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10-09-2003, 09:05 PM
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Two young players gettign their first NHL markers..

.. Jason King and highly touted Sharks youth, Milan Michalek.

King's goal was a real beauty. We'll see how he does as the season progresses, but if he can keep up the intensity, he could be a good goalscorer.

Michalek's goal was a bit of luck, but you have to be good to be lucky, they say. A slight little tip. Michalek obviously has big potential.

Save those pucks.

Any other guys score firsts of the season so far?

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No.. Tippet didn't play Miettinen or the 3rd line in general very often :mad: , Miets looked solid, it will come..

Seems like the Sedins have a new linemate if you're asking me..

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I didn't know Fritsche made the team for Columbus until I saw him mucking it up in the corner during the highlights.

Did he have a good game?

Edit: How was Pitkanen?

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Pitkanen was solid, he had an assist.

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King's goal was awesome !
"And they're loving it in Cornerbrooke!"

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You should change the title to "Three young players.." .. Torres notched his first NHL goal for Edmonton tonight as well!

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Hainsey had his first goal tonight in Ottawa for the Habs. This, of course, means that half the Hab fans will be on the boards tomorrow telling everyone that Hainsey will be rookie of the year without a doubt.

Just a heads up from a Hab fan with a more realistic view of the world.



A concerned fan.

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Hainsey had his first goal tonight in Ottawa for the Habs. This, of course, means that half the Hab fans will be on the boards tomorrow telling everyone that Hainsey will be rookie of the year without a doubt.

Just a heads up from a Hab fan with a more realistic view of the world.



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****! Duck and cover!

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Boyd Gordon picked up an assist in his first game.

 
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Fritsche should have gotten an assist on Nedorost's goal, I don't know if it's offical or not. Anderj Nedorost also scored his first ever NHL goal.

Fritsche played on the fourth line with Shelley and David Ling, he looked pretty good under the conditions. He took a bad penalty on his first shift, but otherwise he did a good job. Didn't get to play too much because the Jackets shot themselves in the foot with calls all night.

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Zidlicky had an assist too. Although not as young he's still a rookie.

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How was Pitkanen?
I thought Pitkanen played a very very good game. He is so good in his own zone...

He had an assist, almost was his first NHL goal. He does a great job at joining in on the rush, I saw him get up in the play 3-4 times in the 3rd period alone. The center or one of the wings needs to remember to cover the point though, I saw them leave it open one time when Pitkanen was down low in the offensive zone.

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Don't forget about Nathan Horton. He didn't pick up any points but was a +2 and was effective all night. Threw a few big hits, one which caused a turnover that led directly to Hagman's goal. He looks NHL ready to me. Very impressed. We'll see if he can keep it up through a long, grinding season. Usually rookies start out good early because they're running on adrenaline.

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Boyd Gordon started on the first line with Jagr the man everyone called a wasted pick at #17 overall.. he had a primary assist on Jagr's goal 2 Min's into his first NHL game and to say the least he held him own the entire game. he's physically ready to play, and mentally prepared. He seems to have really developed his offensive skills as well and was able to fit right in with Jagr. To see a 19 year old kid in his first NHL game centering our first line felt good...been awhile since we've developed anything except injury bugs.

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Boyd Gordon started on the first line with Jagr the man everyone called a wasted pick at #17 overall.. he had a primary assist on Jagr's goal 2 Min's into his first NHL game and to say the least he held him own the entire game. he's physically ready to play, and mentally prepared. He seems to have really developed his offensive skills as well and was able to fit right in with Jagr. To see a 19 year old kid in his first NHL game centering our first line felt good...been awhile since we've developed anything except injury bugs.
Amen!

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Hainsey scored his first NHL goal.

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Hey what about John Gruden he scored his first NHL goal

 
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Wooot Miettinen got his first tonight, on a breakaway pulling one sweet move...

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Michael Ryder scored his 1st NHL goal against the Leafs last night. The kid has been quite impressive in his first 2 NHL games, with close to 10 SOG. He looks like a kid that will score some goals at the NHL level.

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Matt Stajan was the best Leafs forward on the ice last night, playing with Nik Antropov and Alex Mogilny. He was quite impressive in preseason, leading the Leafs in scoring. His best attribute, by far, is his intelligence and hockey awareness. When he adds a few pounds, he will be a good player in this league.

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Michael Ryder scored his 1st NHL goal against the Leafs last night. The kid has been quite impressive in his first 2 NHL games, with close to 10 SOG. He looks like a kid that will score some goals at the NHL level.
Actually I think it's 12 SOG if I'm not mistaken, 5 against the Sens (playing on the 4th line) and 7 against the Leafs (playing on the 2nd). Always been a Ryder fan and always will be. Few forwards in Montreal have a better combo of grit, consistency and wicked shot. At least there's "some" positive happening in Mtl. A rookie, even if 23yo, playing that well at both ends of the ice, is quite impressive. If only he could have more speed, he could really become lethal.

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That Ryder kid for Montreal was all over the ice last night, he got his first goal infront of his parents.

Marek Svatos should be netting his first in the next few games, has some really good chances vs. the hwaks.

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