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11-13-2011, 10:08 AM
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Mikael Granlund II



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Granlund with an other assist and Vatanen blasts it home

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Nice snipe by Granlund, nicer save by Gustafsson.

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3 games without one goal scored by Granlund... What a bust

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3 games without one goal scored by Granlund... What a bust
And oh boy, so many fluttering saucers...

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Granlund>God.

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Granlund>God.
That's not a very convincing argument, since the latter is nonexistent, and therefore has no value as such.

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That's not a very convincing argument, since the latter is nonexistent, and therefore has no value as such.
so, a bust?

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so, a bust?
Exactly.

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so, a bust?
Wouldn't that make him better than nothing? It's not much necessarily but he could become something!

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Granlund>God.
"A Wild fan dies and was met at the Pearly Gates by an angel that offered to bring him on a tour of Heaven. As they walked the grounds the Wild fan noticed what looked like a hockey rink and asked if he could go inside. The angel of course said yes.

Upon entering the rink, the Wild fan was struck as he saw a lone skater going up and down the ice. He was graceful and fast, and he made moves and fluttering saucers that seemed impossible for mere mortals. And he had on a Wild jersey with #64 on his back.

The Wild fan turned to the angel with tears welling in his eyes and said, "Oh my God, that's Mikael Granlund! Did he die?"

The angel's response came as a relief, "No. That's God but he thinks he's Mikael Granlund."

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"A Wild fan dies and was met at the Pearly Gates by an angel that offered to bring him on a tour of Heaven. As they walked the grounds the Wild fan noticed what looked like a hockey rink and asked if he could go inside. The angel of course said yes.

Upon entering the rink, the Wild fan was struck as he saw a lone skater going up and down the ice. He was graceful and fast, and he made moves and fluttering saucers that seemed impossible for mere mortals. And he had on a Wild jersey with #64 on his back.

The Wild fan turned to the angel with tears welling in his eyes and said, "Oh my God, that's Mikael Granlund! Did he die?"

The angel's response came as a relief, "No. That's God but he thinks he's Mikael Granlund."
Oh boy...

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11-13-2011, 02:24 PM
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Oh boy...
It's a borrowed Bobby Orr story...
But felt like it would fit here

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Pretty nice pass on 1-0.

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Id like to kiss his vision

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Id like to kiss his vision
That goal is tic-tac-toe from the book, nothing too spectacular, Wild did one very similar where Koivu did exactly what our babby jesus did above.

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That goal is tic-tac-toe from the book, nothing too spectacular, Wild did one very similar where Koivu did exactly what our babby jesus did above.
And Koivu also has good vision.

but I mean that's not the only pass he has done

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Carry on.
Where did you find such a heroic picture of our baby Finnish savior? It is truly iconic!

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"A Wild fan dies and was met at the Pearly Gates by an angel that offered to bring him on a tour of Heaven. As they walked the grounds the Wild fan noticed what looked like a hockey rink and asked if he could go inside. The angel of course said yes.

Upon entering the rink, the Wild fan was struck as he saw a lone skater going up and down the ice. He was graceful and fast, and he made moves and fluttering saucers that seemed impossible for mere mortals. And he had on a Wild jersey with #64 on his back.

The Wild fan turned to the angel with tears welling in his eyes and said, "Oh my God, that's Mikael Granlund! Did he die?"

The angel's response came as a relief, "No. That's God but he thinks he's Mikael Granlund."
Ya, dat's a good one!

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Theres a picture of Granlund on the front page of http://espn.go.com/nhl/. It's an article about which prospect pool's are the best in the NHL, you have to have espn insider to read it though :/

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Hehe...

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I can feel the spirit risin' in me!

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How good is his vision, say compared to RNH? Around what kind of NHLer is his vision at, slightly above, and slightly below? And how good is his defensive game? Top PK unit on most teams, possible Selke, etc.

I don't get to watch Granlund other than the videos that everyone posts so I was wondering if you guys could tell me in a comparison

Thanks.

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