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02-25-2012, 06:31 PM
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I wonder if a fully developed Tim Erixon would play for the U.S. or Sewdish national team?

If its the US, and Miller and Kreider develops, we might have one of the most American teams of all time.

Dubinsky Richards Gaborik
Kreider Stepan Callahan
Miller Anisimov xxxxxx
Rupp Boyle Prust

McDonagh Girardi
MDZ Sauer
Staal Erixon

If we were to stay the course, thats 10 Americans. Unprecedented?

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I wonder if a fully developed Tim Erixon would play for the U.S. or Sewdish national team?

If its the US, and Miller and Kreider develops, we might have one of the most American teams of all time.

Dubinsky Richards Gaborik
Kreider Stepan Callahan
Miller Anisimov xxxxxx
Rupp Boyle Prust

McDonagh Girardi
MDZ Sauer
Staal Erixon

If we were to stay the course, thats 10 Americans. Unprecedented?
Why would Erixon represent the US? He's been in Sweden most of his life.

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Why would Erixon represent the US? He's been in Sweden most of his life.
He played for Sweden in the WJC, so I believe he's committed now to only play for Sweden, even though he was born in Port Chester, NY


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still american citizen tho

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JT Miller has a goal with 15 minutes to go in the third. Whalers up 2-1.

EDIT: That's the game winner. Whalers win 4-1.


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02-26-2012, 01:35 AM
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no points for fogarty but vees win in double ot to extend the streak to 36

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I wonder if a fully developed Tim Erixon would play for the U.S. or Sewdish national team?

If its the US, and Miller and Kreider develops, we might have one of the most American teams of all time.

Dubinsky Richards Gaborik
Kreider Stepan Callahan
Miller Anisimov xxxxxx
Rupp Boyle Prust

McDonagh Girardi
MDZ Sauer
Staal Erixon

If we were to stay the course, thats 10 Americans. Unprecedented?
Erixon has chosen Sweden (dual citizen) by playing at WC for Sweden already, might wanna check the spelling there btw

I imagine Miller would instead play right wing and Hagelin is missing on your lineup on the 3rd line left wing (from Sveedin )....

How xxxxxxxxx is designated as an American is also beyond me. Who is this guy and why would an addition become American automatically???

Yells you what I think of posts like this...

And Nash is Canadian btw lol

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02-26-2012, 07:11 AM
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No points for Kreider this weekend from both games. Was it mentioned he had the flu?

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02-26-2012, 01:27 PM
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No points for Kreider this weekend from both games. Was it mentioned he had the flu?
I know he didn't play on Friday. I assume he didnt play yesterday either. Sucks he would have been able to really pad his stats in yesterdays 7-0 blowout.

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02-26-2012, 01:28 PM
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no points for fogarty but vees win in double ot to extend the streak to 36
Yawn. Wake me up when he decides he wants to play against players his own skill.

Its like a WHL team vs Peewee teams.

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I know he didn't play on Friday. I assume he didnt play yesterday either. Sucks he would have been able to really pad his stats in yesterdays 7-0 blowout.
He played in both games and went scoreless.

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02-26-2012, 01:37 PM
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I wonder if a fully developed Tim Erixon would play for the U.S. or Sewdish national team?

If its the US, and Miller and Kreider develops, we might have one of the most American teams of all time.

Dubinsky Richards Gaborik
Kreider Stepan Callahan
Miller Anisimov xxxxxx
Rupp Boyle Prust

McDonagh Girardi
MDZ Sauer
Staal Erixon

If we were to stay the course, thats 10 Americans. Unprecedented?
Yeah, loving the American makeup of this team. Don't get me wrong, I'm not anti anywhere else. But it's great to see so many guys from close to home. Still not sure how much longer Dubinsky will be around. But even if he's moved that's still about 8 or 9 Americans on the squad. Great stuff indeed. Love it.

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He played in both games and went scoreless.
Well that sucks then.

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Well that sucks then.
Why does it even matter? The guy isn't going to get cut from camp next fall because he didn't score this weekend. lol If reports are true that he was playing with the flu it's easy to understand his lack of production.

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Why does it even matter? The guy isn't going to get cut from camp next fall because he didn't score this weekend. lol If reports are true that he was playing with the flu it's easy to understand his lack of production.
Cause I would like him to win the Hobey Baker

Past NHL greats like Christopher "Golden Glove" Drury, and Matthew "Spin-O-Roma" Gilroy won that elite award.

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Cause I would like him to win the Hobey Baker
ok, in that case, yeah, it sucks. lol is he in the running?

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ok, in that case, yeah, it sucks. lol is he in the running?
Doubt it

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Cause I would like him to win the Hobey Baker

Past NHL greats like Christopher "Golden Glove" Drury, and Matthew "Spin-O-Roma" Gilroy won that elite award.

If Kreider has as successful of an NHL career as Drury it would be a great career.

However, it does seem like many Hobey Baker award winners don't really do much in the NHL.

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