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01-02-2013, 11:36 AM
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Jakub Culek

Does Jakub Culek have any chance of making the NHL, with the Sens or any other team? He is currently on the active roster of the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles of the QMJHL.

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I don't think he'll ever suit up for us, but maybe down the road for another team

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At this point my only hope for him is he grows a massive Mullet

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I wonder what it will take to pry Marek Zagrapan away from the Sabres. Let him mentor Culek and reap the inevitable rewards.










PS. As a general rule, Czech prospects are garbage. This ain't the 90s.

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If he is, it's as a bottom 6 forward.

He's got good size, he's shown good two way play, but he's behind quite the long list of forward prospects, so he's got to do something.

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He's not really competing for the same spot as most of our forward prospects.

The guy if he makes the NHL will be a shutdown winger in the mold of a Rob Niedermayer. The Sens don't really have any other prospects that fits that type of player.

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He's not really competing for the same spot as most of our forward prospects.

The guy if he makes the NHL will be a shutdown winger in the mold of a Rob Niedermayer. The Sens don't really have any other prospects that fits that type of player.
Mika Zabinejed, JOB, Derek Grant, Jarod Maidens.

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It`s too bad that the Bingo Sens didn't keep Culek to play with them this year, I would have preferred him to Petersson, Caporusso or Pageau.

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Jacob Selleck will play in the AHL next year, hopefully for the B-Sens. He can take Mika Jabinezad's spot.

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Mika Zabinejed, JOB, Derek Grant, Jarod Maidens.
Jarod Maidens is a different type of shut down player

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It`s too bad that the Bingo Sens didn't keep Culek to play with them this year, I would have preferred him to Petersson, Caporusso or Pageau.
Why? Are you a puck bunny who gets crushes on tall guys?

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Culek isn't very good. He flashed a bit last year at the WJHC but people overrate that event. Unless he carves out a niche as a PKer or something I doubt he ever amounts to anything as an NHL player. Even most of the defensive shutdown players in the NHL had some success scoring in lower ranks. Culek hasn't.

I'd be surprised if he ever has more than a cup of coffee in the NHL.

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Culek isn't very good. He flashed a bit last year at the WJHC but people overrate that event. Unless he carves out a niche as a PKer or something I doubt he ever amounts to anything as an NHL player. Even most of the defensive shutdown players in the NHL had some success scoring in lower ranks. Culek hasn't.

I'd be surprised if he ever has more than a cup of coffee in the NHL.
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fun fact, Ogie was the writers brother.

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It`s too bad that the Bingo Sens didn't keep Culek to play with them this year, I would have preferred him to Petersson, Caporusso or Pageau.
What? Why? Pageau has played great so far.

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What? Why? Pageau has played great so far.
Because Pageau is small and Culek is big.

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Nancy Dowd (born 1945) is a screenwriter most famous for her films Slap Shot and Coming Home.[1][2] Her brother Ned Dowd inspired the story behind Slap Shot based on his experiences playing minor league hockey.

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Nancy Dowd (born 1945) is a screenwriter most famous for her films Slap Shot and Coming Home.[1][2] Her brother Ned Dowd inspired the story behind Slap Shot based on his experiences playing minor league hockey.
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