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08-13-2011, 03:44 PM
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Haha.

Coyle is awesome!!!
saw it coming, i knew someone would do something like that when i wrote it.

oh well

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08-13-2011, 04:46 PM
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Hey bros, why are we fighting here?

Coyle's going to be awesome for the Wild, and he's coming from the NCAA. Zucker's going to do the same thing, hopefully.

Phillips is hopefully going to be awesome for the Wild, and he's
coming from juniors.

Bouchard came from juniors, and he's awesome for the Wild. Schultz
played juniors and is awesome for the Wild. Lundin's coming from the NCAA and is hopefully going to be
good for the Wild.

Different players go different routes, some excel in some places and some fail in others and should
have gone a different direction with their development. It happens.

I don't see why people are arguing, damn. It seems that most Canadians are going to say Juniors is better for development,
while most Americans are going to say the same for the NCAA. You're not going to change someone else's opinion unless you are some
masterful debater of some sort, so just stop. It's annoying and it's
derailed this thread talking about one of the best prospects the Wild
has. Let's just talk about the Wild's future, not about some petty stuff that has no place in this thread.

The reason were fighting is because were overlyproud.

/ Rant


Back to the topic, Coyle already is the Xfactor, if he busts then when lose regardless of how well Phillips pans out I still believe Coyle to have the better ceiling.

I love Phillips and the Sea dogs but one can argue that he benighted from playing on a loaded team.

As for Coyle I saw him 3 times at the WJCs ironically the same amount of games I watched Phillips.

Coyle strikes me as the kind of guy who you love to have on your team but you hate to go against not because he's a ***** or because of the way he's plays (I.E aggressiveness) but he seems like the kind of guy who you just don't like for no reason, because he can spark a team.

I'm mostly talking about the goal he scored against switzerland it just struck a nerve but I get that feel that he's clutch.

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08-13-2011, 04:53 PM
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The reason were fighting is because were overlyproud.

/ Rant


Back to the topic, Coyle already is the Xfactor, if he busts then when lose regardless of how well Phillips pans out I still believe Coyle to have the better ceiling.

I love Phillips and the Sea dogs but one can argue that he benighted from playing on a loaded team.

As for Coyle I saw him 3 times at the WJCs ironically the same amount of games I watched Phillips.

Coyle strikes me as the kind of guy who you love to have on your team but you hate to go against not because he's a ***** or because of the way he's plays (I.E aggressiveness) but he seems like the kind of guy who you just don't like for no reason, because he can spark a team.

I'm mostly talking about the goal he scored against switzerland it just struck a nerve but I get that feel that he's clutch.
Reminds me of a certain #2C for Vancouver... hmm...

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08-13-2011, 05:12 PM
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Reminds me of a certain #2C for Vancouver... hmm...
Henrik Sedin ??????

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Someone needs to read This.

And if the talent is spread out, wouldn't it be pretty pathetic if its only over several teams?

I also don't understand the point of saying the teams all player each other. Don't they do that in Canada, too?
In Canada there is the WHL, OHL, QMJHL which all make up the CHL or Canadian junior leagues. The NCAA is just the NCAA.

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08-14-2011, 01:34 AM
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In Canada there is the WHL, OHL, QMJHL which all make up the CHL or Canadian junior leagues. The NCAA is just the NCAA.
The NCAA is the WCHA, CCHA, Hockey East, Atlantic Hockey, ECAC, and now Big Ten and NCHC. While there is interdivision play, the separation between WCHA and Hockey East isn't significantly different from the separation between WHL and QMJHL.

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The NCAA is the WCHA, CCHA, Hockey East, Atlantic Hockey, ECAC, and now Big Ten and NCHC. While there is interdivision play, the separation between WCHA and Hockey East isn't significantly different from the separation between WHL and QMJHL.
The gophers this year get Notre Dame, Vermont, MI St.

Nodak gets Air force, Maine, BC or MI St, Harvard

DU gets BU, BC, Miami, Air Force

Last Year MI had WI, MN, NebO, CC, New Hampshire, NoDak, UMD,

The top NCAA teams get around fairly well.

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IMO CHL do more traveling, espicually the Dub.

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08-14-2011, 12:01 PM
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The gophers this year get Notre Dame, Vermont, MI St.

Nodak gets Air force, Maine, BC or MI St, Harvard

DU gets BU, BC, Miami, Air Force

Last Year MI had WI, MN, NebO, CC, New Hampshire, NoDak, UMD,

The top NCAA teams get around fairly well.
Those last four for Michigan are NCAA tournament games and are hard to count for this argument.

However, I agree that conferences are not the same as leagues but the few (6-8) regular season nonconference games give the conferences a feeling of exclusivity.

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IMO CHL do more traveling, espicually the Dub.
Well the WCHA stretches from Anchorage, Alaska to the upper peninsula of Michigan and is in four time zones. Although CHL teams would travel more solely based on the number of games played, the western half of North America is spread out regardless.

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There is no doubt about that one.

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08-14-2011, 02:54 PM
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Those last four for Michigan are NCAA tournament games and are hard to count for this argument.

However, I agree that conferences are not the same as leagues but the few (6-8) regular season nonconference games give the conferences a feeling of exclusivity.


Well the WCHA stretches from Anchorage, Alaska to the upper peninsula of Michigan and is in four time zones. Although CHL
teams would travel more solely based on the number of games played, the western half of North
America is spread out regardless.




If Alaska-Anchorage drive all the way to Michigan then that's ridiculous.

Isn't there another conference that they can play in ?

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If Alaska-Anchorage drive all the way to Michigan then that's ridiculous.

Isn't there another conference that they can play in ?
I'm at least 90% sure they take a plane.

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08-14-2011, 11:43 PM
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I'm at least 90% sure they take a plane.
Whatever it's ridicoulous, for junior hockey.

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Coyle will come through for the Wild, I just hope the Sharks get a cup in the next 3yrs.

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I hope the sharks get it this year, then the the Wild the next two.

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In Canada there is the WHL, OHL, QMJHL which all make up the CHL or Canadian junior leagues. The NCAA is just the NCAA.
And you think I'm a mentally handicapped 12 year-old that doesn't know this?

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And you think I'm a mentally handicapped 12 year-old that doesn't know this?
Yes.

No just kidding, but the way you talk about mentally handicapped people is disturbing.

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