McInnis. I think players use the slapshot too much anyway. It's much more important to get the puck on net, especially on the PP.
Gotcha.

Don't get me wrong, I'd love to have a Shea Weber type on the blueline, but the wrister is proving to be a very effective choice.

I still think Sangs gets a raw deal around here from some fans. The kid is going to be a player.

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A majority of the most productive offensive d-men use accurate wristers in place of a big slapper. Kaberle, Campbell, Green, Boyle, etc; all perennially among the league leaders on the blue line and none of them have a huge shot.
Missing the biggest one - Nik Lidstrom

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Missing the biggest one - Nik Lidstrom
Doh.

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Not that I'm arguing, but I always seems to say to myself Girardi misses the net a lot.
How can he miss the net if the shot never makes it there in the first place? lol

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I think people saying Bobby Sangs should get traded will eat their words in a couple of years. The kid is going to be good and the extra seasoning in the AHL will help him in the long run.

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wtf? he looked a good skater when he was up with us, but certainly not blazing speed.

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I think people saying Bobby Sangs should get traded will eat their words in a couple of years. The kid is going to be good and the extra seasoning in the AHL will help him in the long run.
Hmm... not sure about that. I just don't know if he will ever get a shot here. Next season he's going to be fighting for a spot against Heikkinen, McDonagh and probably Sauer. Unless there are two spots open I have a feeling McDonagh will win that spot

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Every time I read about Sangs I get more and more confused. I always thought he was a shoot-first type of dman based on his 29 goals season in the OHL, but then I hear he has a weak shot. For him to win fastest skater is weird, is this guy like MDZ in that he rushes the puck up and runs the powerplay with his playmaking? Every time I get the chance to see him play on the Rangers or preseason he solely focuses on defense, and never showcases his talents.

Girardi is not the comparison that should make a Ranger fan happy. His shot is slow and never amounts to anything. It always goes off a player and wide.

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Every time I read about Sangs I get more and more confused. I always thought he was a shoot-first type of dman based on his 29 goals season in the OHL, but then I hear he has a weak shot. For him to win fastest skater is weird, is this guy like MDZ in that he rushes the puck up and runs the powerplay with his playmaking? Every time I get the chance to see him play on the Rangers or preseason he solely focuses on defense, and never showcases his talents.

Girardi is not the comparison that should make a Ranger fan happy. His shot is slow and never amounts to anything. It always goes off a player and wide.
from what ive heard is that hes always been a wrister kinda player, rarely using the slapper.

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It's not just about power. Look at Dan Girardi. He hardly has an intimidating slapshot, but he's good at placing it on net, and as a result he puts up points from rebounds, deflections, and screens.

It doesn't matter how hard your shot is if it doesn't go on net.

You are talking about his OHL days, right?

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How can he miss the net if the shot never makes it there in the first place? lol
It's a cause for celebration when one of Girardi's shots isn't blocked... he is the polar opposite of Rozy: firing away regardless of whether he has a clear shooting lane, while Rozy plays pattycake with the puck when he should shoot.

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I still feel Sanguinetti will be a solid NHL player.

And am against trading him.

Staal-Gilroy
McDonagh-Sanguinetti
Del Zotto-Girardi

Is the core I want to keep together.

I think Sauer could replace Girardi, but I wouldn't deal Sanguinetti.

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Lol Sangs had the weakest shot. Guess he'll be taking wristers from the point.
Sangs uses his wrister more often then his slapper anyway. His wrist shot has always been "his" shot. Quick release, low to the ground and accurate.

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