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12-08-2012, 03:10 PM
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For a guy that supposedly has skating issues according to some, Lowry looks pretty damn good going wide on this d-man - at roughly the 48 second mark...
http://www.whl.ca/video/index/id/1354993099

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12-08-2012, 03:32 PM
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Nice vid Gump. Lowry looked good there. In all fairness though, Kale Kessey is a forward and is more known for his hits and fists (though he can score) then his speed.

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12-08-2012, 03:50 PM
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Nice vid Gump. Lowry looked good there. In all fairness though, Kale Kessey is a forward and is more known for his hits and fists (though he can score) then his speed.
Regardless of who it was, the point is that he manages to put himself into these sorts of advantageous positions night in and out this season. He does so by utilizing a skating ability that is better than some here are willing to admit. I know this because I bought a 10 game WHL live on-demand pass and have already used most of it watching Broncos games.

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12-08-2012, 04:56 PM
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12-08-2012, 05:02 PM
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Regardless of who it was, the point is that he manages to put himself into these sorts of advantageous positions night in and out this season. He does so by utilizing a skating ability that is better than some here are willing to admit. I know this because I bought a 10 game WHL live on-demand pass and have already used most of it watching Broncos games.
How much is that?

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12-08-2012, 07:05 PM
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Reposting because it's buried now.

OHL



Barrie Colts 6 - Kingston Frontenacs 2
Last Updated: Final

Mark Scheifele: 0-3-3 +3 0PIM
1. BAR R. O'Connor, (14) (A. Athanasiou, M. Scheifele), 0:19
3. BAR A. Camara, (21) (R. O'Connor, M. Scheifele), 7:30 (PP)
3. BAR B. Perlini, (1) (M. Scheifele, A. Yuill), 13:43



Belleville Bulls 4 - Owen Sound Attack 2
Last Updated: Final

Austen Brassard: 0-0-0 -1 2PIM
1 - BELV A. Brassard, 5:53 - Roughing, 2 min


Guelph Storm 8 - Erie Otters 0
Last Updated: Final

Scott Kosmachuk: 0-1-1 +1 0PIM
3. GUE Z. Mitchell, (14) (T. Richard, S. Kosmachuk), 0:16




WHL



Kelowna Rockets 7 - Prince George Cougars 2
Last Updated: Final

Ryan Olsen: 1-1-2 +2 0PIM
2. KEL R. Olsen, (16) (Z. Franko, H. Nyberg), 2:51
2. KEL H. Nyberg, (5) (Z. Franko, R. Olsen), 15:24 (PP)



Swift Current Broncos 1 - Victoria Royals 2
Last Updated: Final

Adam Lowry: 1-0-1 -1 0PIM
3. S.C A. Lowry, (16) (D. Heatherington, D. Reum), 16:10 (PP)


Saskatoon Blades 9 - Regina Pats 0
Last Updated: Final

Lukas Sutter: 0-1-1 +1 2PIM
1. SAS N. Zajac, (5) (L. Sutter, B. Stovin), 2:18
3 - SAS L. Sutter, 5:48 - Roughing, 2 min (PP)






COLLEGE




Colorado College 4 - Minnesota 4
Last Updated: Final OT

Peter Stoykewych: 0-0-0 +0 0PIM


Aaron Harstad: Not in lineup


Nebraska Omaha 1 - St. Cloud State 2
Last Updated: Final

Tanner Lane: 0-0-0 +0 0PIM


Northeastern 0 - UMass Lowell 2
Last Updated: Final

Vinny Saponari: 0-0-0 -2 0PIM


Connor Hellebuyck: 0 GA / 60:00 MIN / 25 SV / 25 S / 0PIM ******SHUTOUT******


RPI 2 - Brown 2
Last Updated: Final OT

Jason Kasdorf: 2 GA / 65 MIN / 24 SV / 26 S / 0PIM


Quinnipiac 3 - Princeton 0
Last Updated: Final

Jordan Samuels-Thomas: 0-0-0 +0 0PIM


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12-08-2012, 07:08 PM
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How much is that?
Sorry, just saw your post. Go here...
http://whl.neulion.com/whl/

The quality actually isn't bad.

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12-08-2012, 07:11 PM
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Lowry has so much upside. Not only is he getting better every year but just imagine when he fills his frame in 3 or so years (220 lbs), he will be a tough guy to stop.

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12-08-2012, 08:14 PM
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Hellebuyck with a shutout tonight. Our NCAA goalies are good when given a chance!

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12-08-2012, 08:19 PM
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Hm. Barrie up 3-0 and Scheifele only has one helper? Bust.

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12-08-2012, 08:29 PM
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Hm. Barrie up 3-0 and Scheifele only has one helper? Bust.
4-1 now and 2 assists.

Still a bust though, can't even score a goal.

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Guelph wins 8-0 and Kosmachuk only gets 1 assist. Go figure.

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Scheif with 3 points......upgraded to a "partial bust" unless he gives us a goal

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Scheif with 3 points......upgraded to a "partial bust" unless he gives us a goal
Good. I was getting skeptical about his future with Kane if he discovered that he can do more than pass

On a more serious note:
I watched a TSN video and one of them (I think Button) said that, as Scheifele learns that he doesn't always just have to look for the pass, his play making skills will become an even more potent weapon as the options allow him to create more... which would be one of the few times I agree with Button, if it was him.

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12-08-2012, 09:12 PM
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Shots are 38-9 in the Blades game. Wow.

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12-08-2012, 09:49 PM
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Good to see Scheifele break his miny slump.

I'm pretty impressed at the play of our goalies in college so far this year. I don't think many expected much out of them this year but all three have shown solid play, especially the home town kid.

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12-08-2012, 09:52 PM
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Good. I was getting skeptical about his future with Kane if he discovered that he can do more than pass

On a more serious note:
I watched a TSN video and one of them (I think Button) said that, as Scheifele learns that he doesn't always just have to look for the pass, his play making skills will become an even more potent weapon as the options allow him to create more... which would be one of the few times I agree with Button, if it was him.
Agree: if he's consistently considered a danger to score, that could open up his linemates.

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I get the Big Ten Network on Shaw (HD channel 232). They have a few upcoming Michigan games this winter:

January 8, 2013 7:30pm ET: Bowling Green at Michigan
February 1, 2013 6:30pm ET: Michigan State at Michigan
February 22, 2013 6:30pm ET: Michigan at Ohio State

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Giddy up GmOney I realized I have this channel (BTNHD) already covered off in my current package so I am good to go. Thank you again!

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12-08-2012, 10:23 PM
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Went up to Barrie to watch the game. The one thing Schiefele needs to do is add weight/muscle/strength. He still looks thin. As my friend said, he's all legs. It's the only thing holding him back at the moment from what I see. Granted I'm no scout, just my humble opinion.

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I'm such a big fan of drafting goalies with later round selections who then get four years of NCAA development. I think it is such a wise organizational move. Low risk, medium-high reward.

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I'm such a big fan of drafting goalies with later round selections who then get four years of NCAA development. I think it is such a wise organizational move. Low risk, medium-high reward.
Same here. That and Europe is probably the best place to find steals and have them develop the best.

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Same here. That and Europe is probably the best place to find steals and have them develop the best.
If Chet Pickard doesn't get signed by Nashville we should ask him to try out

WPG boy... that usually encourages many on this board haha

He's doing much better in Allsvenskan (0.921)

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Through talking to someone who is a goaltender connoisseur of sorts, I am being led to believe that younger brother Calvin, of lower draft position, is a higher-end prospect. I have no personal opinion on the matter.

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I'm such a big fan of drafting goalies with later round selections who then get four years of NCAA development. I think it is such a wise organizational move. Low risk, medium-high reward.
I'd like to see the JETS nab one of these guys in the up coming draft .... Juuse Saros, Marcus Hogberg, Eamon McAdam or Spencer Martin. All seem to be high on potential and probably be available in the 4th round and later.

This is my preference rather than using a 2nd on the consensus top rated guys like Comrie or Fucale.


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