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11-13-2012, 09:18 PM
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I guess he just had one too many Nyquist Explosions.

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DUI as an adult is terrible... DUI as a minor?! What the.... where's his brain at!
Well to be technical, his brain isn't as developed as adult brains. That's where it's at.

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11-13-2012, 09:32 PM
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Well to be technical, his brain isn't as developed as adult brains. That's where it's at.
In Canada his brain is developed enough to drink, in America it's not

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11-13-2012, 09:52 PM
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Wasn't their some hype on him ?
Not sure but I think he had a hat-trick the other day. I would rank him up there with Saad and Coyle...

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11-13-2012, 09:55 PM
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"Superdrunk"?

Is that like "Supermurder", when you REALLY REALLY kill somebody?
No, "Supermurder" is when you are a super star and kill someone. A la Heatley.

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In Canada his brain is developed enough to drink, in America it's not
its developed enough to drink, but not legally

on a side note I had a friend that got a DUI and honestly I dont even know what happened to him but he is completely off the hook and free as a bird, so I agree I dont think his future is in too much jeoprady besides having to hitch a ride to practice with his friends

that said, penalty for DUI should be much harsher

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11-13-2012, 10:02 PM
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its developed enough to drink, but not legally

on a side note I had a friend that got a DUI and honestly I dont even know what happened to him but he is completely off the hook and free as a bird, so I agree I dont think his future is in too much jeoprady besides having to hitch a ride to practice with his friends

that said, penalty for DUI should be much harsher
Michigan's "super drunk" law means that Sheahan should be in line for greater penalties than a "normal" DUI. I'm not too familiar with the law so I can't say exactly what difference it makes though.

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11-13-2012, 10:23 PM
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For a petite Chinese woman, maybe. For the average male (that's not even taking into account this kid's size) .17 BAC would require 8+ drinks (8 if it's in the space of an hour, increase it to compensate for the time over which he was drinking). It's not stumbling blackout drunk, but it's solidly into drunk territory.
As one of my favorite comic characters once put it, "I'm not yet in the land of drunk, but I can see it without a telescope."

Sounds like Sheahan had crossed into the land of drunk and taken a nice hike past the border.

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11-13-2012, 10:54 PM
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11-13-2012, 11:15 PM
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Ray from Rodney would be proud, straight up dickered

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This isn't the first time Sheahan has gotten in trouble for alcohol consumption:

http://www.stcatharinesstandard.ca/2...eahan-arrested

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Not sure but I think he had a hat-trick the other day. I would rank him up there with Saad and Coyle...
You'd be the only one.

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wow detroit draft a very drunk type character guy

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11-13-2012, 11:31 PM
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This isn't the first time Sheahan has gotten in trouble for alcohol consumption:

http://www.stcatharinesstandard.ca/2...eahan-arrested
Underage drinking is no big deal to me, everyone does it and you're not harming anyone (except maybe yourself if you drink WAYYYY too much). Could care less about this previous incident (though it doesn't sound like Palmieri handled it too well!), but driving while hammed is a whole different story.

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Yeah he's projected as a solid 3rd/2nd line center depending on his offensive development.
NHL second liners do a lot more damage than he did offensively in college. He projects as a fourth line centre with a prayer at being a third liner if he miraculously finds an offensive game later in his hockey life.

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I've been drunker

No wonder he is still in the minors he can't even drink with the big boys
Are you looking for a pat on the back or a high-five? Nice job, chief.


Regarding Riley: this obviously isn't good for his career. Probably best if he just takes it as a lesson that's learned the hard way.

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This is a pretty silly chart, muscular bodies and fat bodies process alcohol at different rates

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You'd be the only one.
Lol thats exactly what I was thinking.

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11-14-2012, 12:57 AM
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Went to Notre Dame so pardon my lack of surprise.

I'll just point out that he better get his act together or Detroit will have him out on his ass just like they did Avery.

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someone is going to have to translate this for me, I've been drinkin. He had 9-10 drinks in one hour?

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11-14-2012, 03:07 AM
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Yeah neither his life nor his future is "wrecked". But he's a professional athlete, he has the money/means to have a driver or pay for a taxi
Well if he's in the AHL it's not like he's making huge money, probably not much more than a well off Notre Dame graudate.

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Not sure but I think he had a hat-trick the other day. I would rank him up there with Saad and Coyle...
I disagree strongly. Sheahan's ceiling is a 3rd - 4th line grinding NHLer.

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11-14-2012, 08:56 AM
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NHL second liners do a lot more damage than he did offensively in college. He projects as a fourth line centre with a prayer at being a third liner if he miraculously finds an offensive game later in his hockey life.
So was Johan Franzen. Powerforwards usually take longer to develop. And in college he was on a low scoring team that demanded defense first and Sheahan was always usually used in critical shutdown roles and didn't get a chance to work on his offense.

Wings scout are projecting him to be a goal scorer and be a late bloomer like Johan Franzen. Franzen was also a 4th liner that would never become a 3rd line player... now he gets 1st and 2nd line duties with Datsyuk and Zetterberg.

Just sayin'.

Sounds like you don't much understanding what you're talking about in regards to the projection of this particular player. Jim Nill expects him to be a point producers, that's why they burned up their 1st round pick to get him.

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11-14-2012, 09:08 AM
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Well if he's in the AHL it's not like he's making huge money, probably not much more than a well off Notre Dame graudate.



I disagree strongly. Sheahan's ceiling is a 3rd - 4th line grinding NHLer.
What report are you reading? HFboards project him as a 2nd or 3rd line powerforward.. and they usually underrate players...

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Sheahan has all the skills necessary to be a power forward type player. He possesses excellent shooting and playmaking ability. His large frame allows him to hold onto the puck for extended periods of time.

Projects to be a second or third line center in the NHL. Will compete for a roster spot with the Red Wings in training camp, but will likely end up playing his first full AHL season in 2012-13.
Source: http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/riley_sheahan/

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I think even most Detroit fans agree that Sheahan projects as third liner. Small chance for top player, hockey IQ just isn't there, offensively.

Oh yeah, ****ing idiot. He's still a kid, though, hope he's learned a lesson.

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11-14-2012, 07:08 PM
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What report are you reading? HFboards project him as a 2nd or 3rd line powerforward.. and they usually underrate players...



Source: http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/riley_sheahan/
Not many people follow Sheahan so I'm not sure how many reports exist out there to be read. I'd be interested if you have any.

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