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Players in the Doghouse/Healthy Scratches Ongoing Thread (Goligoski)

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02-06-2013, 02:20 PM
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Galiardi is being scratched for Burish which makes no sense and then one of Braun/Irwin/Demers will always sit out because of Murray which makes even less sense.

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Joe Corvo was a healthy scratch for the past two games.

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Joe Corvo was a healthy scratch for the past two games.
I'm amazed (based largely on Canes fans reactions!) that he wasn't scratched sooner!

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Yea, hoping some Stars fans chime in here. Looked his stats up, they didn't seem abysmal. What gives?
He's an offensive defenseman who should be a steady second pairing guy who the Stars have tried to mold into a top pairing defenseman. He's not capable of that and as a result his confidence is shot. It's now to the point where his not even a reliable third pairing player. The Stars need to stop looking at him to anchor the entire defense. It would also help if they got him someone better than Robidas as his D partner.

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Galiardi is being scratched for Burish which makes no sense and then one of Braun/Irwin/Demers will always sit out because of Murray which makes even less sense.
Hasn't Galiardi mostly played on the 3rd line? After last night's game against the Hawks, I think he's been supplanted by Sheppard, for now anyway.

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Sure, if you take on his entire contract.
I would love that!!..to bad it won't happen..

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I would love that!!..to bad it won't happen..
glad you're not the gm

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Ducks scratched Tony Lydman one game but that was mostly because he was on back to back and coaching staff wanted to protect his shoulder since it gave him so many problems last year.

However, if anyone is in the doghouse, its Allen, he has been a fairly big disappointment.

Boudreau seems committed to playing young guys including Vaatanen and Lindholm, so i think a vet will be moved by the ducks before the deadline. I would prefer Allen over Lydman at this point, but I'm guessing they won't resign Lydman after this season.

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Ducks scratched Tony Lydman one game but that was mostly because he was on back to back and coaching staff wanted to protect his shoulder since it gave him so many problems last year.

However, if anyone is in the doghouse, its Allen, he has been a fairly big disappointment.

Boudreau seems committed to playing young guys including Vaatanen and Lindholm, so i think a vet will be moved by the ducks before the deadline. I would prefer Allen over Lydman at this point, but I'm guessing they won't resign Lydman after this season.

Man do I wish Boudreau was our coach.

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02-06-2013, 03:33 PM
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Komi ..
No idea why he has played really good every time he is in for us....

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If MacArthur has another bad game, he'll likely be given fourth line duty. He's already been bumped down to third.

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Man do I wish Boudreau was our coach.
Yeah you guys sure have it tough, being second in the league and all.

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02-06-2013, 03:45 PM
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Would Goligoski be a fit with the NYR?

What would it take to get him from Dallas?
He has a bad contract that runs until 2016 for 4.6M cap hit.
Ouch.

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Simon Gagne was a healthy scratch a 2 games for LA but now Penner is back in the dog house and Gagne is back in. Neither have scored a goal yet, but Simon has some assists.

Seems like this year is the year of legit NHL'ers in the press box.

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Wild have three players in the doghouse right now.

Granlund
Setoguchi
Heatley (to a lesser extent)

Granlund won't be moved. It would be stupid to move Seto now when his value is so low and I don't think giving him crap line mates and less ice time is going to help him snap out of this slump. Heatley is demoted to the second line where he belongs but I doubt anyone wants him anyway.

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02-06-2013, 05:29 PM
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DSP got sent down as Staubitz gives a lot more effort.

Perry should be benched a game to send a message about his distracted/uninterested play, but that won't happen while Anaheim is winning and while he's an upcoming UFA they want to keep...

Then again all he needs is a 2/3 goal game and it'll probably re-spark him.

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02-06-2013, 07:26 PM
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Seto for Gogo?

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Lars Eller is in the doghouse.
He was. He's not anymore. There's just no room for him.

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The SAME Yannick Weber that was offered all summer on these threads as trade bait that every other team in the NHL should be damn glad to trade for?? /sarc.

MTL has a great defense.

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Jaden Schwartz has been a healthy scratch, mostly just because we have too many wingers and not enough spots. Him, D'Agostini, Reaves and Langenbrunner have been rotating in and out of the lineup
Why not send Schwartz down to Peoria so that he can get ice time?

As for Ryan Whitney, how did he fall so far down the depth chart?

Another doghouse example where I am: Henrik Tallinder; he was recently a healthy scratch the game after he made a critical mistake.

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Goligoski played well immediately after the trade during the 2010-11 season. It's been all downhill from there.

Now he looks almost as lost as Niskanen did before he got sent out in that same trade.
wow crazy, what goes on in Dallas that they kill young D-men?!

Nisk after a rocky start (new team & system) after the trade has been abs. spectacular for the pens and was up in our top 4!

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I'm amazed (based largely on Canes fans reactions!) that he wasn't scratched sooner!
Yeah he definitely wasn't in game shape physically to start the season, and his puckhandling in his own zone usually leads to a blatant turnover. Glad a young guy who needs NHL ice time to develop in Sanguinetti is getting the nod ahead of him.

It's a mystery to me as to why Jim Rutherford signed him in the first place.

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Boudreau seems committed to playing young guys including Vaatanen and Lindholm, so i think a vet will be moved by the ducks before the deadline. I would prefer Allen over Lydman at this point, but I'm guessing they won't resign Lydman after this season.
And then Anaheim goes and acquires another vet, so maybe he's not wanting to play Vatanen and Lindholm.

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No idea why he has played really good every time he is in for us....
He has looked good this year. I still think he'll get bought out in the offseason and pull a Wade Redden.

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DSP got sent down as Staubitz gives a lot more effort.
Ducks seem to have this problem frequently with bringing really young players in, having them impress and then the players coming back the next year with minimal effort/playing entitled: Dan Sexton, Brandon McMillan, now DSP.

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As for Ryan Whitney, how did he fall so far down the depth chart?
Well he was injured for much of last season, when he did come back, the Oilers had other guys on the power play in his place and he complained about losing his spot and was generally negative. Ralph Krueger (Before he was to be Head Coach) called Whitney on it in their post-season meetings and said that he was disappointed in him. Whitney said it hurt to hear that so he wanted to come back with a positive attitude, and it seems like he has, but his game hasn't come with him. He looks slow, indecisive with the puck, and generally just gets lost in his own zone (He lost Jagr in overtime, who went around him and scored the OT winner tonight). I saw one writer (Forget whom) who said he thinks the biggest problem is Krueger wants an uptempo, quick strike team and Whitney is more suited to slowly bringing the puck up and thinking his way through. I could honestly seem him moved as he's an impending UFA, but it would have to be a D-man coming back.

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Yeah you guys sure have it tough, being second in the league and all.
The Sharks win in spite of McLellan. Not because of him.

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I would offer Niskanen and a 2nd if you want him back.
I wouldn't. Niskanen, at this point, is better than Goligoski is...and on a far better contract.

Such a shame to see Gogo fall so badly. When he's not effective offensively he's just not effective period.


And not that he's anywhere near the quality of the names mentioned so far - Eric Tangradi has been in Bylsma's doghouse since he was born. He still hasn't seen the ice since playing what was probably his best game as a Penguin. The guy will never be given a fair shake by Bylsma (same goes for the vast majority of youngsters who don't have the words 'sandpaper' and 'grit' plastered all over their scouting report).

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