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06-28-2011, 11:43 AM
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What side does Pashnin play? He could be a dark horse to make the roster in the fall?

EDIT: And how many more years does Fasth have on his SEL contract?
I believe Pashnin plays the left side. I want to say Fasth has two years left on his deal.

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06-28-2011, 11:43 AM
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Good to hear about Pashnin's physicality. Sounds like he needs some coaching though - trying to lay that many hits will take him out of position a lot if/when he makes the NHL. Sounds like some time in Hartford will do him well. Excited to see him in camp though!

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06-28-2011, 11:46 AM
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I believe Pashnin plays the left side. I want to say Fasth has two years left on his deal.
Man how many LD does this team have? lol

Could be fierce competition between MDZ, Erixon, and Pashnin for that third pairing left D position. Can any of them play the right side well?

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06-28-2011, 11:50 AM
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Man how many LD does this team have? lol

Could be fierce competition between MDZ, Erixon, and Pashnin for that third pairing left D position. Can any of them play the right side well?
Erixon played the right side on the PP in the SEL, but I think he played the left side at even strength.

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06-28-2011, 11:51 AM
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Erixon played the right side on the PP in the SEL, but I think he played the left side at even strength.
Yup. Erixon was the triggerman on the right side on the power play for Skelleftea AIK

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06-28-2011, 11:54 AM
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Erixon played the right side on the PP in the SEL, but I think he played the left side at even strength.
So I would assume the Rangers would want to use him the same way here?

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06-28-2011, 11:56 AM
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Man how many LD does this team have? lol

Could be fierce competition between MDZ, Erixon, and Pashnin for that third pairing left D position. Can any of them play the right side well?
I'd imagine some of them will have to learn. RHD are somewhat of a rarity anyway. I think Philly iced 6 LHD this season, didn't they?

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06-28-2011, 12:05 PM
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Kamensky scored in the scrimmage. So much for beer league?

(I realize it means absolutely nothing)

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06-28-2011, 12:09 PM
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Kamensky scored in the scrimmage. So much for beer league?

(I realize it means absolutely nothing)
Haha, yeah, I chuckled when I saw that he scored.

Hey, maybe I'm wrong, and he becomes a carbon copy of his father. And then we sign him and he turns to a pile of ****.

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06-28-2011, 12:10 PM
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Gross's recap of the scrimmage is up.

http://blogs.northjersey.com/blogs/rangerrants/

Taking a look at the rosters, it's no wonder that White blew the doors off Blue:

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Blue: LW Ryan Bourque, G Ilia Ejov, C T.J. Foster, LW Austin Fyten, RW Greger Hanson, C Jordan Hickmott, C Danny Hobbs, LW Kale Kerbashian, C Oscar Lindberg, LW Donny Maloney, C J.T. Miller, D Samuel Noreau, D Mikhail Pashnin, LW Andrew Silard, G Scott Stajcer, RW Christian Thomas, LW Jason Wilson, D Nikita Zaytsev.

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06-28-2011, 12:19 PM
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Pashnin's physicality is great, but being an NHL d-man is much more than hitting a lot in prospect camp. He will have to raise his game from the KHL a lot to make it. I don't think he is really in serious contention for a roster spot on the Rangers this year.

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06-28-2011, 12:24 PM
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^^^ Playing physical is getting him noticed though, which is a good first step.

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Haha, yeah, I chuckled when I saw that he scored.

Hey, maybe I'm wrong, and he becomes a carbon copy of his father. And then we sign him and he turns to a pile of ****.
Well he's also 22 playing against mostly under 20 year olds

edit: Sounds like McIlrath had a real nice first scrimmage...a goal and two assists by Gross' reckoning (though Zipay only gave him 1 assist, but named him 2nd star of the game)

Anyone able to post Zipay's full recap? And do they usually do another scrimmage?


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06-28-2011, 12:41 PM
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Background on Barb Underhill

Recent article, very interesting on Underhill's background and role with players within NYR organization as well as her involvement with OHL's Guelph Storm. Her husband is an owner.

Also cites some of the technologies she utilizes to breakdown skating technique and strides much like a golfer would videotape his/her swing in relation to a PGA professional.

http://web.icenetwork.com/news/artic...&vkey=ice_news

Her analysis of Boyle and remedies taken to alleviate his lack of technique are interesting...

Also, credits QS in her training as an instructor. These guys also are well used around the NHL and Juniors.

http://www.quantumspeed.ca/register/...ex&cPath=36_39

On the NY Rangers prospect page photos / videos, you see her for a few minutes videotaping Hagelin's stride from behind as he skates up the ice. Very interesting.

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06-28-2011, 12:42 PM
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McIlrath continued his offensive rampage with a shot from the point through traffic for a 4-0 lead.
I dunno why, but I cracked up at that line.

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06-28-2011, 12:45 PM
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I dunno why, but I cracked up at that line.
Gross said McIlrath was the best player in the scrimmage. Very good sign.

He was raw, just like Kreider. Give him time and he will be a very good player.

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06-28-2011, 12:46 PM
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few things

pashnin did this last year too. hit everything in site. thats his game. he got noticed alot last year and i think slats even called him out in a positive way for it.

http://articles.nydailynews.com/2010...-russian-spies

hell get his ahl deal im sure. nothing wrong with a physical dman. he does play alot like kasper did and that kinda guy, who can skate and hit, will always find work. hes not real big tho, so that kinda game will tend to take its toll. thats something to be concerned with. already theres mention of him being wiped out today.

things to remember about pashnin. hes no dummy- hes a very quick study. his rapid improvement has caught the attention of the brass. his foot work is solid, his positioning is sound and his hockey sense is very good. hes a decent prospect even if he doesnt have much offensive upside.

good hockey sense and a strong motor. those are the things this organization really looks for and hes got both.

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06-28-2011, 12:48 PM
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Gross said McIlrath was the best player in the scrimmage. Very good sign.

He was raw, just like Kreider. Give him time and he will be a very good player.
Interesting, maybe he's closer than we thought.

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06-28-2011, 12:50 PM
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few things

pashnin did this last year too. hit everything in site. thats his game. he got noticed alot last year and i think slats even called him out in a positive way for it.

http://articles.nydailynews.com/2010...-russian-spies

hell get his ahl deal im sure. nothing wrong with a physical dman. he does play alot like kasper did and that kinda guy, who can skate and hit, will always find work. hes not real big tho, so that kinda game will tend to take its toll. thats something to be concerned with. already theres mention of him being wiped out today.

things to remember about pashnin. hes no dummy- hes a very quick study. his rapid improvement has caught the attention of the brass. his foot work is solid, his positioning is sound and his hockey sense is very good. hes a decent prospect even if he doesnt have much offensive upside.

good hockey sense and a strong motor. those are the things this organization really looks for and hes got both.
100% agree. I hope he starts to become a bit smarter on when he does it though. I like the aggressiveness but it can take him out of position at times.

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06-28-2011, 12:52 PM
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Interesting, maybe he's closer than we thought.
First scrimmage. Could just be a matter of him having more on-ice time the last few weeks than everyone else. Don't read too much into it other than the fact that he is progressing and while still raw, is taking the correct steps to become well worth that #10 pick.

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Interesting, maybe he's closer than we thought.
Don't read too much into it. Half of the guys he played against today will never even sniff the NHL, and many will never even be good AHL players.

That goes for the rest of the prospects as well. Nothing much can be inferred from this camp. You can make judgments on certain aspects of their game, such as McIlrath's skating, Hagelin's conditioning, and so on, but you won't see much of anything to indicate a player's overall readiness.

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06-28-2011, 12:58 PM
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Im waiting for some video footage! Was a nice read and it made me curious about all of the guys especially McIlrath, Fasth and rest of our "swedish hockey mafia". I really hope there will be videos like last year!

@ Pashinin: He starts where he ended it last year, hit everything that moves and a pushing and shoving with own teammates. I can remember that Ethan Werek an Pashinin had a little discussion in last years camp.

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McIlrath says he is taking more of a leadership role "as an older guy" in #NYR prospects camp, trying to take first timers under his wing
Good to see him stepping up in the locker room.


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McIlrath will train with Travis Hamonic in Winnipeg this summer. "Even though he's an Islander."
Hamonic was very good for the Fishsticks last season. Big, tough kid.

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McIlrath says that @derekstepan21 and @RMcDonagh27 provided important leadership to him at last year's #NYR prospect camp, now it's his turn
And the trend continues with great kids helping eachother.

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Christian Thomas says he gained 7-8 pounds and grew an inch or so in the last year..."I feel much stronger"
VERY good sign.

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Christian Thomas: "It was important for me last year to reach my goals, and beyond...scored 54 goals and helped my team reach the playoffs"

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Sounds like a good day. McIlrath sounds like a really nice guy, glad he's being proactive like that.

Pashnin was very physical last year too IIRC, but you don't want him to be Garnet Exelby or pre-sudden turnaround Steve Eminger. I'm not very high on him, but if he can become a bottom pairing d-man that plays like Steve Eminger did this year past his horrific start that would be pretty good.

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I dreamth of Thomas getting atleast 1 inch taller

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