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09-10-2005, 05:36 PM
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Rask U-20 Tournament

This is old news (games were 3-8th of spetember or something) but i havnt seen it anywhere. Rask appeared in 2 of Finlands 3 games i believe against the Czech's and Swedes he shut out the Czech's and was kicked out of the game against the Swedes early in the 2nd period. He ended up stopping all 43 shots he faced in the 2 games as well as picking up 22 mins in penalties. http://www.finhockey.fi/maajoukkueet..._suomi_31_8-4/

Sorry if this is old or incorrect news as im gettin this from a finnish site.

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Nice. Any word on what he got kicked out for? If we have another hacker on our hands (a la Ed Belfour) forwards in front of the Toronto net will be having a wonderful time 4-5 years down the road.

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all the info i can get is he got 2 for roughing and a game misconduct (20)

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Maybe Johan Dahlberg was pissing him off in the crease and Rask gave him a vicious two hander.

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Rask is a solid prospect. It's the first time I can remember we had a prospect in our system with the star quality this kid has. His ceiling looks like it could be through the roof.

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Im very excited about this youngster.

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Nice. Any word on what he got kicked out for? If we have another hacker on our hands (a la Ed Belfour) forwards in front of the Toronto net will be having a wonderful time 4-5 years down the road.
Well, there goes my impression that he was calm.

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Nice. Any word on what he got kicked out for? If we have another hacker on our hands (a la Ed Belfour) forwards in front of the Toronto net will be having a wonderful time 4-5 years down the road.

He chopped down Dahlberg with a wicked two hander

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This is old news (games were 3-8th of spetember or something) but i havnt seen it anywhere. Rask appeared in 2 of Finlands 3 games i believe against the Czech's and Swedes he shut out the Czech's and was kicked out of the game against the Swedes early in the 2nd period. He ended up stopping all 43 shots he faced in the 2 games as well as picking up 22 mins in penalties. http://www.finhockey.fi/maajoukkueet..._suomi_31_8-4/

Sorry if this is old or incorrect news as im gettin this from a finnish site.
I couldn't find any information on this in the prescribed website or for anywhere else for that matter. But just as an FYI, I am fluent in Finnish so If anyone here ever needs something translated etc... Just ask. (No need to go looking for somebody in the Finland forum).

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I couldn't find any information on this in the prescribed website or for anywhere else for that matter. But just as an FYI, I am fluent in Finnish so If anyone here ever needs something translated etc... Just ask. (No need to go looking for somebody in the Finland forum).
Kiitos!

(Did I spell that right?)

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Kiitos!

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Perfectly. I thought you were a Finn for a sec.

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This is old news (games were 3-8th of spetember or something) but i havnt seen it anywhere. Rask appeared in 2 of Finlands 3 games i believe against the Czech's and Swedes he shut out the Czech's and was kicked out of the game against the Swedes early in the 2nd period. He ended up stopping all 43 shots he faced in the 2 games as well as picking up 22 mins in penalties. http://www.finhockey.fi/maajoukkueet..._suomi_31_8-4/

Sorry if this is old or incorrect news as im gettin this from a finnish site.
Feisty fellow. I see some NHL scraps in his future. He seems to be really competitive

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sounds like he will make the nhl

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Perfectly. I thought you were a Finn for a sec.
Well, I'm a Canadian Finn, but unfortunately I don't speak the language. I did live there for four years as a (very) small child, though.

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