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LD Morgan Rielly - Moose Jaw Warriors, WHL (2012 Draft)

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06-22-2012, 11:25 PM
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Oh toronto drafted rielly?

Now were not gonna hear the end of "Rielly is the next bobby orr"
You got it wrong!!!

Hamilton is the next Bobby Orr...Seguin is already 10x the player Yzerman was.

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06-22-2012, 11:33 PM
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remember now, mr. sunshine is not the head coach anymore.

so this kid can turn into something special.

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06-22-2012, 11:34 PM
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Very happy with Rielly.

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06-22-2012, 11:49 PM
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Oh toronto drafted rielly?

Now were not gonna hear the end of "Rielly is the next bobby orr"
Your username says everything anyone needs to know about you.

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06-23-2012, 12:14 AM
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Lets just hope the leafs get a pick in that top five, the fans definitely deserve it.
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06-23-2012, 01:15 AM
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Like the pick for you guys. Great player. As some of you know, I started the thread and my thoughts haven't changed much since then. Fantastic stuff.

My stuff on Rielly:
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As mentioned, his offensive ability is right near the top of the class in regards to blueliners. He had 18 points in 18 games before being hurt this year and was well on his way to improving on his career high of 28 points, set as a 16 year old last year.

Away from the puck he had also grown leaps and bounds. As a 16 year old he often looked pretty lost in his own zone, running around a bit and losing one on one battles. That seemed to change this year. He's got a great stick and was really learning to use his added strength more to go along with his improving positioning.

There's no doubt that when it's all said and done and some team drafts Rielly inside the top 10-12 in the NHL draft, they are going to get a hell of a player. He might not have the poise of Ryan Murray or the explosiveness of Mathew Dumba, but he's a great offensive defenceman who was well on his way to proving himself in his own zone.
http://whl-from-above.blogspot.ca/se...organ%20Rielly

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http://futureconsiderations.ca/toron...y-5th-overall/

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06-23-2012, 12:10 PM
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How does he compare to Ryan Murphy? They sound a little similar.

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06-23-2012, 12:34 PM
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Absolutely love this pick. Finner too. D-corps looking really solid for the future in TO.

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06-23-2012, 12:59 PM
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How does he compare to Ryan Murphy? They sound a little similar.
Offensive ability and skating are very similar, Rielly is bigger and a little better in his own end.

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06-23-2012, 01:08 PM
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Absolutely love this pick. Finner too. D-corps looking really solid for the future in TO.
Morgan Rielly
Jake Gardiner
Dion Phaneuf
Carl Gunnarsson
Luke Schenn
John-Michael Liles
Cody Franson
Jesse Blacker
Stuart Percy
Matthew Finn
Korbinian Holzer

Mike Komisarek
Tom Nilsson
Petter Granberg
Dennis Robertson
Simon Gysbers
Mark Fraser
Andrew MacWilliam
Viktor Loov
Max Everson
Eric Knodel

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06-23-2012, 02:35 PM
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Morgan Rielly
Jake Gardiner
Dion Phaneuf
Carl Gunnarsson
Luke Schenn
John-Michael Liles
Cody Franson
Jesse Blacker
Stuart Percy
Matthew Finn
Korbinian Holzer

Mike Komisarek
Tom Nilsson
Petter Granberg
Dennis Robertson
Simon Gysbers
Mark Fraser
Andrew MacWilliam
Viktor Loov
Max Everson
Eric Knodel
If only our forwards could be so stacked..

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09-23-2012, 07:55 PM
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1G 1A 2P 2GP

Not a bad start. I can't wait to see what he can do this season. I'm not expecting big numbers, especially with the quality of his team, but I'd like to see him get around a PPG.

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09-23-2012, 08:48 PM
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I recognize that he is talented, and he was on pace for a PPG season last year. I'd like to see around a PPG, wouldn't mind if it was a bit lower than that like 55-60 points.


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09-23-2012, 08:51 PM
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What's the problem? I recognize that he is talented, and he was on pace for a PPG season last year. I'd like to see around a PPG, wouldn't mind if it was a bit lower than that like 55-60 points.
I think he's laughing at the fact that you stated that you don't expect huge numbers, yet would like to see him score at a PPG pace, which in itself is a huge prediction/expectation.

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09-23-2012, 10:03 PM
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I think he's laughing at the fact that you stated that you don't expect huge numbers, yet would like to see him score at a PPG pace, which in itself is a huge prediction/expectation.
This^.

This isnt Bobby Orr we are talking about here.

A ppg season for a dman in the whl IS a huge number.

http://www.whl.ca/stats/show/type/to.../238/subtype/1

How many dmen had ppg numbers in the whl last year?

I see two.

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09-23-2012, 10:09 PM
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This^.

This isnt Bobby Orr we are talking about here.

A ppg season for a dman in the whl IS a huge number.

http://www.whl.ca/stats/show/type/to.../238/subtype/1

How many dmen had ppg numbers in the whl last year?

I see two.
I'm looking there and there is quite a lot of D there with around 55 points or more.

I think I was misunderstood when I said around PPG. I meant like I said a few posts ago, 55-60 points. Not actually a PPG.

I don't know why everyone's getting their jimmies rustled over one little comment that wasn't even outrageous or bad. Let's all just calm down here lol.

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09-23-2012, 10:15 PM
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I'm looking there and there is quite a lot of D there with around 55 points or more.

I think I was misunderstood when I said around PPG. I meant like I said a few posts ago, 55-60 points. Not actually a PPG.

I don't know why everyone's getting their jimmies rustled over one little comment that wasn't even outrageous or bad. Let's all just calm down here lol.
You are missing the point. I expect Rielly to be in the ppg neighborhood. That isnt the unreasonable part of your post.

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09-23-2012, 10:32 PM
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You are missing the point. I expect Rielly to be in the ppg neighborhood. That isnt the unreasonable part of your post.
I guess I am. Maybe I just worded it wrong or something. I think there is a difference between what I meant to say and what you got out of my post.

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09-23-2012, 11:11 PM
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Morgan Rielly
Jake Gardiner
Dion Phaneuf
Carl Gunnarsson
Luke Schenn
John-Michael Liles
Cody Franson
Jesse Blacker
Stuart Percy
Matthew Finn
Korbinian Holzer

Mike Komisarek
Tom Nilsson
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If only our forwards could be so stacked..
no one noticed that schenn isnt even with the leafs anymore...

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09-23-2012, 11:18 PM
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Went to the Warriors vs Broncos game Saturday night. Definitely notice his elite skating. What surprised me though was his scrap near the end of the game. Never knew he had any of that in his game. Although the warriors were getting blown out and Rielly i think was a bit caught off guard at first, almost forced into it.

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09-23-2012, 11:23 PM
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I'll be happy with 50-55 pts while playing the PP and PK in 72 gp.

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Do you feel the same about Gally in Sarnia?


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Rielly does remind me of Bobby Orr sometimes. Especially when he comes up ice with the puck and it appears the other team is happy to watch him go by.
Orr's greatest atribute was his never quit effort. Rielly shows some of that at times.

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Rielly does remind me of Bobby Orr sometimes. Especially when he comes up ice with the puck and it appears the other team is happy to watch him go by.
Orr's greatest atribute was his never quit effort. Rielly shows some of that at times.
Rielly is touted as a one-dimensional threat... Not a dual threat offensively and defensively like Orr...

Please for the love of God at least save the Orr comparisons to when/if he actually plays an NHL game...

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Do you feel the same about Gally in Sarnia?
I would think so. It would be first and foremost on my wish list. Big risk taking someone who missed almost their entire draft year. A good bounce back year with a majority of games played would be step one.

Wouldnt you agree?

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