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12-07-2012, 01:23 PM
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Islanders web site has posted 2 videos on Strome from TSN, one by Craig Button and the other
by Mark Masters. Included are some highlights from the incredible comeback against Sudbury
which I saw live and still is hard to believe two weeks later.
Definitely must see that ! One question about Strome, have we EVER had a prospect lead the CHL in scoring after we had drafted him ? If I remember correctly, we might have had one, Dave Simpson, I think back in 1982 or 1983. I believe Lafontaine led the CHL in scoring, but that was BEFORE we drafted him.

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markhmasters 12:31pm via Web
TSN scout @CraigJButton on what to expect from Ryan Strome at the world juniors
http://watch.tsn.ca/international-ho...892#clip821892

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Ryan Strome has turned everything he touches to gold this season: will Canada's world junior team be next?
http://watch.tsn.ca/international-ho...890#clip821890

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Is there any stream for the Niagara game tonight?

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Is there any stream for the Niagara game tonight?
You can listen at www.niagaraicedogs.net

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Regarding Strome, how many minutes a night does he average? I know the team relies heavily on that top line to produce in order to win.

Im assuming its got to be over 20mins, is it about 22-23min?

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Is there any stream for the Niagara game tonight?
I second this. Would be awsome to watch this at work

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Definitely must see that ! One question about Strome, have we EVER had a prospect lead the CHL in scoring after we had drafted him ? If I remember correctly, we might have had one, Dave Simpson, I think back in 1982 or 1983. I believe Lafontaine led the CHL in scoring, but that was BEFORE we drafted him.
I think that Jiggs (McDonald) jinxed Simpson when he announced on Sportschannel "that Simpson won the Molson Canadian Junior hockey Player of the Year and that he would have a bright future with the Islanders." Simpson never played a game in the NHL, but I think that he did lead the OHL in scoring in 1982.

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12-07-2012, 06:36 PM
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markhmasters 12:31pm via Web
TSN scout @CraigJButton on what to expect from Ryan Strome at the world juniors
http://watch.tsn.ca/international-ho...892#clip821892

markhmasters 12:29pm via Web
Ryan Strome has turned everything he touches to gold this season: will Canada's world junior team be next?
http://watch.tsn.ca/international-ho...890#clip821890
Gonna be some kind of exciting watching the WJC this year!

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Think Mapletoft won a scoring award.

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Think Mapletoft won a scoring award.
He led the WHL, and beat all OHL players, but the Q had 5 players with more points, and 1 more with as many. Leader was Simon Gamache with 184 points.

Of course, that was when the differences between the three leagues was quite a bit more glaring than it is these days.

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Anders Lee match penalty. Passed out for a few minutes so I didn't see what happened, but he's out of the game.

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Friday
London 5, Niagara 2-Theoret,1 assist, -1, Graham,1 assist, -1, Strome, -1.
Guelph 4, Owen Sound 1-Pedan, + 2.
Erie 6, Ottawa 2-Pelech, 2 assists, + 2.
Calgary 5, Edmonton 2-Reihart, -1.
Spokane 5, Brandon 2-Kichton, + 2.
Notre Dame 3, Michigan State 2-Russo, 1 assist, + 1, Lee, even (Ejected early 2nd period,
hit from behind).
Denver 2, North Dakota 2 (OT)-Mayfield, 1 goal (2), even,


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12-08-2012, 05:41 AM
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London did an effective job of collapsing around their goaltender blocking shooting and passing lanes. Strome has a few good chances he created in period 2 but could not connect. Still impressed with his skating improvement and strength since I last watched him.
Theoret is not a bad player, he will have a chance for an ELC.

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Niagara @ London was on the NHL Network last night. I caught most of it.

I noticed good vision from Strome but other than that he didn't really do anything to make me notice him more so than anyone else. Obviously his body of work so far this year has been impressive.

The line of Thereot-Strome-Ricthie was by far the best line for Niagara.

One player who I thought was very good was Niagara defensman Jesse Graham. Set up a beauty goal with a nice rush. I was impressed so much that I went online to see if he had been drafted and I saw that we (NYI) took him last year. I'll re-iterate I thought he was the best player on the ice last night for Niagara. This is my opinion as a casual observer of junior league hockey so take it for what it's worth.

Two impressive dmen of London: Olli Maata (PIT 1st round '12) and Scott Harrington (PIT 2nd round '11). Pretty effective of shutting down the Strome line for the most part, despite Ricthie's two goals.

Also, watch out for London forward Bo Hovart (#36 of Craig Button's 2013 draft list). Was a bottle of energy on the ice, constantly making things happen.

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In Finland today, SaiPa beat Karpat 4-3 (SO) and Ville Pokka scored his 4th goal of the year
for Karpat. Have to watch him when Finland is on TV during the World Junior.

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12-08-2012, 08:30 PM
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Big Griff with a goal already tonight. EDM leading CGY 1-0 in the 1st. Good to see him bury one. Hopefully this can spark some more offense for the kid.

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Big Griff with a goal already tonight. EDM leading CGY 1-0 in the 1st. Good to see him bury one. Hopefully this can spark some more offense for the kid.
Listening to the game, Griff with a big slapper on the powerplay, Edmonton leads 2-0 after 1.
Reinhart last night had no luck, hit 1 crossbar and 2 posts.

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Baie-Comeau 4, Cape Breton 0-Leduc, -1.
Guelph 8, Erie 0-Pedan, even, Pelech, -2.
Moose Jaw 4, Spokane 3-Kichton, + 3.
Edmonton 4, Calgary 2-Reinhart, 1 goal (4), 2 assists, + 1.
Notre Dame 5, Michigan State 1-Russo, 2 assists, + 2, Lee, 1 goal (11), + 1.
North Dakota 6, Denver 3-Mayfield, -2.


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Reinhart last night had no luck, hit 1 crossbar and 2 posts.

Maybe he was playing "Three-bar" ?

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Baie-Comeau 4, Cape Breton 0-Leduc, -1.
Guelph 8, Erie 0-Pedan, even, Pelech, -2.
Moose Jaw 4, Spokane 3-Kichton, + 3.
Edmonton 4, Calgary 2-Reinhart, 1 goal (4), 2 assists, + 1.
Notre Dame 5, Michigan State 1-Russo, 2 assists, + 2, Lee, 1 goal (11), + 1.
North Dakota 6, Denver 3-Mayfield, -2.
Nice to see him add a couple of assists as well.

Kichton with a +3 in a 4-3 loss is also pretty impressive. Considering none of Moose Jaw's goals were scored on the PP.

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12-09-2012, 09:48 AM
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Nice to see him add a couple of assists as well.

Kichton with a +3 in a 4-3 loss is also pretty impressive. Considering none of Moose Jaw's goals were scored on the PP.
Having listened to last night's game Griff got a lot of powerplay time yesterday.
Scored on a one timer, his second assist was also on the powerplay as his shot created
a rebound. Edmonton really needs to use that big shot on the point.

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Having listened to last night's game Griff got a lot of powerplay time yesterday.
Scored on a one timer, his second assist was also on the powerplay as his shot created
a rebound. Edmonton really needs to use that big shot on the point.
It's been a mystery to me why Edmonton was using a 5-man PP 1st unit. It's nice to see that when Reinhart finally gets some premium PP time, he can deliver offensively with a nice game last night. The Oil Kings haven't been tearing up the league for whatever reasons that I am unaware of, but I hope this trend continues.

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It's been a mystery to me why Edmonton was using a 5-man PP 1st unit. It's nice to see that when Reinhart finally gets some premium PP time, he can deliver offensively with a nice game last night. The Oil Kings haven't been tearing up the league for whatever reasons that I am unaware of, but I hope this trend continues.
The five forward powerplay has not worked well, wonder why Edmonton stuck with it for so long.
Reinhart is the best shooter, passer from the backline they have.


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Brampton 5, Erie 2-Pelech, even.

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what happened kiril kabanov? it shows he has been only playing 4 games? is he okay

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