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2009-2010 Part III

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If true that Petrov hasn't played a game since the WJC, boy did that kid get snukkered. Wasn't he promised that he's see more ice time.

Me thinks he'll be in North America next year.

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If true that Petrov hasn't played a game since the WJC, boy did that kid get snukkered. Wasn't he promised that he's see more ice time.

Me thinks he'll be in North America next year.

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Anders Lee

pots his 31st of the year today on the PP...looking good for a 35 goal campaign, possibly 40 if he keeps this up (12 games to play)


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he's going to a NCAA school next year, right? so likely 3years before we see anythign from him. could be quite the steal tho, cant wait.

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he's going to a NCAA school next year, right? so likely 3years before we see anythign from him. could be quite the steal tho, cant wait.
The interesting thing about Lee is that he (as a competitor) and his skillset were never questioned.

Questioned was simply the threat of him choosing football or even baseball ahead of ice hockey. I've gotta think though that every scout who had an inkling of interest needed only ask him or his agent about the probability of him chosing hockey over another sport. In addition, his signed letter or intent for Notre Dame MUST have been picked up by others in the biz. That info was released to us upon conclusion of the draft.

Personally, I LOVE this pick. Something you see now and again is that a hockey player (at various levels) can often be pretty good or effective WITHOUT being a good athlete. However, the trend the past 15 years is to have these guys be good athletes as well (makes sense, right?) and that is what the bulk of the off-ice training is about. Lee is a prototypical all-American athlete. You look at this kid and see a guy that's simply an all-rounder. I'm surprised Calvin Klein hasn't drafted him yet.

The USHL has become the ultimate springboard to the NCAA and recent years have shown that many of the best NCAA players spent a year or two in the USHL before going to college. Ironically/Logically enough, players who excel in the USHL tend to be among the better players in the NCAA as well.

Should be very interesting to see what impact Lee is able to make at Notre Dame as soon as next season?

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If true that Petrov hasn't played a game since the WJC, boy did that kid get snukkered. Wasn't he promised that he's see more ice time.

Me thinks he'll be in North America next year.
This is my gutt feeling as well.

How it happens and if Petrov is ready to become a persona-non-grata in Russia (which for all intensive purposes, he already seems to be), is the true question.

No doubt though that this kid needs to get into an environment where he's wanted and where the team is ready to invest in him, whether it be here or in Russia.

In hindsight, I dunno why he was willing to sign a 4 year contract with Kazan when he did. Surely his agent must have known that with the precarious international system and a Russian league with a number of teams only surviving by GIVING KIDS ice time, that there were or were gonna be better opportunities for him to develop than by playing on one of Russia's traditionally most veteran-laden teams.

Surely there are things involved that I/we can't no, so here's hoping he's brought over this summer and added to the system.

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This is my gutt feeling as well.

How it happens and if Petrov is ready to become a persona-non-grata in Russia (which for all intensive purposes, he already seems to be), is the true question.

No doubt though that this kid needs to get into an environment where he's wanted and where the team is ready to invest in him, whether it be here or in Russia.

In hindsight, I dunno why he was willing to sign a 4 year contract with Kazan when he did. Surely his agent must have known that with the precarious international system and a Russian league with a number of teams only surviving by GIVING KIDS ice time, that there were or were gonna be better opportunities for him to develop than by playing on one of Russia's traditionally most veteran-laden teams.

Surely there are things involved that I/we can't no, so here's hoping he's brought over this summer and added to the system.
These are some good questions we may never know the answers to. Maybe he was promised ice time, maybe the thought of making a ton of money, to help his family (?) was appealing to him. Moving half way around the world, learning a new language, and trying to learn a new culture is not always the dream of every Russian kid. Not everyone is Ovechkin and embraces the idea of leaving home to become a star. Guys like Ovechkin and Malkin were very high #1 picks who made enough $ to bring their families along with them, Petrov, regardless if he's a first round talent, was a 3rd rounder, and will be paid like one.

Hopefully the kid truly wants to come over, and something can be worked out. Though I've only seen him in this years WJHC, I really liked what I saw out of him, good hands, good speed, and good size. We really don't have anything like him in the pipeline. Hopefully he'll be a Soundtiger next year, or even better yet, and Islander.

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COMPLETELY updated:

GOALIES:
Name Team GP W L T GAA SV%
Marty Biron Bridgeport 2 1 1 0 3.40 .903
Rick Dipietro Bridgeport 4 1 2 0 3.00 .852
Mikko Koiskinen Bridgeport 2 1 1 0 2.45 .902
Nathan Lawson Bridgeport 27 11 12 3 2.51 .925
Anders Nilsson Lulea 25 NA NA NA 2.65 .897
Kevin Poulin Victoriaville 51 32 16 0 2.69 .914
Stefan Ridderwall Djurgarden 25 NA NA NA 2.32 .915


DEFENSEMEN:
Name Team GP G A PT PM +/- EXTRAS
Calvin de Haan Oshawa 34 5 19 24 14 +5 0-1-1 0 +4 in 4 WJC GAMES
Matt Donovan U of Denver 29 6 12 18 44 +4 3-2-5 2 +6 in 7 WJC GAMES
Travis Hamonic Moose Jaw 35 10 30 40 52 +8 1-2-3 0 +9 in 5 WJC GAMES
Mark Katic Bridgeport 48 3 11 14 16 -7 SHOULDER OP - OUT FOR SEASON
Blake Kessel U of New Hampshire 31 7 25 32 26 +11 
Anton Klementyev Bridgeport 23 1 2 3 12 -8 0-0-0 4 +2 in 6 WJC GAMES
Dustin Kohn Bridgeport 45 2 15 17 53 -5  
Andrew MacDonald Bridgeport 21 2 6 8 29 +2
Aaron Ness U of Minnesota 34 2 9 11 22 +3 
Jyri Niemi Saskatoon 50 8 21 29 67 +9 3-2-5 6 -8 IN 6 WJC GAMES
Shane Sims Ohio State 29 5 10 15 16 +3 
Jared Spurgeon Spokane 47 7 41 48 14 +5 
Brendan Witt Bridgeport 12 1 1 2 24 -6 42 2-3-5 45 -18 with Isles


FORWARDS:
Name Team GP G A PT PM +/- EXTRAS
Sean Bentivoglio Bridgeport 63 15 21 36 50 +9 
Casey Cizikas Mississauga 62 24 36 60 64 +34 
Brian Day Colgate 32 20 14 34 24 +14 
Justin Dibenedetto Bridgeport 58 6 7 13 58 -8 
Robin Figren Bridgeport 47 2 3 5 22 -4 
Jason Gregoire North Dakota 34 15 12 27 6 +2 
Jesse Joensuu Bridgeport 53 10 27 37 56 +5 11 1-0-1 4 +4 with Isles
Anders Lee Green Bay 48 31 25 56 48 +32 
Tomas Marcinko Bridgeport 41 2 2 4 25 -6 
Matt Martin Bridgeport 60 10 10 20 107 -4 4 0-2-2 22 -1 with Isles
Kirill Petrov Kazan Bars 8 0 0 0 4 -3 4-6-10 6 +7 in 6 WJC GAMES
Rhett Rakhshani U of Denver 34 19 26 45 32 +14 
Joel Rechlicz Bridgeport 19 0 0 0 126 -2 
Doug Rogers Harvard 25 5 7 12 20 -1 
Tony Romano Bridgeport 21 1 1 2 12 -3 32 8-15-23 35 -5 in Utah
Trevor Smith Bridgeport 63 17 20 37 63 +2 
David Toews North Dakota 29 4 9 13 10 +8  
Corey Trivino Boston U 28 4 11 15 2 0 
David Ullstrom HV71 43 5 11 16 27 +1 


Interests:
Name Team GP G A PT PM +/- EXTRAS
Jason Dale Utah Grizzlies 12 2 1 3 4 +3 Sent to Bakersfield
Shea Guthrie Utah Grizzlies 22 7 6 12 26 +4 Traded
Vlad Nikiforov Utah Grizzlies 50 14 27 41 20 -12 

Notes:
- For the first time since early November, Casey Cizikas has dropped below a point-per-game average
- Rarely does an NCAA player have his worst statistical season in his senior year, but that is exactly what Doug Rogers is on pace for (http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php?pid=95358)
- Aaron Ness has successfully gone from being a minus player to being a plus player. Ironically, freshman Nick Leddy has one less point in 9 less games and a +11 as opposed to Ness' +3. Leddy was Ness' successor as the Minnesota High School Hockey Player of the Year
- Hamonic is back in action. 1 point in his 4 games back, but a +2
- de Haan, Trivino and Katic are all out for the remainder of the season


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So, I got a question. With Kohn and now Reese up on the Island, Witt possibly following with the next injury and Westgarth having been traded, who the HECK is gonna play for BPort?

Wotton, Gannon, Gleed, Klementyev and an ailing Flood?

Are you kidding me?

That's arguably the weakest blueline in the AHL - and it's backing up what's arguably the weakest current blueline in the NHL (well, north of Carolina).

Wonder if Snowkowski are looking to add a college UFA or something by April.

Can definitely see Niemi on a PTO here the second Saskatoon is no longer playing.

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So, I got a question. With Kohn and now Reese up on the Island, Witt possibly following with the next injury and Westgarth having been traded, who the HECK is gonna play for BPort?

Wotton, Gannon, Gleed, Klementyev and an ailing Flood?

Are you kidding me?

That's arguably the weakest blueline in the AHL - and it's backing up what's arguably the weakest current blueline in the NHL (well, north of Carolina).

Wonder if Snowkowski are looking to add a college UFA or something by April.

Can definitely see Niemi on a PTO here the second Saskatoon is no longer playing.
I can`t disagree this is the weakest blueline I have ever seen. I just hope that the Isles can grab some waiver wire fodder so that Bport can still have a chance to make the playoffs. I have a feeling we will see a couple more ECHL`ers in Bport by the end of the week.

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These are some good questions we may never know the answers to. Maybe he was promised ice time, maybe the thought of making a ton of money, to help his family (?) was appealing to him. Moving half way around the world, learning a new language, and trying to learn a new culture is not always the dream of every Russian kid. Not everyone is Ovechkin and embraces the idea of leaving home to become a star. Guys like Ovechkin and Malkin were very high #1 picks who made enough $ to bring their families along with them, Petrov, regardless if he's a first round talent, was a 3rd rounder, and will be paid like one.

Hopefully the kid truly wants to come over, and something can be worked out. Though I've only seen him in this years WJHC, I really liked what I saw out of him, good hands, good speed, and good size. We really don't have anything like him in the pipeline. Hopefully he'll be a Soundtiger next year, or even better yet, and Islander.
The big problem I see from Petrov is he does not speak a word of English, not a single word. That shows me he has no desire to ever leave Russia. Not to mention the difficulty coaching him in the US

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The big problem I see from Petrov is he does not speak a word of English, not a single word. That shows me he has no desire to ever leave Russia. Not to mention the difficulty coaching him in the US
Do you seriously think that is a good way to judge his willingness to come to America? Sarcasm?

How do you know what he is thinking?

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The big problem I see from Petrov is he does not speak a word of English, not a single word. That shows me he has no desire to ever leave

Russia. Not to mention the difficulty coaching him in the US



Kovalchuk Tavares Petrov - English he'll learn

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I can`t disagree this is the weakest blueline I have ever seen. I just hope that the Isles can grab some waiver wire fodder so that Bport can still have a chance to make the playoffs. I have a feeling we will see a couple more ECHL`ers in Bport by the end of the week.


Is the plan to promote Hamonic and Dehann to BP next season?

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Is the plan to promote Hamonic and Dehann to BP next season?
We're all counting on Hamonic being signed and playing within the organization next season.

The AHL is his likely destination for next year.

I have no idea whether they'll leave de Haan in the OHL or not. This season has been a bit of wash due to injuries. Might be wisest to give him another year of OHL play, hopefully a full injury-free one.

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is koskinen ALMOST back to action?? the guys been out since around october ffs!

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is koskinen ALMOST back to action?? the guys been out since around october ffs!
He'll blow out his knee next, ala DiPietro. Just kidding, I'm hoping it's taking this long just because it's healing 100% and they are being cautious.

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Rhett Rakhshani named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week and Matt Donovan named WCHA Rookie of the Week.

http://www.denverpioneers.com/ViewAr...ID=204900291//

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Rhett Rakhshani named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week and Matt Donovan named WCHA Rookie of the Week.

http://www.denverpioneers.com/ViewAr...ID=204900291//
I've seen only three Denver games, but from the look of it, Matty D has had an unbelievable season. Great for him.

Re: Koskinen, let's hope this is the last of his major injuries. The advantage is that between Nilsson, Poulin, and Ridderwall, they have other options to hang their hat on.

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is koskinen ALMOST back to action?? the guys been out since around october ffs!
I think they are being very precatious with Mikko but that is only my opinion. There was no need to rush him especially with 2 goalies good enough for the AHL.... He is practicing in pads and will most likely play again this season but the time frame is still up in the air.

WIth regaurds to Hamonic and De Haan. I don`t think De haan is elligle for the AHL next year so its either junior or the show.

Hamonic will hopefully be in Bport playing top minutes and learing the system and the speed of the game. He does not need to be rushed to the NHL like so many on these boards want him to be. As of right now the possibilities in Bport next season are Hamonic, Katic, Klementyev, Reese and Kohn (probably because they are both RFA and will likely be tendered) and maybe Niemi(if he is signed). Flood may or may not be tendered as a RFA. Add 1 or 2 more maybe 1 being Gleed and thats a pretty solid blueline on paper but games are played on ice and not paper.

Up front its a crap shoot outside of Rhett Rak, Dibo,Rechlicz, Marcinko, Frigren, Haley,Romano and Smith(rfa),Bentivoglio is a RFA but i don`t see him getting tendered but I could be wrong. JJ and Martin could be in Bport or on the Island.
Hopefully bring back Mauldin as a UFA he is all heart and a good mentor.

Goalie options are Koskinen, Poulin(if signed), Lawson(rfa) Munroe(UFA)

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i dont get why dehaan cant play in the AHL. ANY player drafted by a team should be able to play anywhere that team deems fit(players like petrov obviously dont count). Can someone explain WHY dehaan cant play in the AHL even tho he would be 19 playing in juniors??

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i dont get why dehaan cant play in the AHL. ANY player drafted by a team should be able to play anywhere that team deems fit(players like petrov obviously dont count). Can someone explain WHY dehaan cant play in the AHL even tho he would be 19 playing in juniors??
It's a deal with the CHL so the junior leagues don't get washed out of talent by NHL teams.

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i dont get why dehaan cant play in the AHL. ANY player drafted by a team should be able to play anywhere that team deems fit(players like petrov obviously dont count). Can someone explain WHY dehaan cant play in the AHL even tho he would be 19 playing in juniors??
Someone can correct me if I am wrong but any player from the U.S or Canada needs to either be 20 years old but a specific cut off date or have played 4 years of juniors in order to be eligible to play in the AHL. There is another rule for college kids but I can`t recall it offhand.

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Hamonic will hopefully be in Bport playing top minutes and learing the system and the speed of the game. He does not need to be rushed to the NHL like so many on these boards want him to be. As of right now the possibilities in Bport next season are Hamonic, Katic, Klementyev, Reese and Kohn (probably because they are both RFA and will likely be tendered) and maybe Niemi(if he is signed). Flood may or may not be tendered as a RFA. Add 1 or 2 more maybe 1 being Gleed and thats a pretty solid blueline on paper but games are played on ice and not paper.
Yep, it'll be interesting to see what they do with the BPort club next season. In addition to the guys you named above, there's an outside chance the team would sign Kessel and/or Ness early and get them going on their pro careers. I'd say Kessel is closer to being ready than Ness is.

Hamonic will definitely be signed, but I'm curious as to whether Niemi is in the plans? Fortunately for him, he's really stepped it up a bit since the WJC. He's totally turned around what had been a very unspectacular season.

I'd actually like to see the team take a chance on Spurgeon. I mean, I'd hope he would be willing to sign a two-way with BPort/Utah, with some type of promise from Snow that proving he can bring his game to the pro level will see him get signed by the mother club. The boy has some skills, let there be no doubt.

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Up front its a crap shoot outside of Rhett Rak, Dibo,Rechlicz, Marcinko, Frigren, Haley,Romano and Smith(rfa),Bentivoglio is a RFA but i don`t see him getting tendered but I could be wrong. JJ and Martin could be in Bport or on the Island. Hopefully bring back Mauldin as a UFA he is all heart and a good mentor.

Goalie options are Koskinen, Poulin(if signed), Lawson(rfa) Munroe(UFA)
Would love to see Mauldin stick around. I figure Bentivoglio will have his eyes set on Europe. Can't see the Isles resigning him anyhow.

Definitely see Rhett being signed and in BPort. I don't see the team signing Rogers, but they could sign Day (also a senior?). They may also take a look at signing Cizikas. Dunno how they see him at the moment.

Dibo, Joensuu and Martin return, although the latter two will see more time on the Island next season. Figren, Rechlicz and Romano are there; don't know if Marcinko has another year left? I'd like to see the team keep Smith, but they may choose otherwise. Things would be much different on his front if he currently had 27-30-57 as opposed to 17-20-37. They should place some importance on bringing in a few AHL veterans WITH scoring capabilities. That would help these boys in many respects.

Of course, the guy I'd most like to see added to BPort is Petrov. I'm just dieing to see what this kid can do once he's gotten some games under his belt.

I suspect they'll look to go with Koskinen as the primary starter. What a bummer that this season has been a wash. I was really hoping we'd see what he could do.

Any interesting college UFAs for the team to sign this year?

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