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10-02-2012, 11:33 AM
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Injurie at ankle to Duclair.

2-4 weeks out.
I was at the game on Sunday, at least no tear of fractures, which is a good sign. as you've said 2-4 weeks off.

Patrick tried putting Shea on the left side of Grigs, that was terrible. He tried another person before settling with Erne. Instant chemistry! Sheas was better on the 2nd line with Sorensen.

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10-02-2012, 03:34 PM
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How Shea's play so far ? I know he dosn't have points but it's still early , I'm sure he'll get it going offensively.

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How Shea's play so far ? I know he dosn't have points but it's still early , I'm sure he'll get it going offensively.
I do not know why they had compared him to Erne, when he went through the draft last year. I mean, the kid has talent, but far from being close to Erne. That's added pressure not needed for him.

BUT, to his credit, he played very well yesterday, compared to last weekend. On this team, with Duclair and Kucherov in the line-up, he's a solid 3rd liner, would be a good 2nd liner on any other team.

Let's see how he performs this weekend, playing 3 days in a row!

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Is Erne a good bet for 80 points ?
IMO, he's not an 80 pts type of player. He'll be consistent and will get goals and assists on a consistent basis, but I wouldn't consider Erne a point man like Drouin, Duclair or Grigorenko.

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10-06-2012, 08:25 AM
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How has David Hunter looked so far ?

How did he make the team ?

He was stuck in AA for 3 years... Good player but I didn't think he was that good.

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10-06-2012, 09:50 PM
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How has David Hunter looked so far ?

How did he make the team ?

He was stuck in AA for 3 years... Good player but I didn't think he was that good.

He said he stayed in AA because he couldn't afford AAA. It's probably one of the reasons why Quebec produces less players, many can't afford AAA and are stuck in lower levels.

He's ok as a 3rd pairing defenseman. It's not pretty the way he plays but when you think about it, he never gets beaten, he's never taken out of position and he makes the simple plays that don't put him into trouble.

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10-06-2012, 09:59 PM
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He said he stayed in AA because he couldn't afford AAA. It's probably one of the reasons why Quebec produces less players, many can't afford AAA and are stuck in lower levels.

He's ok as a 3rd pairing defenseman. It's not pretty the way he plays but when you think about it, he never gets beaten, he's never taken out of position and he makes the simple plays that don't put him into trouble.
I didn't know he could afford it.

I thought he was well off, from what I know he was well off.

The rumored cost of the Lions program is 10K, I'll try to get a real number.

Because he wasn't a star the lions didn't give him the same treatment they gave a certain player..

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10-06-2012, 10:24 PM
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It's an honor to have a player like @etchy19 on your team, always playing for the front of his jersey and backing up his teammates! #wow #19
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@NickSorensen94 that means a lot buddy. And I always have your back #dontforgetit #lineys
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Highlights.

Big win tonight.

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10-07-2012, 07:55 AM
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Injurie at ankle to Duclair.

2-4 weeks out.
Looking at the video, he was pushed into the net, but that was legal.

http://tvasports.ca/tvasports/hockey...30-182209.html

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He said he stayed in AA because he couldn't afford AAA. It's probably one of the reasons why Quebec produces less players, many can't afford AAA and are stuck in lower levels.

He's ok as a 3rd pairing defenseman. It's not pretty the way he plays but when you think about it, he never gets beaten, he's never taken out of position and he makes the simple plays that don't put him into trouble.
Good point, some kids in Ontario who cannot afford AAA gets sponsors, we should look into this type of subsidy for some of our players here in Qc.

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How hard is it to get game day tickets for the Remparts? I'm coming up on November 9th and was hoping to catch them play P.E.I. Thanks in advance.

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10-09-2012, 08:28 AM
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How hard is it to get game day tickets for the Remparts? I'm coming up on November 9th and was hoping to catch them play P.E.I. Thanks in advance.
Not hard in November, especially not against PEI.

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He will stay with the Remparts for the season.

any updates on Midensky's performance so far?

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any updates on Midensky's performance so far?
Have only seen a few games so far but I think he's been pretty good.
He and David Hunter form a pretty unlikely pairing - both are undrafted, one from Ontario and one that played AA last year.
He's shown some creativity and gets a lot of ice, including some PP time.


They had another Ontario kid in practice today: Brandon Vuic, a Knights pick.

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10-14-2012, 05:35 PM
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Read on ProBoards that Huberdeau may be on his way to Quebec in the case of a lockout… Apparently Izacky is on the bubble, and Sorenson would come as a down payment. Imagine a top six of :
Huberdeau-Grigorenko-Kucherov
Erne-Shaw-Duclair
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Scary. Far and away best line in the CHL. This is just a rumor so take it for what it's worth, but, thought it was interesting.

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Would that ever be scary....

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What!?

No way it happens. If it actually does, then I'd totally be speechless and I may go to every game now. Still, I really don't believe that rumor.


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You'll call me crazy, but I think Danault would be a better fit.

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I obviously wouldn't mind either of them.

Just having Danault or Huberdeau would be amazing.

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You'll call me crazy, but I think Danault would be a better fit.
I would have to agree. He would be an exceptional addition to the mix of players already in Quebec and could probably be had a bit cheaper as well.

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What would Quebec be able to offer ?

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What would Quebec be able to offer ?
According to some people, Sorensen's value is a 1st pick and a 1st euro pick.

Picks in
2013: 2-3-3(HAL)-4-5
2014: 2-3-4-5
2015: 1-2-4-5

Quebec has more young goaltenders/defensemen to offer than offense.

Prospects with value:

C - Shea (17)
C - Carozza (16)
D - MacIntyre (16)
D - Gingras (17)
D - Chevalier (16)
G - Fortin (17)
G - Parent (16)

And futures...

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You'll call me crazy, but I think Danault would be a better fit.
Agree. Danault and Grigs as top two centers is deadly... Just give them equal icetime with Duclair, Erne, Kucherov and Shaw flanking them .......

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According to some people, Sorensen's value is a 1st pick and a 1st euro pick.

Picks in
2013: 2-3-3(HAL)-4-5
2014: 2-3-4-5
2015: 1-2-4-5

Quebec has more young goaltenders/defensemen to offer than offense.

Prospects with value:

C - Shea (17)
C - Carozza (16)
D - MacIntyre (16)
D - Gingras (17)
D - Chevalier (16)
G - Fortin (17)
G - Parent (16)

And futures...
Doesn't seem like much.

Huberdeau's the whole kitchen sink.

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