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11-19-2012, 07:32 AM
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Hate to take anything away from Prince, I'm sure he had a stellar game, but from the highlights it looked like his goal was a filthy tip by Silf.

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I'll also add, one thing Luke has not addressed, like KK in Bingo, is keeping the game 'simple'..like others have posted that this yrs players are playing on 'edge' under Luke..

Perhaps Boro has been under KK's rule of keeping the game "simple" to Luke's game of "playing on the edge" is making the transition difficult in some fans eye's..
I think this is it. I expected one player, and have received a totally different player than I anticipated. Some player's seem to live and die by what a coach tells them to do.

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I think this is it. I expected one player, and have received a totally different player than I anticipated. Some player's seem to live and die by what a coach tells them to do.
Saw Boro alot when I went to Clarkson. He is a "team first" guy. We had offensive defencemen and coach asked him to be the shutdown guy. He was one of the best in the league. Ask other ECAC teams who they hated playing against. He does what he's asked and what's best for the team. I even remember him taking faceoffs in critical situations.

He'll produce offence if needed (was your top D man in points as a rookie last season ). Will be a top PK man if that's what you need. Will go to war for his teammates. Shines in the playoffs. Many here really underestimate him. He could easily be a 4-5 for you guys someday.

If the Sens are smart, they'll prevent him from becoming a Group VI UFA when he's 25. Nothing I'd like more, though, than seeing him in Philly where I could see him play.

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11-19-2012, 10:20 AM
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Hate to take anything away from Prince, I'm sure he had a stellar game, but from the highlights it looked like his goal was a filthy tip by Silf.
Yea, I initially thought it was Silfverberg too and after a quick glance on the replay. He celebrated really hard and I think he may have touched it first so they gave him credit.

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11-19-2012, 11:29 AM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ka0v2...00B55373CD3C9C

I've watched it over and over, frame by frame and Prince does deflect it, but it deflects again of Silfverberg's stick.

Goes to show you the type of guy Silf is. Not stealing Prince's thunder.

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11-19-2012, 01:23 PM
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Saw Boro alot when I went to Clarkson. He is a "team first" guy. We had offensive defencemen and coach asked him to be the shutdown guy. He was one of the best in the league. Ask other ECAC teams who they hated playing against. He does what he's asked and what's best for the team. I even remember him taking faceoffs in critical situations.

He'll produce offence if needed (was your top D man in points as a rookie last season ). Will be a top PK man if that's what you need. Will go to war for his teammates. Shines in the playoffs. Many here really underestimate him. He could easily be a 4-5 for you guys someday.

If the Sens are smart, they'll prevent him from becoming a Group VI UFA when he's 25. Nothing I'd like more, though, than seeing him in Philly where I could see him play.
Seems to be a Luke Richrdson clone, team first, willing to stick up for teammates, nothing fancy but very efficient, fans-coaches and teama-mates love him, OI think he has the inside track on Weircohe for that open LD spot just because he is a PK< fighting type of player - he can't replace Cowen but he can do a lot of the same things Cowen did for us.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ka0v2...00B55373CD3C9C

I've watched it over and over, frame by frame and Prince does deflect it, but it deflects again of Silfverberg's stick.

Goes to show you the type of guy Silf is. Not stealing Prince's thunder.
Oh yea, that's definitely Silfv. Common sense just by considering the angle the puck would take in the deflection he placed it in. With that being said, what a ****ing tip by Silfverberg. A natural leader that one but he's the type that leads by example like Alfredsson/Lidstrom.

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I think this is it. I expected one player, and have received a totally different player than I anticipated. Some player's seem to live and die by what a coach tells them to do.
Most players do, it called survival.

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Seems to be a Luke Richrdson clone, team first, willing to stick up for teammates, nothing fancy but very efficient, fans-coaches and teama-mates love him, OI think he has the inside track on Weircohe for that open LD spot just because he is a PK< fighting type of player - he can't replace Cowen but he can do a lot of the same things Cowen did for us.
Boro hasn't the skill to replace what Cowen would offer the Sens in a 1-4 role. Weircoich is the guy that has those skills and is showing them.

So if the lockout ends and unless Paul decides he wants experience and takes Benoit, PW will be in Ottawa IMO.

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3 goals in 14 games put Wiercioch on pace for almost 20 goals. Pretty stellar for a defenceman.
He has only played in 12 so far.

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Not to mention Wier has been great defensively this year. It's the same deal with Karlsson. Just because you aren't overly physical doesn't mean you aren't good defensively.
So true, PW has replaced Cowen on the top pairing and had been very solid defensively.

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He has only played in 12 so far.
I was just going by the numbers the other guy gave. But thats even better.

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