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03-02-2013, 10:07 AM
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Oakville 6 STA 0

Oakville continues their dominate play maybe peaking at the right time.
Did u watch it? Can u tell us more? Thanks. I was eager to see this but couldnt make it this morning. Marlboros are also peaking right now, the addition of underage 98 born Mikey Mcleod is huge for the Marlies depth and talent and makes them more dangerous for the OHL cup. I think if Mcleod was a 97 birth year, he be Top 10 for sure. The young gun dominated game 1 against JRC. Its nice to see Oakville coming together now after winning the Petes tourney, they have so much talent. I like Andrew Burns on Oakville, more and more.

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Did u watch it? Can u tell us more? Thanks. I was eager to see this but couldnt make it this morning. Marlboros are also peaking right now, the addition of underage 98 born Mikey Mcleod is huge for the Marlies depth and talent and makes them more dangerous for the OHL cup. I think if Mcleod was a 97 birth year, he be Top 10 for sure. The young gun dominated game 1 against JRC. Its nice to see Oakville coming together now after winning the Petes tourney, they have so much talent. I like Andrew Burns on Oakville, more and more.
Mcleod is a top 98 no doubt. Oakville had a 4-0 lead to start the 3rd clearly the best team on the ice. Burns can easily be 1 or 2 D-man on many teams including STA but I think Spencer, Capo and Henley are clealry top 3.

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Thanks. Did u catch the Buffalo Regals game(s)? Danny Tyczynski is an under-rated player, he has good playmaking skills. 6-1, 160.

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Who are some prospects to watch at the OHL cup from
Don Mills
Toronto Red Wings
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Is there any highly ranked players that are tough players, I mean fighters that can skate, score and pass? Not just goons, but guys with tons of character? As a bulls fan, I would like to see more character rookies next year, future captain types.

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Is there any highly ranked players that are tough players, I mean fighters that can skate, score and pass? Not just goons, but guys with tons of character? As a bulls fan, I would like to see more character rookies next year, future captain types.
Bushnell from the Sun County Panthers is tough. Don't know much else about his game. Seems like he will be a 3rd/4th rounder.

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Who are some prospects to watch at the OHL cup from
Don Mills
Toronto Red Wings
Ottawa Senators
Don mills flyers -
Mitch marner
Matthew mcconnach
Liam dunda
Isaak lacobucci

Toronto red wings

Jeremy helvig
Jake avidan
Jesse saban
Robert monti
Michael vitro
Nicholas vitali

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Krys myllari
Brandon zullo
Ian Johnston
Zachery senyshyn

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Is there any highly ranked players that are tough players, I mean fighters that can skate, score and pass? Not just goons, but guys with tons of character? As a bulls fan, I would like to see more character rookies next year, future captain types.
Noah Bushnell Sun county has fought this year vs Kitchener's Alex Black. Also Mike Baird of the Southern Tier Admirals has also fought this year. Baird hits everything in sight and has excellent skating ability. Baird would suit the Yardman Arena.

I get the impression that Adrian Carbonara and Sam Hunter from the Mississauga Senators will also fight. Carbonara is a good forechecker. Hunter is a Dman. Both are 2 of the bigger kids in the age group/


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03-02-2013, 08:50 PM
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Wouldn't mind seeing the Petes taking a tougher/bigger kid this year a they lose Derek Mathers after this season and will need someone who can keep everybody in check.

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Noah Bushnell Sun county has fought this year vs Kitchener's Alex Black. Also Mike Baird of the Southern Tier Admirals has also fought this year. Baird hits everything in sight and has excellent skating ability. Baird would suit the Yardman Arena.

I get the impression that Adrian Carbonara and Sam Hunter from the Mississauga Senators will also fight. Carbonara is a good forechecker. Hunter is a Dman. Both are 2 of the bigger kids in the age group/
Bushnell would be perfect for Windsor,as mentioned has great size and snarl

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Bushnell would be perfect for Windsor,as mentioned has great size and snarl
I know for a fact Bushnell would love to play for the Spitfires. Its #1 on his list.

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Noah Bushnell Sun county has fought this year vs Kitchener's Alex Black. Also Mike Baird of the Southern Tier Admirals has also fought this year. Baird hits everything in sight and has excellent skating ability. Baird would suit the Yardman Arena.

I get the impression that Adrian Carbonara and Sam Hunter from the Mississauga Senators will also fight. Carbonara is a good forechecker. Hunter is a Dman. Both are 2 of the bigger kids in the age group/
Love the insight, exactly the answers i was looking for. Thanks mapleleaf

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I know for a fact Bushnell would love to play for the Spitfires. Its #1 on his list.
Who else is on his list?!

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03-02-2013, 10:04 PM
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Where is Bushnell rated to actually go? There has been different reports out there. I can see a team stepping up to grab him in the 2nd, his style of play should be in demand.

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Where is Bushnell rated to actually go? There has been different reports out there. I can see a team stepping up to grab him in the 2nd, his style of play should be in demand.
Id say 3rd round. I wouldnt be shocked to see him go in the late second round though, like u suggest. He plays a physical OHL style right now and should be able to step in next year.

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Here's a odd question, is there any players for the draft that have family connections to past or present pro players? Just curious.

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Here's a odd question, is there any players for the draft that have family connections to past or present pro players? Just curious.
Just off the top of my head, dylan strome of the toronto marlboros is a top talent. His brother is Ryan strome 4th overall pick of the islanders in the 2011 nhl draft.

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Thanks. Did u catch the Buffalo Regals game(s)? Danny Tyczynski is an under-rated player, he has good playmaking skills. 6-1, 160.
He played good, still hurt i could see him taking off a wrist brace and in pain. I was told buffalo had no practices and he jumped right into games.

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He played good, still hurt i could see him taking off a wrist brace and in pain. I was told buffalo had no practices and he jumped right into games.
Thanks for that, appreciate it.

On a separate note. Toronto Marlboros won the GTHL championship, clinching with a 6-1 win. Id love to see an Oakville vs Marlboros OHL cup championship.

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Thanks for that, appreciate it.

On a separate note. Toronto Marlboros won the GTHL championship, clinching with a 6-1 win. Id love to see an Oakville vs Marlboros OHL cup championship.
Those two teams as of right now would have to be considered favourites right?

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Those two teams as of right now would have to be considered favourites right?
Just wondering if anybody has a list of top ten goaltenders . Living in the North I`ve only had the opportunity to see local talents like Lachance and Culina.

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Sorry if It`s off-topic. Just hoping for some info from insiders

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Bit off topic here......

I'm following the Barrie/Central Ontario series and I've noticed that in a best of 5 series they had a tie game. How exactly is this possible? If a series goes 2 wins each with a tie game does it come down to goals for/against? If that's the case...hypothetically what if every game in a series was a tie?

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Bit off topic here......

I'm following the Barrie/Central Ontario series and I've noticed that in a best of 5 series they had a tie game. How exactly is this possible? If a series goes 2 wins each with a tie game does it come down to goals for/against? If that's the case...hypothetically what if every game in a series was a tie?
Believe series based on six points.

Limit curfew time allowed for OT if not settled game ends in tie unless game six no curfew if OT is required someone must win.

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SU 3/3/2013 2:45 PM Brampton 45s vs Southern Tier Admirals -Mohawk 4 Pad - Cogeco
SU 3/3/2013 4:45 PM Oakville Rangers vs Halton Hurricanes -Mohawk 4 Pad - Cogeco

Any predictions?

I'm going with Brampton and Oakville.

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