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03-06-2013, 01:40 PM
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Bozon had a goal and 2 assists last night:



Throwing the monkey off his back just like Max...

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Bozon had a goal and 2 assists last night:



Throwing the monkey off his back just like Max...
from that replay, he could have had a lot more!

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Does anyone know where Dalton Thrower is at playwise right now? I know he had a rough start to the season.

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Does anyone know where Dalton Thrower is at playwise right now? I know he had a rough start to the season.
He's fine

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Wha?

Since when do Gauthier and Mantha or Zykov play for Drummondville?

Plus, I don't see the benefit of playing on a stacked ine in junior, it just makes players look better than they are and maybe entice them not to work as hard to develop their skills. I'm sure Bozon is working harder for his points on the 2nd line than riding the gravy train with Lipon and Smith early on.
If the Habs draft Gauthier or Zykov they must have a little pull with Carbo being the owner in Drummondville.Carbo could arrange trades so these players can play and gain confidence as a unit in the QMJHL.Preparing them earlier for the AHL/NHL.

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03-07-2013, 11:14 AM
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If the Habs draft Gauthier or Zykov they must have a little pull with Carbo being the owner in Drummondville.Carbo could arrange trades so these players can play and gain confidence as a unit in the QMJHL.Preparing them earlier for the AHL/NHL.
He's part owner in Chicoutimi, so your theory would work with Hudon.

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Danny Kristo Highlights 2012-2013

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I love Zykov.

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Nice video!

I feel that a lot of people around here (and journalists following the Habs) write Kristo off way too quickly. He has the skill to become a top 6 forward and after this year, he'll be way more mature than all the prospects we have in Hamilton IMO. Should start in the AHL, but definately will be close to the NHL next year.

He's one prospect I'm really excited to see with the Habs

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Nice video!

I feel that a lot of people around here (and journalists following the Habs) write Kristo off way too quickly. He has the skill to become a top 6 forward and after this year, he'll be way more mature than all the prospects we have in Hamilton IMO. Should start in the AHL, but definately will be close to the NHL next year.

He's one prospect I'm really excited to see with the Habs
True. Media (especially RDS) have a tendancy to brush away NCAA prospects. I remember the guy at ''5 à 7'' laughing at the Pateryn signing because he was no good and probably a bust. They were wrong

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My only concern would be a good problem.

If Kristo and Collberg make it to join Gallagher.

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True. Media (especially RDS) have a tendancy to brush away NCAA prospects. I remember the guy at ''5 à 7'' laughing at the Pateryn signing because he was no good and probably a bust. They were wrong
They are not a reference...

Pateryn is actually the most NHL ready of all our young d-men in Hamilton (except St-Denis who is older).

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03-07-2013, 04:45 PM
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Last draft was a good one and Timmins deserves some praise for it....

But he should had looked in our Q backyard a bit more.

Hudon could be a fine NHL player down the road, bur Zlobin (Shawinigan back then) and Cedric Paquette (in BB) could had been great options instead of Brady Vail and Nystrom (another small D-man).

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Last draft was a good one and Timmins deserves some praise for it....

But he should had looked in our Q backyard a bit more.

Hudon could be a fine NHL player down the road, bur Zlobin (Shawinigan back then) and Cedric Paquette (in BB) could had been great options instead of Brady Vail and Nystrom (another small D-man).
Vail is promising for a role player and Nystrom is a forward. And in the 7th round, I'll trust our scouts to make a pick, anyways it's not likely that pick will ever pan out.

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Hudon could be a fine NHL player down the road, bur Zlobin (Shawinigan back then) and Cedric Paquette (in BB) could had been great options instead of Brady Vail and Nystrom (another small D-man).
Isn't it kinda early to be complaining about late round prospects with moderate to low upside who have a very low chance of making the NHL? I mean we're not even a year removed from the draft... Sure I had my preferences on who I wanted to draft (Nystrom over Zlobin was one I didn't like), but Nystrom's had a pretty solid year in the Allsvenskan.

Also, the only small defenceman we draft last year was Thrower. Nystrom is a winger.

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Isn't it kinda early to be complaining about late round prospects with moderate to low upside who have a very low chance of making the NHL? I mean we're not even a year removed from the draft... Sure I had my preferences on who I wanted to draft (Nystrom over Zlobin was one I didn't like), but Nystrom's had a pretty solid year in the Allsvenskan.

Also, the only small defenceman we draft last year was Thrower. Nystrom is a winger.
Sorry, I was thinking Nygrin.

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Vail is promising for a role player and Nystrom is a forward. And in the 7th round, I'll trust our scouts to make a pick, anyways it's not likely that pick will ever pan out.
Why not ? Markov, Ryder and guys like Luc Robitaille are all pretty late draft picks.(and the list can go on) Every round, and every pick is important.

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03-07-2013, 05:44 PM
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Sorry, I was thinking Nygrin.
Who is 6'1 190

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03-07-2013, 05:45 PM
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Isn't it kinda early to be complaining about late round prospects with moderate to low upside who have a very low chance of making the NHL? I mean we're not even a year removed from the draft... Sure I had my preferences on who I wanted to draft (Nystrom over Zlobin was one I didn't like), but Nystrom's had a pretty solid year in the Allsvenskan.

Also, the only small defenceman we draft last year was Thrower. Nystrom is a winger.
Don't waste your breath. Some users just don't get it.

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03-07-2013, 06:27 PM
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Why not ? Markov, Ryder and guys like Luc Robitaille are all pretty late draft picks.(and the list can go on) Every round, and every pick is important.
He said not likely and he is right.

I just looked at the 2003-2008 4-7 round picks for tow Habs.I count 5 of 24 players who are productive: Halak, Streit, Grabovski, D'agostini, and S. Kostitsyn... That is a .209 batting average and .291 slugging percentage. Good to have, but not a huge deal.

In contrast, for the 1st rounders in the period, the batting average is .833 and the slugging percentage is 2.167.

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He's part owner in Chicoutimi, so your theory would work with Hudon.
Carbo is not owner of the Sags anymore, it's Pierre-Marc Bouchard.

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They are not a reference...

Pateryn is actually the most NHL ready of all our young d-men in Hamilton (except St-Denis who is older).
Disagreed. Tinordi is.

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Carbo is not owner of the Sags anymore, it's Pierre-Marc Bouchard.
The Minnesota player? Odd.

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The Minnesota player? Odd.
He played there in his junior days and had success

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A goal and 2 assists (+3) for Vail tonight, while playing C in a 6-4 win.

He's a bad pick because he's not a Québécois though.

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