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07-11-2006, 06:11 AM
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Development Camp - Day 2

Hey!

It is now 7 oclock, I just woke up and I feel so good and I'm looking straight ahead :
i'm going to the development camp today!

I am going there with a friend of mine. BE sure I will you guys some pictures of the players, and some videos

I'll try do make a report for you guys!

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Hey!

It is now 7 oclock, I just woke up and I feel so good and I'm looking straight ahead :
i'm going to the development camp today!

I am going there with a friend of mine. BE sure I will you guys some pictures of the players, and some videos

I'll try do make a report for you guys!
I'll be there as well!

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is there a list of players at the camp?
is J.T.Wyman there?

thanks.

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Mathieu Aubin, C/AD, Lewiston (LHJMQ)
Mathieu Carle, D, Acadie-Bathurst (LHJMQ)
Cameron Cepek, D, Portland (WHL)
Kyle Chipchura, C, Prince Albert (WHL)
Matthew D’Agostini, AD, Guelph (OHL)
Alex Dulac-Lemelin, D, Baie-Comeau/Acadie-Bathurst (LHJMQ)
David Fischer, D, Apple Valley, Minn (USHSW)
Martin Fréchette, D, Gatineau (LHJMQ)
Jon Gleed, D, Cornell (ECAC)
Oskari Korpikari, D, Karpat (Finlande)
Sergei Kostitsyn, D, London (OHL)
Loïc Lacasse, G, Baie-Comeau/Drummondville (LHJMQ)
Guillaume Latendresse, AG, Drummondville (LHJMQ)
Benjamin Maxwell, C, Kootenay (WHL)
Juraj Mikus, AD, Skalica (Slovaquie)
Ryan O’Byrne, Cornell, D, (ECAC)
Philippe Paquet, D, Clarkson (NCAA)
Carey Price, G, Tri-City (WHL)
Gregory Stewart, AG, Peterborough (OHL)
Ryan White, C/AD, Calgary (WHL)
James Wyman, C, Dartmouth Coll.

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I wish I could go.

Stupid work.

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Look and you shall find:

http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=268458

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Would someone keep on eye to Ozzy Korpikari ... will he be able to stick there? My other favourite team is going to miss him if he decides to go overseas.

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is there a list of players at the camp?
is J.T.Wyman there?

thanks.
One would assume that James Wyman is JT Wyman

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Would someone keep on eye to Ozzy Korpikari ... will he be able to stick there? My other favourite team is going to miss him if he decides to go overseas.
You seem to have seen Korpikari play quite a few times...do you have any info on him?

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I'll be there too. I'm wearing a black t-shirt with grey collar and black track pants if you want to say Hi. I'm a big guy with brown hair and glasses, wearing a red Canadiens For the Kids wristband.

Oh and Chipchura and Latendresse won't be there today. They arrive Wednesday (tomorrow).

I'll write something up for y'all when I get back.

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I'll be there too !!! I'll be with black cap , white and blue t-shirt , blue jeans !!

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With all you kids going to camp today, I expect all of you to behave and make daddy proud.




(ok just make sure atleast one of you gives us some kind of report like Whitesnake made yesterday... )

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WOW, 4 posters overthere for today

Now, I'm a happy Habs Fan!

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La Presse is reporting today that Grabovsky has signed his contract too late to get a visa to come here and attend to development camp. He'll be there for the prospect tournament latter this summer.

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You seem to have seen Korpikari play quite a few times...do you have any info on him?
Hes been turning it around slow but steady. Last season he had a role of physical dman with little opportunities to show his other skills because his team Kärpät was again stacked with defensive talent. He managed to have a full season, all 56 regular season games plus 11 playoffs games, without major injuries proving himself as rugged player.

If he stayed here his role would no doubt change - with Lasse Kukkonen getting another try with Chicago, Ari Vallin going to Miami and Mikko Lehtonen to Nashville. That would be three of our top four defenders - leaving us only with other Habs pick Ilkka Mikkola here - so Oulu would not be a bad place for his development either.

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La Presse is reporting today that Grabovsky has signed his contract too late to get a visa to come here and attend to development camp. He'll be there for the prospect tournament latter this summer.
Well, as long as he's here to help us kick the Leafs' prospects' butts, then its all good.

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Hes been turning it around slow but steady. Last season he had a role of physical dman with little opportunities to show his other skills because his team Kärpät was again stacked with defensive talent. He managed to have a full season, all 56 regular season games plus 11 playoffs games, without major injuries proving himself as rugged player.

If he stayed here his role would no doubt change - with Lasse Kukkonen getting another try with Chicago, Ari Vallin going to Miami and Mikko Lehtonen to Nashville. That would be three of our top four defenders - leaving us only with other Habs pick Ilkka Mikkola here - so Oulu would not be a bad place for his development either.
So it's either Hamilton or Oulu. Both place would be good for him because Hamilton have a really poor defence right now...and I don't think that the Habs really want to sign him now.

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But .. where is the arena ??? i can't find map

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But .. where is the arena ??? i can't find map
Go to mapquest

Find directions from your house to Martin Lapointe Arena in Lachine

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Ait !! I've find !

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I'll be there too !!! I'll be with black cap , white and blue t-shirt , blue jeans !!
Just go there naked.

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Just go there naked.
You might want to bring at least one sock. It's cold in there.

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Would someone keep on eye to Ozzy Korpikari ... will he be able to stick there? My other favourite team is going to miss him if he decides to go overseas.
Your living in Finland ?

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You might want to bring at least one sock. It's cold in there.
Good one RTL.

It's this <-------------------------> cold in there, without a sock.

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Here's my much small report for today's practise.

A quick resume is that it was much much much funnier than yesterday, puck control, skating drills, bungee cord 1 on 1, guys flying around, falling down......

The only quick resume I could give you is:

1- I was drunk yesterday 'cause Kosty is nowhere near the smallest guy in the arena, Ryan White though and Maxwell and Mikus wins the trophy but White comes on top.....

2- Talking about White, I believe he had the most difficult time out there. You see he ain't a natural skater and had troubled handling the puck as well. Another guy that seems to have fun though. And Maxwell owned him at the bungee cord 1 on 1 thing. One player is attached to a bungee cord to another and they all go in the opposite direction, obviously it comes to who's stronger 'cause if you don't have a good grip you'll end up falling or being pulled by the other guy. I probably don't explain it the right way so if somebody could do the translate job for me.....And White doesn't appear to me as having a great shot, and great puck handling skills.

3- At the same exercise, the funnier and most interesting battle was between O'Byrne and Gleed. O'Byrne nailed Gleed the first time, something that really looked like an uneven battle. Well, they did it again, and Gleed owned O'Byrne so hard, O'Byrne fell down hard and Gleed had fun skating with O'Byrne on his back....

4- I don't think it was Price greatest day. There was some scrimmages where there's 3 guys fighting for a puck, everyone for himself, 2 goalies, you shoot wherever you want, 2 nets were along the boards inside a blue line. Anyway, Price got owned badly by....O'Byrne! Made 2 incredible stops though on somebody else. It wasn't a bad day but not a great one either. Didn't look at Lacasse that much.

5- I had my sheets with me with pictures and all so I know who's who. I still have a hard time finding Wyman on the ice. Don't see Mikus that much either.

6- I found that Fischer had a lot of trouble controlling the puck today. Didn't have the greatest puck handling day going for him.

7- Is it me or Jon Gleed just looks like he could be a good player. Doesn't do anything exceptionnally well, but just seems to have some kind of presence about him.

8- We do have a Traverse look-a-like, Paquet is the one, again was a little bit more satisfied with his day today, had some great exercises going for him. He's his look-a-like face wise but I would like to hear the others as far as his play is concerned.


9- Impressed by Maxwell nifty moves, Korpikari again is like somebody you don't notice too much. Doesn't mean he's bad nor great but he's just doing his thing. For him, I'm just waiting for some 1 on 1, he impressed the hell out of me last year.

10- I just have a hockey man crush on O'Byrne, skates well, great passes, obviously looks like a man amongst boys.

The whole management was there, the only guy I didn't see was Timmins, but Gainey, Carbo, Jarvis, Melanson, Gingras were all there.

There was much more people than yesterday, I guess it's true that some HF boards people were there.

By the way, I was gone when some described themselves so I have no idea who's who, but I was close to where the guys were entering the ice, blue polar shirt, blue jeans and sheets on my hand with photos.

Anyway when I'll think about something else, I'll come back.


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I hope a good report today(or 4)

I think tomorrow I take my bike at 3am and I go there!

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