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07-23-2012, 04:54 PM
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Montreal signs Alex Galchenyuk

http://canadiens.nhl.com/club/news.h...id=DL|MTL|home

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Steve Simmons article July 20th

Go to "Scene and Heard" last paragraph

The Sarnia Sting produced the first and third picks in the NHL Draft in Nail Yakupov and Alex Galchenyuk yet all I’m hearing this summer is how just about everyone who plays for coach Jacques Beaulieu wants out of there.
http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Hockey/NHL.../20012851.html

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Steve Simmons article July 20th

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The Sarnia Sting produced the first and third picks in the NHL Draft in Nail Yakupov and Alex Galchenyuk yet all Iím hearing this summer is
how just about everyone who plays for coach Jacques Beaulieu wants out of there.
http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Hockey/NHL.../20012851.html
obviously its not just local news over a few cold pops anymore especally after nail let his opinion be known in the press. mac not jacques is responsible for nail and alex in Sarnia

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Steve Simmons article July 20th

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The Sarnia Sting produced the first and third picks in the NHL Draft in Nail Yakupov and Alex Galchenyuk yet all Iím hearing this summer is how just about everyone who plays for coach Jacques Beaulieu wants out of there.
http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Hockey/NHL.../20012851.html
While both players no doubt benefitted from their time with the Sting, given their talent and pedigree is there any doubt both players would have succeeded in any OHL town?

Seems to me this is the case for most kids with this much high-end talent.

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07-24-2012, 11:09 AM
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As a long time season ticket holder I've got to know some of the players and have asked Charlitti since the article came out if this was in anyway true and he denied knowing anything about it and that everyone was excited to come back!

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As team captain, that was nice of him to say what you wanted to hear.

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Out of curiosity, what do you think is a realistic stat line for Galchenyuk this season?

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Out of curiosity, what do you think is a realistic stat line for Galchenyuk this season?
If he was in Sarnia for the entire season, something around the realm of 35-40 goals & 50-55 assists is realistic (85-95 points), but he could put up even better numbers.
Assuming Galchenyuk remains healthy and is given every opportunity to make his new NHL club, he may be given the 9-game trial with the Canadiens before being sent back to the Sting (if he doesn't stick with the Canadiens full-time, which is possible).
If given 9 games and then sent down, he would be with Montreal up until October 30th, meaning he'd miss the first 15 games of the Sting season - leaving him a possible 53-game OHL season. If that's the case, a 70-80 point season is perhaps more realistic.

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If he was in Sarnia for the entire season, something around the realm of 35-40 goals & 50-55 assists is realistic (85-95 points), but he could put up even better numbers.
Assuming Galchenyuk remains healthy and is given every opportunity to make his new NHL club, he may be given the 9-game trial with the Canadiens before being sent back to the Sting (if he doesn't stick with the Canadiens full-time, which is possible).
If given 9 games and then sent down, he would be with Montreal up until October 30th, meaning he'd miss the first 15 games of the Sting season - leaving him a possible 53-game OHL season. If that's the case, a 70-80 point season is perhaps more realistic.
He would most likely play in the World Juniors so that would be even fewer OHL games played.

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If he was in Sarnia for the entire season, something around the realm of 35-40 goals & 50-55 assists is realistic (85-95 points), but he could put up even better numbers.
Assuming Galchenyuk remains healthy and is given every opportunity to make his new NHL club, he may be given the 9-game trial with the Canadiens before being sent back to the Sting (if he doesn't stick with the Canadiens full-time, which is possible).
If given 9 games and then sent down, he would be with Montreal up until October 30th, meaning he'd miss the first 15 games of the Sting season - leaving him a possible 53-game OHL season. If that's the case, a 70-80 point season is perhaps more realistic.
Thanks, for the post. Hopefully he is given the opportunity in Montreal with the 9 game stint. I think he will need another year to develop in juniors, play the WJC and possibly be traded to a contender for the OHL playoffs (in which Sarnia can pick up some valuable pieces)

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World Junior's runs from Dec 26th, 2012 - Jan 5th, 2013. Gally would miss an additional 6 games - Dec 28, 29 & Jan 1, 4, 5, & 6.
53 minus 6 = 47 games played

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If he was in Sarnia for the entire season, something around the realm of 35-40 goals & 50-55 assists is realistic (85-95 points), but he could put up even better numbers.
Assuming Galchenyuk remains healthy and is given every opportunity to make his new NHL club, he may be given the 9-game trial with the Canadiens before being sent back to the Sting (if he doesn't stick with the Canadiens full-time, which is possible).
If given 9 games and then sent down, he would be with Montreal up until October 30th, meaning he'd miss the first 15 games of the Sting season - leaving him a possible 53-game OHL season. If that's the case, a 70-80 point season is perhaps more realistic.
You aren't factoring in the possibility of a lockout either. That could help Galchenyuk's OHL stats (if he gets sent down
Immediately) or hurt them (if Habs decide to wait to see what league decides delaying his possible return to the OHL)

It will be interesting to see how the lockout affects many of these prospects on the cusp of seeing NHL action

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07-30-2012, 04:14 PM
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Former Sarnia Sting Brandon Francisco has decided to leave the Kitchener Rangers to play in the OJHL as he tries to get his game back on track.

Yahoo has a story on it

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A Pretty big name wants out of Sarnia....pretty damn big...you guys need to do some digging and figure out who or what the issue is...the last thing the league needs is London or Kitchener to get this kid.

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08-01-2012, 01:51 PM
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A Pretty big name wants out of Sarnia....pretty damn big...you guys need to do some digging and figure out who or what the issue is...the last thing the league needs is London or Kitchener to get this kid.
It sounds like you already know "who" it is. If not, what says its a "big name"?

Sarnia'snonly "big names" are Galchenyuk, Yakupov, Murphy and DeAngelo IMO

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I do know who it is....but i don't want to be the dick who drags a kid's name in mud...

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08-01-2012, 03:21 PM
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It sounds like you already know "who" it is. If not, what says its a "big name"?

Sarnia'snonly "big names" are Galchenyuk, Yakupov, Murphy and DeAngelo IMO
Considering that Yakki and Gally probably won't be back...it would have to be one of the 2 Americans

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Agree, Yaki and Galy won't be back and they made it clear how they felt about are new GM/coach. We also lost the 3 that asked to be traded and are now elsewhere. That leaves Murphy, Deangelo, Boucher, Anderson, Sarault as supposed "big names" that might want out now. And we're going to continue to pretend there isn't some issue? I wish it weren't so. But where theres smoke, theres usually a fire.

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08-01-2012, 07:04 PM
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Galchenyuk might not be back but his chances of returning are certainly better than 50%. The Habs aren't going to risk injuring their best prospect in over two decades.

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I doubt he'll even see the full 9 games in the NHL if the season starts on time. The Habs really don't ''need'' him this year with Plekanec-Desharnais-Eller as centers who can produce offence. So it would essentially be trying him out to play at the wing, which just seems like a bad idea to me.

If he were to get that 9 game tryout, missing 15 OHL regular season games is a lot. That seems to be missing out on too much OHL action after all the time missed last year.

If there's a lockout that delays the season, he better be in Sarnia during that time. I can't see why he wouldn't be.

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I doubt he'll even see the full 9 games in the NHL if the season starts on time. The Habs really don't ''need'' him this year with Plekanec-Desharnais-Eller as centers who can produce offence. So it would essentially be trying him out to play at the wing, which just seems like a bad idea to me.

If he were to get that 9 game tryout, missing 15 OHL regular season games is a lot. That seems to be missing out on too much OHL action after all the time missed last year.

If there's a lockout that delays the season, he better be in Sarnia during that time. I can't see why he wouldn't be.
Exactly my thoughts

Plus, Galchenyuk did not look so good on the wing last year when he was playing there to rest his shoulder

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Has Alberga been released by the Sting? Noticed on his Twitter feed that he is in Europe and his friends are wishing him the best of luck.

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Has Alberga been released by the Sting? Noticed on his Twitter feed that he is in Europe and his friends are wishing him the best of luck.
Noticed that as well but it may just be a vacation

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Out of curiosity, what do you think is a realistic stat line for Galchenyuk this season?
sting fans will de angelo play fosting in 2012

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The Sarnia Sting produced the first and third picks in the NHL Draft in Nail Yakupov and Alex Galchenyuk yet all Iím hearing this summer is how just about everyone who plays for coach Jacques Beaulieu wants out of there.
http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Hockey/NHL.../20012851.html
is de angelo playing for sarnia sting in2012 113

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