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02-03-2013, 04:13 PM
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Interesting,

link to his page if anyone is interested

http://www.facebook.com/TomasTatarOf...ref=ts&fref=ts

The bing translation is pretty funny
My translation:

Call up Detroit. Hard work paid off. It's finally here after a long wait Really looking forward to wearing that dress again.

Damn it someone beat me to it

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02-03-2013, 04:13 PM
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Järnkrok will not play at the National team tournament next week. Sorry if this was mentioned here already earlier, I think it came out a couple of days ago.

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02-03-2013, 04:14 PM
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Järnkrok will not play at the National team tournament next week. Sorry if this was mentioned here already earlier, I think it came out a couple of days ago.
Injury?

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02-03-2013, 04:22 PM
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I guess so. I believe he missed Brynäs' game yesterday as well.

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02-03-2013, 04:34 PM
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Hopefully it's true, our bottom 6 could really use his speed and skill
I wish him luck, he started this season in my hometown for a couple of games and he really helped us. 5+5 in 8 games iirc.

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02-03-2013, 05:01 PM
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I guess so. I believe he missed Brynäs' game yesterday as well.
Undisclosed. His team has also been a complete joke since New Year's. They need to get him rested and ready to go pronto, or they might find themselves out of the playoffs despite something like a 20 point cushion they had.

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Google translate Slovak ( not Czech nor Slovene) to English, not that it adds a lot

on the way to Detroit ... :-)
Tatar called up to the first team Detroit.

For the first time in this shortened season, Tomas Tatar have a chance to play in the NHL. Today, about nine o'clock Central European Time has been called because the first team to Detroit, which should be with the team during the match with Calgary for Tuesday.

We called Thomas to Grand Rapids. more on
Call up Detriot. Tvrda brought their robot. After a long wait I can not wait I'm very happy to wear the jersey again.

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02-03-2013, 05:17 PM
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He better not be scratched on Tuesday...

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02-03-2013, 05:18 PM
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He better not be scratched on Tuesday...
You said it!

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02-04-2013, 12:46 PM
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They practised with these lines:

Franzen - Zeta - Brunner
Filppula - Dats - Tatar
Cleary - AKader - Bertuzzi
Miller - Emmerton - Tootoo

Tatar also practised with 2nd PP unit:

Bertuzzi - Filppula - Tatar
Quincey - White

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02-04-2013, 01:30 PM
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Mrazek named AHL player of the week:

http://theahl.com/mrazek-named-ccm-a...e-week-p181726

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02-04-2013, 01:31 PM
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They practised with these lines:

Franzen - Zeta - Brunner
Filppula - Dats - Tatar

Cleary - AKader - Bertuzzi
Miller - Emmerton - Tootoo

Tatar also practised with 2nd PP unit:

Bertuzzi - Filppula - Tatar
Quincey - White
I really like those two top lines!

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02-04-2013, 01:45 PM
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Mrazek named AHL player of the week:

http://theahl.com/mrazek-named-ccm-a...e-week-p181726
Two griffins in the last three weeks, and not Nyquist or Tatar. Depth.

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02-04-2013, 03:24 PM
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Two griffins in the last three weeks, and not Nyquist or Tatar. Depth.
Absolutely. As someone who complains about prospects spending too long in GR I have no problem giving Nill and Holland credit, they're doing a nice job building solid depth in the minor league system.

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02-04-2013, 03:32 PM
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Absolutely. As someone who complains about prospects spending too long in GR I have no problem giving Nill and Holland credit, they're doing a nice job building solid depth in the minor league system.
Plus with all the winning they are doing now at that level, I think these guys are going to come in with a different confidence level. The last time the Griffins were this good Kopecky, Filppula, Hudler and Kronwall were down there for chunks of time. When they came up they had a different belief than the guys that followed them. Yes they were actually probably better which also explains the winning, but developing on a winning team instead of a just continue improving your own game while taking humbling losses is a much better route to go.

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02-04-2013, 04:11 PM
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Sproul OHL player of the week, he beat out Quine.

http://www.ontariohockeyleague.com/a...of-week/137705

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HF article that briefly hightlights Ouellet

http://www.hockeysfuture.com/article...n-in-the-qmjhl

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02-04-2013, 08:49 PM
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Plus with all the winning they are doing now at that level, I think these guys are going to come in with a different confidence level. The last time the Griffins were this good Kopecky, Filppula, Hudler and Kronwall were down there for chunks of time. When they came up they had a different belief than the guys that followed them. Yes they were actually probably better which also explains the winning, but developing on a winning team instead of a just continue improving your own game while taking humbling losses is a much better route to go.
Well Kronner's had a nice run in Lids' shadow but the bright lights seem to be causing him to shrink. Val Filppula's showing some good signs he's ready to move into Z/Pavs territory, let's see if he can handle that pressure. Kopy and Huds were pretty much told to pound sand.

All this is just a way of saying the over-ripe thing can have it's downsides. And it can be over-rated! Don't forget Ken Holland tried to bury Fil in GR during his rookie season. He ended up having a nice campaign of 10 goals and the following season he was a solid contributor on a Stanley Cup winning team. Some hoodrat named Darren Helm was on that Cup winning team.

Youth will be served, let Babs have what he asks for and worry about the salary cap implications somehwere down the line. Has Val Filppula ever been a tough guy to sign? How about Darren Helm? Winning a Cup should result in the franchise being loyal to that guy, but the guy will also be loyal to that franchise as he achieved his boyhood dreams early on in his pro career.

Just some food for thought...

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02-06-2013, 01:00 PM
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RWC's mid-season ranking:

1. Järnkrok (-)
2. Mrazek (-)
3. Tatar (-)
4. Sheahan (-)
5. Sproul (+1)
6. Jurco (-1)
7. Ouellet (-)
8. Bäckman (+6)
9. Ferraro (-1)
10. Andersson (-1)

Other notables: Lashoff to #11 from not ranked, Marchenko at #15 (+5), Jensen at #20 (-5).

http://www.redwingscentral.com/2013/...eady-for-duty/

Not surprised Bäckman is right up there with Ouellet and Sproul, obviously Håkan's kind words bumped him and Marchenko up the rankings. Athanasiou no higher than #17 is a small surprise, not that there are many guys ahead of him that should be lower.


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02-06-2013, 01:11 PM
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RWC's mid-season ranking:

1. Järnkrok (-)
2. Mrazek (-)
3. Tatar (-)
4. Sheahan (-)
5. Sproul (+1)
6. Jurco (-1)
7. Ouellet (-)
8. Bäckman (+6)
9. Ferraro (-1)
10. Andersson (-1)

Other notables: Lashoff to #11 from not ranked, Marchenko at #15 (+5), Jensen at #20 (-5).

http://www.redwingscentral.com/2013/...eady-for-duty/

Not surprised Bäckman is right up there with Ouellet and Sproul, obviously Håkan's kind words bumped him and Marchenko up the rankings. Athanasiou no higher than #17 is a small surprise, not that there are many guys ahead of him that should be lower.
15. D Alexei Marchenko (+5), CSKA Moscow (KHL), 42-4-5-9-6, even, 45 SOG. The two-way defenseman is expected to sign and play in the AHL next season.

nice to hear,gonna be an amazingly crowded defense in the AHL next year though

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02-06-2013, 03:05 PM
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RWC's mid-season ranking:

1. Järnkrok (-)
2. Mrazek (-)
3. Tatar (-)
4. Sheahan (-)
5. Sproul (+1)
6. Jurco (-1)
7. Ouellet (-)
8. Bäckman (+6)
9. Ferraro (-1)
10. Andersson (-1)
Cant say I agree with Jurco ahead of Ouellet or even Ferraro at this point. Ferraro was a second rounder but is proving he can do something at the pro level. Ouellet is just plain better. Until Jurco does smething with that first round skill set he shouldnt be that high

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02-06-2013, 03:09 PM
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Man, some of our prospect values are just soaring. Ouellet's stock has risen quite rapidly, and Sproul is STILL ahead of him. Aside from that, I think Jurco is too high, Ferraro too low, and Almquist pretty underrated as well. Almquist might not have high-end NHL level tools in him, but I liked what I saw from about 20 games in GR.

edit: I also REALLY don't see how Paterson's stock falls. That's a puzzler.

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02-06-2013, 03:46 PM
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Cant say I agree with Jurco ahead of Ouellet or even Ferraro at this point. Ferraro was a second rounder but is proving he can do something at the pro level. Ouellet is just plain better. Until Jurco does smething with that first round skill set he shouldnt be that high
Agree. For now he's just potential. I kinda like the rest of it, except as always I wouldn't rank a goaltender second, not in a pool like we got.

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What I like about Mrazek is he seems padded wall crazy. As a goalie myself I feel the crazier one is, the better.

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What I like about Mrazek is he seems padded wall crazy. As a goalie myself I feel the crazier one is, the better.
I thought it was a hockey law. The more senial a goalie is, the better he is.

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