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01-12-2005, 11:01 PM
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Locke HW prospect of the month

Habsworld.net named Corey Locke the Decemeber prospect of the month, with Andrei Kostitsyn and Greg Stewart getting nominations.

http://www.habsworld.net/article.php?id=756

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Wow, incredible.....

Locke is really looking awsome. so who said we were weak down the middle again?

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I'm not complaining. Maybe Ribeiro is getting a little antsy, though.

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Nice to see. I'd have to say that we on this board should get use to this. This guy will be on the Habs in the not too distant future and will garner more awards on the way.

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Wow, incredible.....

Locke is really looking awsome. so who said we were weak down the middle again?

Skilled but weak.

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maybe ...

...Locke will be better than P-M Bouchard...
same size, same talent, non? oui?

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Lovin what Locke has done so far in the AHL. He just seems to be getting better with every passing game.

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Imagine Cory Locke as a center in the Eastern Conference

Can you say road kill.

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Imagine Cory Locke as a center in the Eastern Conference

Can you say road kill.
Haven't seen Ribeiro being crushed all that much... he'll be fine IMO if he works hard enough.

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Imagine Cory Locke as a center in the Eastern Conference

Can you say road kill.

I AM NOT COMPAIRING THE TWO IN TALENT JUST IN SIZE

Martin St.Louis HT: 5-9 WT: 185

Cory Locke HT: 5-9 WT: 175

can you say road kill I do not think so

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...Locke will be better than P-M Bouchard...
same size, same talent, non? oui?
Bouchard is the better skater mind you. If Locke had the skating skills/speed as Bouchard he would of probably went in the 1st round of the draft.

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Haven't seen Ribeiro being crushed all that much... he'll be fine IMO if he works hard enough.
Rib is 6'0

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Rib is 6'0
6foot of skin and bones,no muscle at all=weakling.

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Rib is 6'0
Ribeiro is 6' and 177 while Locke is 5'9 and 175 (+ younger)... it's not that much more of a problem, if Ribeiro could overcome it, so can Locke.

EDIT: Saks is 5'10 181.

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I AM NOT COMPAIRING THE TWO IN TALENT JUST IN SIZE

Martin St.Louis HT: 5-9 WT: 185

Cory Locke HT: 5-9 WT: 175

can you say road kill I do not think so


however can we please get over the fact that more height and weight, necessarily means better....

Heart, desire, determination, team work and effort make good hockey players regardless of size....

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however can we please get over the fact that more height and weight, necessarily means better.......
C'mon we all know that 6'4" 207lbs Patrick Traverse is better than 5'8" 190lbs Francis Bouillon and 6'5" 215lbs Pierre Dagenais is better than 5' 10" 181lbs Saku Koivu.

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C'mon we all know that 6'4" 207lbs Patrick Traverse is better than 5'8" 190lbs Francis Bouillon and 6'5" 215lbs Pierre Dagenais is better than 5' 10" 181lbs Saku Koivu.
erm young man...please please please... i think you've got this all wrong... don't you mean the other way around... remember you can't be any good if your small its common knowledge in hockey forums!!!! And remember you heard it here first that Martin St louis will never amount to anything, last year was pure luck!!!!!


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erm young man...please please please... i think you've got this all wrong... don't you mean the other way around... remember you can't be any good if your small its common knowledge in hockey forums!!!! And remember you heard it here first that Martin St louis will never amount to anything, last year was pure luck!!!!!

In fact, after he had a very good second half of season, two years ago, I did think that Martin St. Louis was something like an "one-hit wonder".

Ouch.

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