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02-21-2013, 07:22 PM
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So... so far in his first goals in the NHL...
He's got an EN, an ES, a SO and a SH right?

So if he can get his next goal on PP... I wonder how often that has happened to get one of each type as each of your first goals in the league?

Only other one would be if you want to count as PS as a different type of goal from SO... would make it tougher and I don't think he's got the speed to generate a call that'd result in him to get one.

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02-21-2013, 07:29 PM
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Makes me excited(if he ever plays a game) to see what petersson's release is like at the NHL level considering dorion said it was better then silfverbergs.

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02-21-2013, 07:32 PM
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Silfverberg gogoogo!

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Makes me excited(if he ever plays a game) to see what petersson's release is like at the NHL level considering dorion said it was better then silfverbergs.
I've seen both. It's not better than Silfverberg's, but it's nice. Petersson is a longshot to make the NHL though.

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So... so far in his first goals in the NHL...
He's got an EN, an ES, a SO and a SH right?

So if he can get his next goal on PP... I wonder how often that has happened to get one of each type as each of your first goals in the league?

Only other one would be if you want to count as PS as a different type of goal from SO... would make it tougher and I don't think he's got the speed to generate a call that'd result in him to get one.
No empty net goals. Breakaway against Price, Quick release against Theodore, and Shootout vs Marty

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02-21-2013, 08:31 PM
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No empty net goals. Breakaway against Price, Quick release against Theodore, and Shootout vs Marty
Oh right. I forgot that Price technically was standing on the ice for that goal (just had stopped playing at that point).
Oh well.

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02-21-2013, 09:32 PM
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So... so far in his first goals in the NHL...
He's got an EN, an ES, a SO and a SH right?

So if he can get his next goal on PP... I wonder how often that has happened to get one of each type as each of your first goals in the league?

Only other one would be if you want to count as PS as a different type of goal from SO... would make it tougher and I don't think he's got the speed to generate a call that'd result in him to get one.
  • Goal 1: Against FLA (Even Strength)
  • Goal 2: Against MTL (Power Play)
  • Goal 2.5: Against NJD (Shootout)
  • Goal 3: Against NYR (Short Handed)
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02-21-2013, 09:36 PM
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Hhe was clearly our best forward tonight and seems to thrive when he feels he needs to be the go to guy. I like it. He is improving with each passing game which is all you can ask for out of a young player.

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02-21-2013, 09:41 PM
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He's looking a lot more comfortable out there, has noticeable chemistry with Alfie and Turris.

Starting to show the potential, hopefully he keeps it up.

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Oh ah Silfverberg! I remember some people were complaining about him after a few games. Patience is key with this guy...as he gets more comfortable in the league he gets better and better. He will be a star.

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Getting better every game.
Exactly ... it's a slow process & these guys are getting better every game. This could really help Silfverberg, Zibanejad & the Bingo guys like Grant, Gryba, DD & Wiercioch, they are getting opportunities that they wouldn't have gotten & showing they can do it at this level.

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Exactly ... it's a slow process & these guys are getting better every game. This could really help Silfverberg, Zibanejad & the Bingo guys like Grant, Gryba, DD & Wiercioch, they are getting opportunities that they wouldn't have gotten & showing they can do it at this level.
Everybody said 'just give Silfverberg some time' and it's looking that's pretty much exactly how he's working. The other guys have come in and looked pretty solid from the get go - I didn't say anything about it in the GDT but Wiercioch made a couple outlet passes tonight that we'd have just about killed for in the pre-Karlsson era. I see what people see in him.

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Everybody said 'just give Silfverberg some time' and it's looking that's pretty much exactly how he's working. The other guys have come in and looked pretty solid from the get go - I didn't say anything about it in the GDT but Wiercioch made a couple outlet passes tonight that we'd have just about killed for in the pre-Karlsson era. I see what people see in him.
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Someone doesn't remember Redden in his prime.

Best breakout pass in the NHL.
Mez and Corvo were pretty good at it too.

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He's looking a lot more comfortable out there, has noticeable chemistry with Alfie and Turris.
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Did you post this exact comment under the TSN article on the game? I want fresh material there.

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Someone doesn't remember Redden in his prime.

Best breakout pass in the NHL.
Well, I mean the immediate pre-Karlsson era, when we got hemmed in our zone for minutes at a time because none of the D could pass.

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Meh Corvo was more is a puck carrier than a disher. Mez was overrated.

Redden was definitely awesome though.

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Silfverberg gogoogo!



I've seen both. It's not better than Silfverberg's, but it's nice. Petersson is a longshot to make the NHL though.
Yeah, i don't see him making the big show either...but a game or two, maybe.

I was talking to dorion in the summer, and mentioned how HFboards were arguing over who had a better shot between the two, and dorion said "you can tell your friends on hfboards, petersson, hands down" but then went on to say that silfverberg will be a great player for us and that petersson needs to train more like turris/weircioch were at the time if he wants to make the jump...But don't shoot the messenger...these are the words of pierre.

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Yeah, i don't see him making the big show either...but a game or two, maybe.

I was talking to dorion in the summer, and mentioned how HFboards were arguing over who had a better shot between the two, and dorion said "you can tell your friends on hfboards, petersson, hands down" but then went on to say that silfverberg will be a great player for us and that petersson needs to train more like turris/weircioch were at the time if he wants to make the jump...But don't shoot the messenger...these are the words of pierre.
That's pretty interesting. Cool that you go to discuss that with him. Maybe he's shown something in practice that I haven't seen in games? All I know is I've only ever seen one other player with the kind of release that Silfverberg has in a game situation and that's Semin.

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Petersson can get his shot off in more adverse positions than Silf. Silf needs that little bit of open ice, which is why he gets much better when he gets comfortable with the league and can find that open ice. Petersson gets his shot off even when the pass is behind him and he's shooting off his back foot while getting checked.

That's why IMO Petersson has the best shot in the organization. I'm not saying he's a better prospect, but he has a better shot.

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As I said, the more Silfverberg absorbs this game, the more he dominates it. He is a star in the making.

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He was unbelievable tonight. His style really reminds me of Ryan Kesler, offensively at least. He's big, can skate, and has wicked wrist shot.

He's definitely a budding star. Nice find, the late Swedes always seem to pan out.

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Yeah, i don't see him making the big show either...but a game or two, maybe.

I was talking to dorion in the summer, and mentioned how HFboards were arguing over who had a better shot between the two, and dorion said "you can tell your friends on hfboards, petersson, hands down" but then went on to say that silfverberg will be a great player for us and that petersson needs to train more like turris/weircioch were at the time if he wants to make the jump...But don't shoot the messenger...these are the words of pierre.
Andre size < benefits Silfy..other then that, Petersson has a wicked wrister but Silfy is the overall better player..

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Andre size < benefits Silfy..other then that, Petersson has a wicked wrister but Silfy is the overall better player..
No doubt about that.

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