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04-10-2013, 10:49 PM
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04-10-2013, 11:14 PM
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I personally can't get past 5'8 170. Now if he comes to the combine and measures 5'11 or so, then he gets interesting

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04-13-2013, 10:58 AM
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If the Bruin take anyone of Domi , Zadorov or Bowie Horvat off the Knights they will get a top end prospect. Domi isn't that big height wise but is like a tank on skates. Skill wise he has it all and will go anywhere to score goals. He is like a Jack Russell Terrier. Tie's son only difference he has hockey sense. Watched him in a midget tournament a couple of years back. Best forward in the tournament. Arguably one of the best in the OHL as we speak. Horvat was 200 pound coming in from midget. A real thick player with top end skill that fits the mold of a Bruin. Zadorov is a big skilled 6'5" D man with a bit of a mean streak when it comes to hitting. Knocks the wind out of opponents and puts some out of games. Can score from the back end also.

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04-13-2013, 01:31 PM
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Value of Drafting Jordan Subban

I know he probably won't be as good as his brothers and is getting a bit over-hyped but would it be a bad idea considering we already have Malcolm. Maybe in a few years once PK matures you could entice him to play with his brothers.

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04-13-2013, 01:37 PM
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I know he probably won't be as good as his brothers and is getting a bit over-hyped but would it be a bad idea considering we already have Malcolm. Maybe in a few years once PK matures you could entice him to play with his brothers.
Cannot draft kids according to sentimental value. I think he is projected a second rounder in a deep draft. He gets rated and taken like everyone else. If he is good value at where we pick...Then sure, why not. Can never have too many young dmen with upside.

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04-13-2013, 01:39 PM
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I know he probably won't be as good as his brothers and is getting a bit over-hyped but would it be a bad idea considering we already have Malcolm. Maybe in a few years once PK matures you could entice him to play with his brothers.
PK is not leaving Montreal, he loves it and wants to be a Habs

Jordan would probably have to be picked with our 1st, id pass

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04-13-2013, 01:56 PM
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I know he probably won't be as good as his brothers and is getting a bit over-hyped but would it be a bad idea considering we already have Malcolm. Maybe in a few years once PK matures you could entice him to play with his brothers.
omg


pk subban is so unbruin it's not even funny

the only worry I have now is that his brother might have some of the same attitude

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04-13-2013, 02:27 PM
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pk subban is so unbruin it's not even funny

the only worry I have now is that his brother might have some of the same attitude
Well, I bet two weeks ago everyone would have said JAGR was so "unBruin" its not even funny...I gotta believe talent and need would make anyone a Bruin if the price and value were right. The way he is playing now any team would I am sure take PK.

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04-13-2013, 02:40 PM
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pk subban is so unbruin it's not even funny

the only worry I have now is that his brother might have some of the same attitude
you have probly never even seen Malcom to make that asinine statement, really what make you say that, Malcom is a very very humble person, hard working and a great kid but he is Pk's Brother You know nothing about the kid but will make a remark about his attitude.

If you going to come in and post negate stuff about Malcom why don't you read an article or watch his draft video before you start whatever you are trying to accomplish, What makes you see somthing bad about PK then go well I ought to post somthing bad about someone I have never even heard of other than seeing his name on the Prospects scroll.

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Cannot draft kids according to sentimental value. I think he is projected a second rounder in a deep draft. He gets rated and taken like everyone else. If he is good value at where we pick...Then sure, why not. Can never have too many young dmen with upside.
I wouldn't put it past the Bruins. Daniel Ryder? Chris Bourque?

This team would move him up a couple spots on the draft if it meant developing a puck-moving defenseman who would be playing in front of his older brother in 4-5 years.

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you have probly never even seen Malcom to make that asinine statement, really what make you say that, Malcom is a very very humble person, hard working and a great kid but he is Pk's Brother You know nothing about the kid but will make a remark about his attitude.

If you going to come in and post negate stuff about Malcom why don't you read an article or watch his draft video before you start whatever you are trying to accomplish, What makes you see somthing bad about PK then go well I ought to post somthing bad about someone I have never even heard of other than seeing his name on the Prospects scroll.
Pretty sure he means Jordan, who is also a dman.

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04-13-2013, 08:05 PM
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I wouldn't put it past the Bruins. Daniel Ryder? Chris Bourque?

This team would move him up a couple spots on the draft if it meant developing a puck-moving defenseman who would be playing in front of his older brother in 4-5 years.
Players they didn't draft, rather picked up late in their career as AHL talents, Huge difference

Bruins won't pick Jordan for sentimental reasons. I would be surprised if they went for him in the first round, in the unlikely situation where the Bruins have a first round pick.

If he drops to the end of the second round he would be an interesting player, even with his diminutive stature

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04-14-2013, 04:03 PM
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Jordan Subban is a smaller version of PK as far as hockey style goes. I watched him in midget and he was always in the offensive end even standing in front waiting for passes. Smart player in junior but small.

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Final CS rankings are out

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04-24-2013, 10:22 AM
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NY Post Page Six reports that Jay-Z is interested in representing Seth Jones, son of #Nets Popeye Jones who's likely #1 pick in NHL draft.

First Cano and possibly Jones. Mr. Carter is getting some nice clientele.

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04-24-2013, 01:14 PM
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NY Post Page Six reports that Jay-Z is interested in representing Seth Jones, son of #Nets Popeye Jones who's likely #1 pick in NHL draft.

First Cano and possibly Jones. Mr. Carter is getting some nice clientele.
Shaun I heard about Jay-Z's newest endeavor. Do you know if he himself is doing the representation or is he just heading the sports agency?

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04-24-2013, 01:49 PM
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When I think hockey the first name that comes to mind is Jay-Z

Wonder if he would try to make sure his client doesn't end up someplace like Calgary. Would potentially limit his off ice earning power, and Jay-Z is certainly not getting into this for the commission on an NHL entry level contract

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I'd really enjoy seeing the Bruins trade up in the first round (if they still have the pick, of course). It's been a few weeks since I've watched any junior hockey but still like Drouin a lot.

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04-26-2013, 11:21 AM
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I'd really enjoy seeing the Bruins trade up in the first round (if they still have the pick, of course). It's been a few weeks since I've watched any junior hockey but still like Drouin a lot.
If Horton can't be locked up before free agency, trading his rights and our first for a higher first would be a good option IMO. Not sure if that gets us a top 5 pick, but possibly?

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04-26-2013, 11:33 AM
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Shaun I heard about Jay-Z's newest endeavor. Do you know if he himself is doing the representation or is he just heading the sports agency?
Not really sure how it's going to work.





Speaking of trading up I would love to trade up for the left handed Phil Kessel


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It would be great to trade up for Drouin, or Jones but that won't happen.

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If Horton can't be locked up before free agency, trading his rights and our first for a higher first would be a good option IMO. Not sure if that gets us a top 5 pick, but possibly?
the bruins will not have hortons rights if they cannot lock him up. he is due to be an unrestricted free agent this summer. And can't us bruins fans think positively? what first round pick? we won't have a first round pick come draft time right guys?

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the bruins will not have hortons rights if they cannot lock him up. he is due to be an unrestricted free agent this summer. And can't us bruins fans think positively? what first round pick? we won't have a first round pick come draft time right guys?
I'm with you on the thinking positive part, but they could trade Horton's negotiating rights. Value wise, they would get next to nothing, but they could trade him.

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If Horton can't be locked up before free agency, trading his rights and our first for a higher first would be a good option IMO. Not sure if that gets us a top 5 pick, but possibly?
this can't be a serious post. rights to UFA's usually go for what? 6-7th round picks? 4-5th at best? You are saying that the difference between 22-30 and POSSIBLY TOP 5 is a 4th round pick at best?

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