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11-02-2011, 01:50 PM
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Jordan Subban is good, and he can fight!

http://www.rds.ca/canadien/chroniques/329375.html

Apparently, when it's down to 4 pizza slices between the 5 Subban boys, Jordan rarely finish empty ended :grin:

He's a Subban who can fight! Can you imagine?!

Edit: how aboot now?
Strange, couldn't figure out what was different


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try with un petit .html ;p

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http://www.rds.ca/canadien/chroniques/329375.html

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He can also play Hockey. PK Said himself that he thinks Jordan will be better than him. Hope we can draft him, trade up if we have too. As for Malcom, I think it would be disrespectful for the Habs to draft him this season. Mainly because they don't have a goaltending need + if they drafted him to MTL he would be sort of "wasted" unless something drastic happens with Price... Malcoms projected first/second round this year, and Jordan first round too the draft year of Nathan MacKinnon...

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I don't think Malcolm will go first or second round unless there's a scouting staff out there who says, "Draft all players related to current or former NHLers". He's not even the starter in Belleville.

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He can also play Hockey. PK Said himself that he thinks Jordan will be better than him. Hope we can draft him, trade up if we have too. As for Malcom, I think it would be disrespectful for the Habs to draft him this season. Mainly because they don't have a goaltending need + if they drafted him to MTL he would be sort of "wasted" unless something drastic happens with Price... Malcoms projected first/second round this year, and Jordan first round too the draft year of Nathan MacKinnon...
It was disrespectful to our long-term star goaltender Theodore to draft Price.

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I don't think Malcolm will go first or second round unless there's a scouting staff out there who says, "Draft all players related to current or former NHLers". He's not even the starter in Belleville.
I saw on the NHL Mock Draft one of their analysts having Malcom at #13 If I'm not mistaken. I probably misread for ranked #13 goaly.. But I'm pretty sure I saw him as #13 on NHL.Com's mock drafts..

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It was disrespectful to our long-term star goaltender Theodore to draft Price.
Either way, you don't draft by need (you do only when you draft very early). Players generally take 3 or 4 years before reaching the NHL team, whom itself could have changed a lot.

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I saw on the NHL Mock Draft one of their analysts having Malcom at #13 If I'm not mistaken. I probably misread for ranked #13 goaly.. But I'm pretty sure I saw him as #13 on NHL.Com's mock drafts..

EDIT: http://www.nhl.com/ice/page.htm?id=74628
Last year he had Ottawa taking Zibanejad.. with the 21st pick. That's after everyone had done all the scouting for him all year. Another one of his first rounders Max Friberg was a 5th round pick. Also was ridiculously high on Phillips, having him in the top 10 most of the season and going 17th overall to us in the final.

http://www.nhl.com/ice/page.htm?id=69367

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Last year he had Ottawa taking Zibanejad.. with the 21st pick. That's after everyone had done all the scouting for him all year. Another one of his first rounders Max Friberg was a 5th round pick. Also was ridiculously high on Phillips, having him in the top 10 most of the season and going 17th overall to us in the final.

http://www.nhl.com/ice/page.htm?id=69367
Does being wrong once in a while automatically cancels being somewhat right most of the time?

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Does being wrong once in a while automatically cancels being somewhat right most of the time?
I'm saying he's a stat junkie from NHL.com who reads the ISS top 30 and makes his list mostly based on that with a few surprise picks. I'm not sure Subban is even in the top 60 right now. Certainly not in the top 30. He's not doing anything to help his ranking either by losing his spot to an undrafted player. Add on to that that this is being billed as the deepest draft since 2003 and it wouldn't be surprising to see him go undrafted. Only one scouting agency even has Subban in the top 60.

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Does being wrong once in a while automatically cancels being somewhat right most of the time?
True enough but he pegged a dude directly before the draft as a 1st rounder who went 5th. I don't see how a person who is often right can make such a blunder. Sure 2nd round okay... but the dude was picked in the 5th round.

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lol he can play alright but fight? nahhhh

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He can also play Hockey. PK Said himself that he thinks Jordan will be better than him. Hope we can draft him, trade up if we have too. As for Malcom, I think it would be disrespectful for the Habs to draft him this season. Mainly because they don't have a goaltending need + if they drafted him to MTL he would be sort of "wasted" unless something drastic happens with Price... Malcoms projected first/second round this year, and Jordan first round too the draft year of Nathan MacKinnon...
Malcolm would be most likely to be a backup as a Hab. Unlike his brothers, he really won't last long as a Hab.

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As for Malcom, I think it would be disrespectful for the Habs to draft him this season.
Only a Subban could manage to be disrespectfully drafted into the NHL...

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I don't think Malcolm will go first or second round unless there's a scouting staff out there who says, "Draft all players related to current or former NHLers". He's not even the starter in Belleville.
Wrong. Malcolm has been hurt this season and is undoubtedly the starter in Belleville. They traded Altschuller because they believed in him that much. Malcolm just came back from his injury and for now they are going with Chartrand because he has played well, but the fact is that Malcolm is and will continue to be the number one guy in Belleville. Chartrand is starting to struggle again so it wouldn`t surprise me if Malcolm is the main guy again within the next few weeks.

He should go top-3 rounds imo.

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