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01-19-2013, 02:55 PM
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With Kristo and Collberg we have two "decent" sized players with wheels and goal-scoring ability.
With Gallagher we have a tenacious, diminutive scorer.
If we can add another big bodied scorer with Pacioretty, I like our Wing situation going forward. I can't see Kristo and Collberg not developing into at least 20 goal scorers.
RW is looking solid, prospect wise, will be interesting to see how it goes for the group of Collberg, Kristo, Gallagher, Leblanc (who I prefer at rw personally). Collberg imo has the highest upside of the group as has been very impressive for someone that is in the early stages of his development, if he continues to progress then I think he could have very high upside. One things for sure, with Collberg and Kristo you get two very fast players that know how to shoot the puck, so it's going to be most interesting to see how it goes for them in the next couple years.

I hope to see Gallagher and Leblanc work on improving physical attributes as both could stand to get quicker, strong and fill out more. If either can do so over the next 2-3 years then it's also going to be interesting to see what they can do as well.

When you add Galchenyuk, Hudon, MacMillan, Bozon, hopefully we land several solid to very solid NHLers over the next several years as you would think at least a couple from that group will turn out around where they are projected at least one would hope so. Would be great for the team to add cheap young secondary scoring each year for cap space reasons among others.

Would still like to land another big time center prospect or more in June. And would also like to see us trade up if the price is right and Timmins pick is still on the board if it means us getting another quality center prospect.

Since we have a lot of decent or interesting prospects but only one or two high end prospects, I'd rather have quality over quanity. Although since this draft at least appears to be me to be a deep one, so perhaps sitting tight and seeing what 5 top 75ish picks can yield us.

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01-22-2013, 08:49 AM
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Collberg vs Elias Lindholm today.

Would love for a stream.

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01-22-2013, 09:16 AM
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Collberg vs Elias Lindholm today.

Would love for a stream.
Check this page later: http://www.wiziwig.tv/broadcast.php?...73&part=sports

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RW is looking solid, prospect wise, will be interesting to see how it goes for the group of Collberg, Kristo, Gallagher, Leblanc (who I prefer at rw personally). Collberg imo has the highest upside of the group as has been very impressive for someone that is in the early stages of his development, if he continues to progress then I think he could have very high upside. One things for sure, with Collberg and Kristo you get two very fast players that know how to shoot the puck, so it's going to be most interesting to see how it goes for them in the next couple years.

I hope to see Gallagher and Leblanc work on improving physical attributes as both could stand to get quicker, strong and fill out more. If either can do so over the next 2-3 years then it's also going to be interesting to see what they can do as well.

When you add Galchenyuk, Hudon, MacMillan, Bozon, hopefully we land several solid to very solid NHLers over the next several years as you would think at least a couple from that group will turn out around where they are projected at least one would hope so. Would be great for the team to add cheap young secondary scoring each year for cap space reasons among others.

Would still like to land another big time center prospect or more in June. And would also like to see us trade up if the price is right and Timmins pick is still on the board if it means us getting another quality center prospect.

Since we have a lot of decent or interesting prospects but only one or two high end prospects, I'd rather have quality over quanity. Although since this draft at least appears to be me to be a deep one, so perhaps sitting tight and seeing what 5 top 75ish picks can yield us.
Good post....you mentioned some factors I had forgotten about

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Thanks.

He's playing with PJ Axelsson and Fabian Brunnström.

Damn, Lindholm not playing for Brynas.

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Collberg with an assist.

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Collberg with an assist.
Brunnstrom and Bell did all the work on that goal but an assist is an assist.

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I'm more iffy about Collberg than Kristo to be honest. I think Kristo is really underrated by Habs fans.
Very few scouts would take Kristo over Collberg imo.

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01-22-2013, 01:12 PM
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Very few scouts would take Kristo over Collberg imo.
Hopefully, we gonna see Kristo play for the Habs some day to see what he is made of.

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Very few scouts would take Kristo over Collberg imo.
18 years old versus 22 is a HUGE difference. So I agree. At 18, Collberg was turning more heads. In four years we'll have our answer, but if I had to keep one, I'd be leaning towards Collberg.

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Hopefully, we gonna see Kristo play for the Habs some day to see what he is made of.
Many are starting to feel that this day will never happen.

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Many are starting to feel that this day will never happen.
At least he won't turn UFA like Schultz last Spring. He,s gonna have to sign for the Habs if they judge he can be a real asset, or they can trade his rights.

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Many are starting to feel that this day will never happen.
Why?

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Many are starting to feel that this day will never happen.
I think he's playing very well this year. He just has to go to Hamilton.

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Collberg with another beauty SO goal. Backhand again.

The only goal in the SO, so it will be another goal credited to his record.

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Collberg with another beauty SO goal. Backhand again.

The only goal in the SO, so it will be another goal credited to his record.
Anyone mind explaining that rule? It's the first time I hear about it.

Or is it just that simple?

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Anyone mind explaining that rule? It's the first time I hear about it.

Or is it just that simple?
In Europe (or just Sweden) the winning shootout goal counts as a "goal"

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Collberg outplayed Lindholm

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RW is looking solid, prospect wise, will be interesting to see how it goes for the group of Collberg, Kristo, Gallagher, Leblanc (who I prefer at rw personally). Collberg imo has the highest upside of the group as has been very impressive for someone that is in the early stages of his development, if he continues to progress then I think he could have very high upside. One things for sure, with Collberg and Kristo you get two very fast players that know how to shoot the puck, so it's going to be most interesting to see how it goes for them in the next couple years.

I hope to see Gallagher and Leblanc work on improving physical attributes as both could stand to get quicker, strong and fill out more. If either can do so over the next 2-3 years then it's also going to be interesting to see what they can do as well.

When you add Galchenyuk, Hudon, MacMillan, Bozon, hopefully we land several solid to very solid NHLers over the next several years as you would think at least a couple from that group will turn out around where they are projected at least one would hope so. Would be great for the team to add cheap young secondary scoring each year for cap space reasons among others.

Would still like to land another big time center prospect or more in June. And would also like to see us trade up if the price is right and Timmins pick is still on the board if it means us getting another quality center prospect.

Since we have a lot of decent or interesting prospects but only one or two high end prospects, I'd rather have quality over quanity. Although since this draft at least appears to be me to be a deep one, so perhaps sitting tight and seeing what 5 top 75ish picks can yield us.
The 2013 draft crop looks rich, at least on paper, and the Habs aren't expected to make the playoffs. If these assumptions are valid they should have a good shot at an elite center (and possibly even at Seth Jones, who could do wonders for their D). Not only that, having three second round picks is a pleasant situation to be in. Timmins should enjoy himself in June.

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Anyone mind explaining that rule? It's the first time I hear about it.

Or is it just that simple?
IIHF rules, game winning goal counts as a regular goal.

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Collberg with another beauty SO goal. Backhand again.

The only goal in the SO, so it will be another goal credited to his record.
This is a kinda unfair boost to his stats.

Then again, he seems to be clutch/money on breakaways. One day he'll get a goal during actual play.

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Damn, Lindholm not playing for Brynas.
He was out with the flu, I believe.

The teams square off again on Thursday (1 PM ET) to complete this rare home-and-home.

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This is a kinda unfair boost to his stats.
Lex David Rundblad.

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Brunnstrom and Bell did all the work on that goal but an assist is an assist.
If I remember correctly Collberg delivered a hit behind the net while forechecking, won the puck and got it to Brunnström. There are plenty of secondary assists where the player do a whole lot less and still get credited.

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Collberg! It's a power play goal!

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