Normally that would be awesome for me but I'm out of town those first fews days. I'll be able to catch the last day of camp. Hopefully they will have shaken off all the rust by then and are firing on all cylinders for my evaluation.
I think I want to know what's going on, and then I think about Wheeler, Turris, and now this kid that bailed on the Ducks. Why care anymore? Will Gormley be the next?
What happened to you man? You had alot of great posts in that past that lived up to your username and now not even as much effort goes into it. Granted, I understand this cluster**** has been very depressing on all of us but even this kind of stuff being said is far more negative than what I even have to say.
Right now, I don't see any reason why Gormley would want out. There is no loophole in his favor, Turris was made as an example for anyone else in the system that dares to try and pull the kind of stunt he did last off season and onto some of the regular season. At least with Gormley, he wasn't drafted in the Moyes, Ellman, Gretzky era unlike, Mueller, Turris, and Wheeler. Hell, I wouldn't be surprised if he is more appericated to be picked by us seeing he was supposed to be the 5th overall pick in the draft and wasn't until the 13th pick by GMDM and company.
When asked to identify players who stood out in the first two on-ice workouts, Maloney listed defenseman Brandon Gormley and forwards Henrik Samuelsson, Jordan Martinook, Ethan Werek, Lucas Lessio, Brendan Shinnimin and Samuel “Hunter” Fejes.
“Hunter Fejes has caught all of our eyes with his speed and the compete level that he’s had,” Maloney said of the team’s sixth-round selection in the 2012 NHL Draft.
Regarding Shinnimin, the undrafted WHL Player of the Year last season, Maloney said:
“With Brendan, all it takes is five minutes watching practice and you’ll pick him out because he’s the most competitive player in every drill… He’s on the puck hard and he really is fun to watch.”
He added, “Don’t bet against this kid. He’s got this internal drive to succeed… He’s a great asset for our organization to have.”