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08-05-2012, 04:21 PM
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I really think Michael Paliotta will make the team. I am biased but he was one of the few bright spots on that awful Vermont team.

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08-05-2012, 09:16 PM
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Biggs-Galchenyuk-Gaudreau
Noesen-Miller-Grimaldi
Matteau-Trocheck-Boucher
Hartman-Kerdiles-Samuelsson




Trouba-Jones
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08-05-2012, 11:16 PM
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What I'm saying is that they are biased against CHLers... It's like you have to play NTDP to have a shot at making it in your first or 2nd go... Before leaving to play CHL..

Don't get me started on their NCAA bias...

Guys like Campbell had no chance at getting scarred cause they'd already made the team...
On page one of this thread you didn't know what I was talking about when I said, "My roster has too many CHL guys on it."

Come on man...

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08-06-2012, 10:56 AM
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Goalies:
John Gibson
Matt Mahalak

Defense:
Jacob Trouba-Seth Jones
Connor Murphy-Jake McCabe
Robbie Russo-Brady Skjei
Pat Sieloff

Forwards:
Alex Galchenyuk-Stefan Noesen-John Gaudreau
Rocco Grimaldi-JT Miller-Tyler Biggs
Mario Lucia-Nic Kerdiles-Henrik Samuelsson
Reid Boucher-Stefan Matteau-Ryan Hartman
Vincent Trocheck

Line combinations are as good as anyone's guess right now. There are too many the CHL guys on my roster too

my guess:

Gaudreau-Galchenyuk-Kerdiles
Boucher-Grimaldi-Miller
Lucia-Noesen-Biggs
Matteau-Kuraly-Samuelsson

Bottom 6 is going to take a lot of penalties but will create a ton of energy. Top 6 has a blend of speed, skill and size. If they can click could be a contender.

Skjei-Jones
Sieloff-Trouba
Rielly-Murphy

Anyone come down the right side of the American D is going to get squished!

Gibson
Stolarz

Gibson on his game could be the best of this age group.

USA looks very strong!!

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08-06-2012, 11:23 AM
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my guess:

Gaudreau-Galchenyuk-Kerdiles
Boucher-Grimaldi-Miller
Lucia-Noesen-Biggs
Matteau-Kuraly-Samuelsson

Bottom 6 is going to take a lot of penalties but will create a ton of energy. Top 6 has a blend of speed, skill and size. If they can click could be a contender.

Skjei-Jones
Sieloff-Trouba
Rielly-Murphy

Anyone come down the right side of the American D is going to get squished!

Gibson
Stolarz

Gibson on his game could be the best of this age group.

USA looks very strong!!
I can see your roster panning out. Alot of goonery in that bottom six though......

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08-06-2012, 01:13 PM
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U.S. starting play against Finland and Sweden today. U.S. Blue is currently up 3-1 on Finland. Kuraly continuing his strong play. Lucia and Noesen with a good showing so far as well.

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08-06-2012, 01:17 PM
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Can anyone who's watching the games or the camp tell me how Robbie Russo is looking. He did not come to the Islanders development camp this summer as he was taking summer classes.

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Kuraly has a chance to be really good.

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Tied 3-3 now, USA spending some time in the box:

2 13:37 USA Blue Gostisbehere Instigation 02:00
2 12:32 USA Blue Sieloff HighSticking 02:00
2 10:37 USA Blue reid Hooking 02:00
2 00:58 USA Blue Schmaltz Hooking 02:00


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Lucia and Kuraly were the best players for the Team USA Blue today against Finland.

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Yay Noesen.

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08-06-2012, 02:23 PM
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U.S. Blue beats Finland 5-4. Lucia with the hatty. Kuraly and Galchenyuk had the other goals. Looks like the coaching staff is keeping Galchenyuk and Gaudreau together with a rotating winger.

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Tied 3-3 now, USA spending some time in the box:

2 13:37 USA Blue Gostisbehere Instigation 02:00
2 12:32 USA Blue Sieloff HighSticking 02:00
2 10:37 USA Blue reid Hooking 02:00
2 00:58 USA Blue Schmaltz Hooking 02:00
Where did you get this?

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Where did you get this?

http://www.usahockey.com/Tournament/...8&GameID=43137

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U.S. White is currently down 2-0 to the Swedes.

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Mike Reilly with a goal to make it 2-1 Sweden.

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How has Jim Vesey looked so far?

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USA White - Sweden 1-5

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Can anyone comment on Gaudreau's play?

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Nice to see Wild prospect Mario Lucia with the hat trick today!

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How has Jim Vesey looked so far?
Looked good in the intersquad games.

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my guess:

Gaudreau-Galchenyuk-Kerdiles
Boucher-Grimaldi-Miller
Lucia-Noesen-Biggs
Matteau-Kuraly-Samuelsson

Bottom 6 is going to take a lot of penalties but will create a ton of energy. Top 6 has a blend of speed, skill and size. If they can click could be a contender.

Skjei-Jones
Sieloff-Trouba
Rielly-Murphy

Anyone come down the right side of the American D is going to get squished!

Gibson
Stolarz

Gibson on his game could be the best of this age group.

USA looks very strong!!
I see you're putting a lot of stock in this WJEC camp. Lucia (Notre Dame), Samuelsson (Edmonton), Kerdiles (Wisconsin), Kuraly (Miami), and Matteau (Boisbrand) are all going to have to get off to a good start for this to happen. With the exception of Samuelsson, all of these guys are making the jump up to the NCAA/QMJHL from the USHL/BCHL. That's tough. We'll see though.

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Can someone tell me about Kuraly?

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08-06-2012, 10:39 PM
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When do the cuts come out?

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08-06-2012, 10:54 PM
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I was looking at the USA Hockey website and noticed that no 1995s were invited to the camp. I was wondering if this was a USA Hockey "rule" or whether your team was competitive enough that there simply wouldn't be any spaces for 1995 players on the team.

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