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01-26-2013, 04:38 PM
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this is about our former prospect joonas donskoi...hopefully hes ok

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-pu...6583--nhl.html
Yikes that was scary the way his head bounced off the ice.

On a side note Yorkman must see all those ads on the uni's and on the ice and SCREAM WHY NOT US DAMN YOU NHL!!!!!

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Trocheck has 16 pts in 8 games with Plymouth since trade.

What a year this is turning out to be for him.

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Updated thru 1/27/2013:
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College Yr Player Pos. Line/Pairing GP G A P +/- PIM GWG PPG SHG PT/G
Minnesota JR Nick Bjugstad C 1st 26 13 12 25 +6 22 2 5 0 0.96
Minnesota SO Kyle Rau LW 1st 26 13 14 27 +10 16 5 6 0 1.04
North Dakota SR Corbin Knight C 1st 25 12 23 35 +12 24 2 2 0 1.40
North Dakota SO Rocco Grimaldi RW 2nd 24 9 11 20 +5 6 0 2 0 0.83
Michigan SO Zach Hyman RW 2nd 24 3 4 7 -1 4 0 0 1 0.29
Vermont JR Connor Brickley LW 2nd 12 2 3 5 -2 16 0 1 0 0.42
Minn-Duluth JR Joe Basaraba RW 3rd 24 7 4 11 -6 26 2 2 0 0.46
Boston Univ SR Wade Megan LW 1st 22 12 7 19 +11 28 3 0 2 0.86
Boston College FR Michael Matheson D DNP 21 4 10 14 +11 54 1 2 0 0.67
Wisconsin FR Eddie Wittchow D DNP 15 0 2 2 +7 4 0 0 0 0.13
Michigan St SO RJ Boyd D 3rd 26 2 5 7 -7 18 1 0 0 0.27

Goalies:
College Yr Player Line/Pairing GP W L T GA MIN GAA SH SV SV%
Denver JR Sam Brittain DNP 9 4 5 0 27 535 3.03 0 249 0.902


Notes:
- Matheson didn't play this past weekend due to injury (only listed as upper body injury sustained on 1/19)
- Brickley has gotten back on a scoring line, now the LW for the 2nd line for Vermont and scored a goal on Friday
- Knight continues to be #2 in the nation in scoring
- Wittchow also could be injured as he hasn't played in 6 games (can't find out what it is though)
- Brittain got a chance to start yesterday but was lit up for 5 goals on 36 shots but looked like Denver was missing players as they only played 11 forwards
- NCAA rankings are currently showing Minnesota is the #1 team in the nation, BC is #3, North Dakota is #5, BU is #10

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02-02-2013, 04:46 PM
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CHL update (thru 2/1):

Vincent Trocheck (Plymouth) - 44 games, 31 goals, 38 assists, 69 points
Logan Shaw (Quebec) - 48 games, 21 goals, 34 assists, 55 points
Francis Beauvillier (Rimouski) - 50 games, 26 goals, 26 assists, 52 points
Jonathan Huberdeau (St. John) - 30 games, 16 goals, 29 assists, 45 points
Alexander Delnov (Seattle) - 49 games, 16 goals, 20 assists, 36 points
Steven Hodges (Victoria) - 38 games, 20 goals, 13 assists, 33 points
Jonathan Racine (Moncton) - 44 games, 8 goals, 11 assists, 19 points

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02-02-2013, 06:36 PM
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Updated thru 1/27/2013:
NCAA
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College Yr Player Pos. Line/Pairing GP G A P +/- PIM GWG PPG SHG PT/G
Minnesota JR Nick Bjugstad C 1st 26 13 12 25 +6 22 2 5 0 0.96
Minnesota SO Kyle Rau LW 1st 26 13 14 27 +10 16 5 6 0 1.04
North Dakota SR Corbin Knight C 1st 25 12 23 35 +12 24 2 2 0 1.40
North Dakota SO Rocco Grimaldi RW 2nd 24 9 11 20 +5 6 0 2 0 0.83
Michigan SO Zach Hyman RW 2nd 24 3 4 7 -1 4 0 0 1 0.29
Vermont JR Connor Brickley LW 2nd 12 2 3 5 -2 16 0 1 0 0.42
Minn-Duluth JR Joe Basaraba RW 3rd 24 7 4 11 -6 26 2 2 0 0.46
Boston Univ SR Wade Megan LW 1st 22 12 7 19 +11 28 3 0 2 0.86
Boston College FR Michael Matheson D DNP 21 4 10 14 +11 54 1 2 0 0.67
Wisconsin FR Eddie Wittchow D DNP 15 0 2 2 +7 4 0 0 0 0.13
Michigan St SO RJ Boyd D 3rd 26 2 5 7 -7 18 1 0 0 0.27

Goalies:
College Yr Player Line/Pairing GP W L T GA MIN GAA SH SV SV%
Denver JR Sam Brittain DNP 9 4 5 0 27 535 3.03 0 249 0.902


Notes:
- Matheson didn't play this past weekend due to injury (only listed as upper body injury sustained on 1/19)
- Brickley has gotten back on a scoring line, now the LW for the 2nd line for Vermont and scored a goal on Friday
- Knight continues to be #2 in the nation in scoring
- Wittchow also could be injured as he hasn't played in 6 games (can't find out what it is though)
- Brittain got a chance to start yesterday but was lit up for 5 goals on 36 shots but looked like Denver was missing players as they only played 11 forwards
- NCAA rankings are currently showing Minnesota is the #1 team in the nation, BC is #3, North Dakota is #5, BU is #10
I watched the UND vs. Wisconsin game and the announcers did mention that Wittchow was injured. Like you said it's been 6 games he's been out.

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02-02-2013, 07:57 PM
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Folks, Rocco Grimaldi has figured some stuff out. I mean he's turned a switch. He is electrifying. End to end rushes, turning defensemen inside out. Smart passes, not skating around the ice like a chicken with his head cut off. When he plays like this it's looks unfair, especially against college competition. The UND games have basically turned into... when Rocco gets the puck, it's blast off.


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Which Panthers prospects will be eligible to play in AHL next season?

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Which Panthers prospects will be eligible to play in AHL next season?
I expect to see Vincent Trocheck & Corban Knight there. Not sure about anyone else.

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I expect to see Vincent Trocheck & Corban Knight there. Not sure about anyone else.

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Also one of Bjugstad/Shore. Howden probably returns for another season. One of Petrovic/Robak or both will definitely be back for another season. Racine probably moves up to the AHL. I hope Megan gets signed, if so he might be AHL bound. Same with Shaw, it depends on if he gets signed. Foster and Houser are eligible, will they be in the AHL is another question.

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Also one of Bjugstad/Shore. Howden probably returns for another season. One of Petrovic/Robak or both will definitely be back for another season. Racine probably moves up to the AHL. I hope Megan gets signed, if so he might be AHL bound. Same with Shaw, it depends on if he gets signed. Foster and Houser are eligible, will they be in the AHL is another question.
Hey MB, what is the max age restriction for the CHL? I think it's 20 years old but not sure. Can Racine get another year in juniors?

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It's 20 but a team can have two overagers that play an extra year. I think it's two, could be wrong. So yeah Racine could play another year, like we did with Timmins.

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Hey MB, what is the max age restriction for the CHL? I think it's 20 years old but not sure. Can Racine get another year in juniors?

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For next year, all players born in 1994 and onwards are eligible for the CHL. If you're born on the 31st december 1993, you are AHL eligible.

2 overage spots. Though generally if you remain in the CHL for your overage year, you aren't very projectable.

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Right on, thanks guys.

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Thing I worry about with our prospect pool is finding roster spots for these guys. For instance, next yr I expect the defense men in San Antonio to encompass at least these guys to start with (all are either signed or RFA): Petrovic, Robak, Caruso, and Nash. Then we had McFadden playing the the ECHL so he will compete for a spot too. So then you include a guy like Bengtsson who probably won't play another yr in the USHL and where do you put him? Then you include Racine too and it starts getting difficult to allocate ice time. Thats not including adding any veterans free agents to San Antonio which I would expect too. I wonder who becomes trade bait in the coming months. I think Robak may be used to help us upgrade at another position either at the trade deadline or in the off season.

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Thing I worry about with our prospect pool is finding roster spots for these guys. For instance, next yr I expect the defense men in San Antonio to encompass at least these guys to start with (all are either signed or RFA): Petrovic, Robak, Caruso, and Nash. Then we had McFadden playing the the ECHL so he will compete for a spot too. So then you include a guy like Bengtsson who probably won't play another yr in the USHL and where do you put him? Then you include Racine too and it starts getting difficult to allocate ice time. Thats not including adding any veterans free agents to San Antonio which I would expect too. I wonder who becomes trade bait in the coming months. I think Robak may be used to help us upgrade at another position either at the trade deadline or in the off season.
I think Petro and Robak make the team within the next few years the other guys will play in San Antonio and wait for call ups

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I think Petro and Robak make the team within the next few years the other guys will play in San Antonio and wait for call ups
Agreed. Spots will be open soon with Weaver & Kuba most likely gone after next season. Not sure what happens with Kuli at that time as well and I don't know if Jovo will be able to finish out his contract due to age/health.

I hope Ellerby gets a season long look this year. I think he's been fine so far. Like to see more big hits from him like the one on Smith earlier.

Matheson, Bengtsson, and Racine I would think are at the least a few years away.

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Thing I worry about with our prospect pool is finding roster spots for these guys. For instance, next yr I expect the defense men in San Antonio to encompass at least these guys to start with (all are either signed or RFA): Petrovic, Robak, Caruso, and Nash. Then we had McFadden playing the the ECHL so he will compete for a spot too. So then you include a guy like Bengtsson who probably won't play another yr in the USHL and where do you put him? Then you include Racine too and it starts getting difficult to allocate ice time. Thats not including adding any veterans free agents to San Antonio which I would expect too. I wonder who becomes trade bait in the coming months. I think Robak may be used to help us upgrade at another position either at the trade deadline or in the off season.
McFadden isn't anything to write home about so I'm not worried if he doesn't get much ice time. Is Bengtsson definitely going to stay in N.A. to play pro? I think he might go back to Sweden and play in the Elitserien for a couple years.

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Thing I worry about with our prospect pool is finding roster spots for these guys. For instance, next yr I expect the defense men in San Antonio to encompass at least these guys to start with (all are either signed or RFA): Petrovic, Robak, Caruso, and Nash. Then we had McFadden playing the the ECHL so he will compete for a spot too. So then you include a guy like Bengtsson who probably won't play another yr in the USHL and where do you put him? Then you include Racine too and it starts getting difficult to allocate ice time. Thats not including adding any veterans free agents to San Antonio which I would expect too. I wonder who becomes trade bait in the coming months. I think Robak may be used to help us upgrade at another position either at the trade deadline or in the off season.
That's a good problem to have at the end of the day.. I would worry if we had a incompetent GM sitting with his finger on trigger. But, I trust Tallon to make wise decisions with these prospects.

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I think Petro and Robak make the team within the next few years the other guys will play in San Antonio and wait for call ups
Possibly but I was just talking about everyone expected to play in San Antonio and getting enough ice time to develop properly.
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Agreed. Spots will be open soon with Weaver & Kuba most likely gone after next season. Not sure what happens with Kuli at that time as well and I don't know if Jovo will be able to finish out his contract due to age/health.

I hope Ellerby gets a season long look this year. I think he's been fine so far. Like to see more big hits from him like the one on Smith earlier.

Matheson, Bengtsson, and Racine I would think are at the least a few years away.

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Yeah they are yrs away but they need proper ice time to develop. Kuba & Weaver are signed thru next season and unless we move them, that gives us no flexibility in having a guy like Robak get even a call-up when he's probably close to ready for that. Petrovic also should be ready next yr to get some call ups.

Good point about Ellerby and even now in the last 2 games, Strachan. I'd like to see them get more ice time but you see if we have a full lineup with Soupy, Kuli, Weaver, Kuba, Jovo, Guds that it'll be hard for them to get that consistently. Imagine next yr if Robak and/or Petrovic are proving they deserve the callup to, that makes it difficult.

Really, i'm thinking more about how to get everyone in the AHL the proper ice time to develop. I'm going to assume that going into next yr that the top 4 d-men in San Antonio will be Petrovic, Robak, Nash & Caruso (not necessarily the pairings but those 4 guys). I'm also going to assume that the team will want to bring in an additional veteran d-man too. So that leaves maybe 1 spot to be filled and we have guys like Racine that will be 20, Bengtsson who also will be 20 (though that doesnt matter since he was drafted from Europe), and we also have McFadden in the system and John Lee (while not signed by the Panthers by previously our draft pick) hasnt been bad in San Antonio. Gonna be hard to figure out ice time for all those new guys so they develop.
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McFadden isn't anything to write home about so I'm not worried if he doesn't get much ice time. Is Bengtsson definitely going to stay in N.A. to play pro? I think he might go back to Sweden and play in the Elitserien for a couple years.
Sure McFadden isnt that great of a prospect but I think the team has good hopes for him. Otherwise, I dont think they sign him for 3 yrs. He needs to work on his defensive game for sure but the guy showed in the OHL that he's got good offensive skills from the back end. I really hope he gets some AHL ice time next season to help with his development.

I dunno what the deal is with Bengtsson. But while his stats seem unimpressive, supposedly he's been solid playing in the USHL. I think the team probably wouldnt mind either way if he returned to SEL to play a few yrs but in San Antonio (or Cincy) they can control his ice time and how he develops a bit more. Since he's already over in NA, maybe they want him to stay.
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That's a good problem to have at the end of the day.. I would worry if we had a incompetent GM sitting with his finger on trigger. But, I trust Tallon to make wise decisions with these prospects.
It definitely is a good problem to have. I just wonder whether Tallon actually is going to keep all these guys or if he does plan on trading a few at some point. And really, I'm just wondering who he feels is trade bait at this point.

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Trocheck has 24 points (9+15) in his 11 games with Plymouth. 2 goals last night in a 3-6 loss.

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i am starting to think this kid is going to be amazing for us

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CHL update (thru 2/8):

Vincent Trocheck (Plymouth) - 46 games, 33 goals, 41 assists, 74 points
Logan Shaw (Quebec) - 51 games, 21 goals, 36 assists, 57 points
Francis Beauvillier (Rimouski) - 52 games, 26 goals, 27 assists, 53 points
Jonathan Huberdeau (St. John) - 30 games, 16 goals, 29 assists, 45 points
Alexander Delnov (Seattle) - 53 games, 16 goals, 21 assists, 37 points
Steven Hodges (Victoria) - 42 games, 22 goals, 13 assists, 35 points
Jonathan Racine (Moncton) - 45 games, 8 goals, 11 assists, 19 points

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Trocheck has 4 goals today...point total on season up to 80.

30 pts in 13 games for Plymouth.

He's also only 5 points back of the league lead, having played 5-6 games less than the 4 guys ahead of him.

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Trocheck has 4 goals today...point total on season up to 80.

30 pts in 13 games for Plymouth.

He's also only 5 points back of the league lead, having played 5-6 games less than the 4 guys ahead of him.
Any reason for these great numbers? Is he on a stacked team? Playing with other high rated prospects?

Great to hear. It seems like he improves each year.

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Any reason for these great numbers? Is he on a stacked team? Playing with other high rated prospects?

Great to hear. It seems like he improves each year.
He's on a good team, although far from a powerhouse. I think we should temper our expectations though similar to how we have with Knight. Don't get me wrong, I love this kid, his will to win is as high as you can ask for and he's an extremely smart, gritty, versatile forward. But when you watch him play the numbers don't quite match the skill level, just like with Knight. I think of him as a pretty safe bet to be a 2nd or 3rd liner for us. I really don't think he's got it in him to be a 1st liner though.

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