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10-30-2010, 12:26 AM
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Domingue with his first shutout of the season. 19 saves in a 1-0 win. Now 11-0, 1.87 GAA, 0.917SV%


Gormley with a goal in a 4-1 win. 7+8 in 11 games.

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Gormley now with 8-8-16 in 12gp. 5g on the pp, too.

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11-02-2010, 08:25 AM
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Gormley now with 8-8-16 in 12gp. 5g on the pp, too.
Too easy. I'd prefer he was playing against men in the AHL, but we all know that's not a possibility. Hopefully he'll get an opportunity to play at the World Juniors.

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11-02-2010, 08:46 AM
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It doesn't seem to have hurt Alex Pietrangelo. If he spends a couple years dominating at the CHL level and then can step in and make an impact as a 20-year-old, I can't see anyone complaining.

There are plenty of players whose development has been stunted by moving them along too quickly, but are there many (or even any) players who were significantly hurt by taking it slow?

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Too easy. I'd prefer he was playing against men in the AHL, but we all know that's not a possibility. Hopefully he'll get an opportunity to play at the World Juniors.
Moncton has a good team. On a weaker team he probably wouldn't have that much points.

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11-02-2010, 09:21 AM
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Louis Domingue is the first star of the month in the QMJHL.

http://en.lhjmq.qc.ca/article/doming...s-of-the-month

The first star is awarded to a Quebec Remparts player for a second consecutive month. This time around, the honour goes to goaltender Louis Domingue after he posted a perfect 10-0 record along with a 1.96 goals-against-average and .913 save percentage. Domingue also collected one shutout. Four of his ten wins came in overtime.

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11-02-2010, 09:23 AM
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It doesn't seem to have hurt Alex Pietrangelo.
John Carlson and PK Subban were okay too.


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Something I've always wondered about is the argument regarding NCAA versus CHL in terms of development. The CHL is seen as more NHL-like in terms of scheduling, whereas the NCAA is seen as having more time for training, practice, and non-game development. The idea is the lighter load of games allows the prospect more time to train. Well, why hasn't any NHL team taken a kid like Gormley, and given him a lighter load of NHL games, while having him work with NHL trainers on his days off? NCAA teams generally play on the weekends. They generally play, what, fourty-ish games? The Coyotes will play 35 Friday, Saturday, and Sunday games this season. Keeps the kid from burning out, allows him to learn at the NHL level, and gives him time to bulk up and get NHL ready. Sounds a bit like the best of both worlds. Why has no team done this? Seen as a waste of an ELC year? Seen as unfair to the rest of the team? Perhaps a chemistry isssue? I mean, I suppose the vets could say, "He's either ready or he's not". However, this is a business, that kid is an investment, and the organization is doing what they feel will bring the highest return on their investment. Surely guys are capable of understanding that. Maybe I'm just stupid and can't see the obvious answer, here.

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11-02-2010, 10:45 AM
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That's pretty similar to what Tampa did with Stamkos his rookie year. Every three games or so, he would take the night off. This allowed him to focus more on conditioning. It didn't hurt to have Gary Roberts around, either. I've been advocating this approach for Turris since seeing the immediate rewards the Lightning reaped from it.

That said, I would say many teams view it as a waste of an ELC year or just a waste of money overall. Playing one player for 35 games or so necessitates having someone else to play the remaining 47. That's probably an extra $900k or so.

Still, while Stamkos alone makes for a really small sample size, he completely transformed as a player when this happened. 18-year-olds come bigger now than they did 20 years ago, but 27-year-olds come much bigger. These kids need more development than they're getting.

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11-02-2010, 11:34 AM
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Stamkos was on a great strength and conditioning program. Probably the best available. He still managed 79 games his rookie season. We may not be able to get Gary Roberts, but there has to be a next best thing, right? Turris, OEL, and Gormley all have one thing in common, they're skinny.

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11-02-2010, 11:50 AM
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Looking back into it, it looks like most of Stamkos's training was the summer following his rookie year. I wonder why I'm remembering it so differently. Maybe he just had off from practice?

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11-02-2010, 11:57 AM
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Stamkos was on a great strength and conditioning program. Probably the best available. He still managed 79 games his rookie season. We may not be able to get Gary Roberts, but there has to be a next best thing, right? Turris, OEL, and Gormley all have one thing in common, they're skinny.
Wasn't Stamkos a bit different though? I remember at the combine, scouts were raving about his fitness level. He was off the charts.

Not arguing with you, really, I just wonder if Stamkos is a fair comparison.

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Stamkos was on a great strength and conditioning program. Probably the best available. He still managed 79 games his rookie season. We may not be able to get Gary Roberts, but there has to be a next best thing, right? Turris, OEL, and Gormley all have one thing in common, they're skinny.
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Looking back into it, it looks like most of Stamkos's training was the summer following his rookie year. I wonder why I'm remembering it so differently. Maybe he just had off from practice?
The every few games off thing didn't occur till mid-season when Mike Sullivan was hired as assistant coach (not saying it was his idea). The initial plan was to do a couple games on one game off but I believe it ended up just being days instead of games. I don't know for sure how it was done, perhaps he didn't practice some days but I do know midway through the season they put a huge emphasis on getting Stamkos physically stronger.

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Wasn't Stamkos a bit different though? I remember at the combine, scouts were raving about his fitness level. He was off the charts.

Not arguing with you, really, I just wonder if Stamkos is a fair comparison.
I believe Stamkos was specifically lacking in strength and power.

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I could be wrong but I think that's the approach St. Louis took with David Perron. He played 62 games in his rookie year. I think he was healthy and with the team for the whole year. Even after proving he could score goals with little ice time and maintain a + rating he still sat occasionally.

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Dominigue now 12-0 with a .916 save %

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A couple of the WHL'ers that were at the rookie camp are putting together a strong start to the year.

Kudrna in RD and Inglis in PG - I wonder if GMDM looks at signing either of them? SJ signed Gogol as a free agent so there is a recent precident for CHL players being signed after the draft. One of Szwarz's teammates in Saginaw also signed as a 18 year old free agent.

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11-05-2010, 02:04 PM
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Prospects stats through Nov. 4, 2010:

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SKATERSPOSTEAMLEAGUEGPGAPTS GOALIESPOSTEAMLEAGUEGPW-L-TGAASV %
Ahnelov, JonasDSan AntonioAHL7000 Bennett, BrettGU of WisconsinWCHA33-0-01.000.960
Beaudoin, MatthewFSan AntonioAHL116713 Climie, MattGSan AntonioAHL75-2-02.260.932
Bernhardt, JustinCLas VegasECHL5011 Domingue, LouisGQuebecQMJHL1312-1-02.060.909
Billingsley, TimDNiagraOHL17055 Lee, MikeGSt Cloud StateWCHA52-2-03.380.888
Bloodoff, EvanLWKelownaWHL16246 Montoya, AlGSan AntonioAHL42-2-03.510.860
Boedker, MikkelLWSan AntonioAHL11279 Visentin, MarkGNiagraOHL105-3-22.760.905
Brodeuer, MatthieuDLas VegasECHL4000         
Brown, ChrisCU of MichiganCCHA8123         
Goncharov, MaximDSan AntonioAHL9022         
Gormley, BrandonDMonctonQMJHL128816         
Hextall, BrettCU of N DakotaWCHA8246         
Kearns, BrackenCSan AntonioAHL8257         
Lane, PhilRWBramptonOJHL10415         
Lindberg, OscarCSkellefteaSEL219413         
Long, ColinCLas VegasECHL6112         
Lunden, JoshFSan AntonioAHL3000         
MacLean, BrettLWSan AntonioAHL11459         
May, JeffDSan AntonioAHL6011         
Picard, AlexLWSan AntonioAHL9639         
Ross, NickDLas VegasECHL5022         
Stone, MichaelDSan AntonioAHL11112         
Summers, ChrisDSan AntonioAHL11101         
Szwarz, JordanRWSaginawOHL167916         
Tikhonov, ViktorLWSan AntonioAHL11279         
Watkins, MattRWSan AntonioAHL1000         
Weller, JustinDRed DeerWHL17202         

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11-07-2010, 03:50 PM
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Louis Domingue has finally been named to the QMJHL team for the Subway series. Basically, it's a pre-camp before the main camp in December for Team Canada.


"Louis' play has been spectacular these past few weeks, and we feel that he deserves an opportunity to showcase his game at the Subway Super Series,” said head coach André Tourigny. "Louis will split time with Maxime Clermont in game two."


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Just when his play was coming back down to earth with a couple of losses over the weekend.

He's not exactly ******** the bed or anything but Berube put up a couple of wins head-to-head against Domingue.

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I know and some people from team Team Canada were there in Montreal.

He didn't do that bad though. On 3 of the 4 goals, he was let completely alone and the fourth goal was on a 5 vs 3.

Olivier Roy is #1 in their head and Calvin Pickard #2. Other goalies will have to play really good if they want to have a chance.

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Domingue did great in the Subway Super Series against the Russians.

Olivier Roy allowed 3 goals on 15 shots
Berube allowed 2 goals on 16 shots
Clermont allowed 3 goals on 11 shots
Domingue allowed 1 goal on 11 shots

Canada's assistant coach at the World Juniors described Domingue's performance as 'dominant'. He was the best goalie for Team QMJHL. Hopefully, his performance will get him an invite for the final camp in December.



Gormley had 1 goal and 1 assist in 2 games.

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11-11-2010, 09:55 AM
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Domingue did great in the Subway Super Series against the Russians.

Olivier Roy allowed 3 goals on 15 shots
Berube allowed 2 goals on 16 shots
Clermont allowed 3 goals on 11 shots
Domingue allowed 1 goal on 11 shots

Canada's assistant coach at the World Juniors described Domingue's performance as 'dominant'. He was the best goalie for Team QMJHL. Hopefully, his performance will get him an invite for the final camp in December.


The boxscore shows Domingue allowing 2 goals on 11 shots with Clermont also allowing 2 on 11. I was multi-tasking at the time so I didn't see when the switch was made.

http://www.leaguestat.com/chl/canrus...hp?game_id=160

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Column on Mike Lee

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Visentin's Thunder over Szwarz's Spirit last night.

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11-12-2010, 11:15 AM
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The boxscore shows Domingue allowing 2 goals on 11 shots with Clermont also allowing 2 on 11. I was multi-tasking at the time so I didn't see when the switch was made.

http://www.leaguestat.com/chl/canrus...hp?game_id=160

The switch was made when Clermont allowed the 3rd goal. The boxscore is wrong, Domingue only allowed 1 goal.

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