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04-03-2012, 01:39 AM
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Tinordi's turn next year.

Jarred Tinordi is now 20 years old 6 foot 7, has no offensive talent but is the perfect player to have on the PK or against a top line. With Hal Gill gone I can't see better replacement plus he skates good. If the Habs want go far next season they will need Tinordi and not bringing him in at the start of the season, in my opinion, would be a huge mistake. In my mind he's a faster version of Hal Gill and taller version of Josh Gorges

Here's the Hockey's Future bio:

http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/jarred_tinordi

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04-03-2012, 01:44 AM
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Little too soon with no vet leader back there,already to many rookies.

Just asking for trouble ...


They might try and call him up during the season for a stint .

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Top 10 of the tallest players of the league

1. Chara, Zdeno Boston Bruins 6'9
2. Myers, Tyler Buffalo Sabres 6'8
3. Boogaard, Derek Minnesota Wild 6'8
4. Scott, John Minnesota Wild 6'8
5. Gill, Hal Nashville Predators 6'7
6. Boyle, Brian New York Rangers 6'7
7. Mihalik, Vladmir Tampa Bay Lightning 6'7
8. MacIntyre, Steve Florida Panthers 6'6
9. Pronger, Chris Philadelphia Flyers 6'6
10. Antropov, Nik Atlanta Thrashers 6'6


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Top 10 of the highest players of the league

1. Chara, Zdeno Boston Bruins 6'9
2. Myers, Tyler Buffalo Sabres 6'8
3. Boogaard, Derek Minnesota Wild 6'8
4. Scott, John Minnesota Wild 6'8
5. Gill, Hal Nashville Predators 6'7
6. Boyle, Brian New York Rangers 6'7
7. Mihalik, Vladmir Tampa Bay Lightning 6'7
8. MacIntyre, Steve Florida Panthers 6'6
9. Pronger, Chris Philadelphia Flyers 6'6
10. Antropov, Nik Atlanta Thrashers 6'6

Ben Bishop 6' 7 Ottawa

The new Gm coming in, will be interesting to see if he has a different philosophy on DEVELOPMENT

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How did he close out the season? Can someone fill us in? Dresser le bilan comme on dit...

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How did he close out the season? Can someone fill us in? Dresser le bilan comme on dit...
RDS en fait la somme

http://www.cyberpresse.ca/sports/hoc...es-enfants.php

Although it should avoid placing too much importance to the differential of a player, that of Tinordi summarizes its progress very well. He entered last season while at least eight games before yesterday, he was the leader of the Ontario Hockey League with a record of plus 40. (Google Translate)

+40 !!!!


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How did he close out the season? Can someone fill us in? Dresser le bilan comme on dit...
the good news is ,

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They arrived in different ways -- through high draft choices, deft scouting and a trade.

But no matter how they got here, the members of the London Knights' defensive corps share something in common.

Little to no ego.

"It's great to be part of a group where there's no one who is self-centred," London native and Knights veteran Tommy Hughes said. "Everyone just fits right in and it doesn't matter who we're playing with. We all work together. That's just the way it is and that's how it has to be because Tinner (Knights captain Jarred Tinordi) keeps us all in line -- but in a good way."
http://www.lfpress.com/sports/knight.../19537546.html

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Would love to see him up early if he is ready. We are in desperate need of another good defensive dman. Weber looks like his days are going to be numbered, shame he never really reached his potential.

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Tinordi needs at least a year in Hamilton and probably longer.

Can everyone please stop trying to be Edmonton?

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Tinordi needs at least a year in Hamilton and probably longer.

Can everyone please stop trying to be Edmonton?

This.

At most he should get a 4-5 game taste of the NHL. But he should be in Hamilton at least 1 full season.

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04-03-2012, 06:49 AM
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Big Dmen take time, lets not rush him.

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Tinordi: He looked kinda awkward at the last camp, I feel he is probably another year away. Beaulieu played better, we might see him. (And traditionally offensive Ds game can adapt better to the NHL)

Subban - Gorges
Markov - Emelin
Beaulieu - UFA(experienced Shutdown)
UFA 7th - Kaberle?- Diaz - St-Denis - Tinordi

Or even better. (Let's dream a little)

UFA - Subban
Markov - Emelin
Beaulieu - Gorges
UFA 7th - Kaberle? Diaz - St-Denis - Tinordi.

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Jarred Tinordi is now 20 years old 6 foot 7, has no offensive talent but is the perfect player to have on the PK or against a top line. With Hal Gill gone I can't see better replacement plus he skates good. If the Habs want go far next season they will need Tinordi and not bringing him in at the start of the season, in my opinion, would be a huge mistake. In my mind he's a faster version of Hal Gill and taller version of Josh Gorges

Here's the Hockey's Future bio:

http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/jarred_tinordi
Let him start at the AHL level and get used to the speed of the pro game there. I'm in favor of being patient with prospects instead of rushing them. I have seen players not develop because they made the NHL too quick but don't recall of any that have lost their ability because they stayed AHL too long.

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04-03-2012, 07:23 AM
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Tinordi must play for the Habs next year.

#AbondonforMacKinnon

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Tinordi is having a very good season compared to last year which it was all new to him, I stilL think he needs a year or even 2 in the AHL to make the transition to the NHL. No need to rush these kids, same goes for Beaulieu. Let them play in Hamilton and build something there, then in 2 years when most of our players contract's are up like Markov, Kaberle we can start bringing them in

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The AHL is probably a good idea.

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04-03-2012, 07:37 AM
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Let him play in the AHL. Have we not learned from rushing players?
Only exceptional players can make the jump from juniors to NHL. Not even PK did it, so, no way Tinordi does it.

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Ummm no.

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AHL. Don't feed him to the piranhas for crying out loud! Remember our fan base has by far the highest proportion of lunatics in the NHL.

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I'd say IF he has a good camp then we keep him up for his limit (7 games?) and then regardless of his progression, we send him down to Hamilton for the rest of the year. There's not enough stability on the backend to have him burn an ELC year, NO he will not be the stabilizer either as Gorges and Markov would be the only vet guys to guide him but neither play his role.

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You're not going to be able to replace the leadership and stabilizing presence of Hal Gill with a 20 year old rookie, regardless of their similarities in height.

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I'd say IF he has a good camp then we keep him up for his limit (7 games?) and then regardless of his progression, we send him down to Hamilton for the rest of the year. There's not enough stability on the backend to have him burn an ELC year, NO he will not be the stabilizer either as Gorges and Markov would be the only vet guys to guide him but neither play his role.
There is no "limit" for him as a pro next year. He's on his ELC whether with us or Hamilton.

Anyway, I think it would be a disaster for our team if we had a defense that had room for him next season. There really has to be a priority this summer on getting another strong top-4 experienced player back there. And then we'll still have Diaz and Emelin coming along as part of the bottom grouping. So there really isn't room for more inexperience again next season.

And past that, Tinordi simply won't be ready. He recovered nicely this year to put his prospect status back on track after a miserable first year in the OHL, but his development curve still absolutely needs at least 1 - and more likely 2 or 3 - years in the minors.

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Dayum. +40?! How can a player who's got so little offensive productivity have such a good plus minus? This just proves how awesome he is on the defensive end.

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He need time in the AHL a dman is rarely ready at 20 years old.

How is his shot ? does he have a big slapshot ?

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I don't want to see O'Byrne 2, so let him play in Hamilton for a few years.

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