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Rookie Game|Sep. 9, 2013|Flyers at Capitals (Arlington, VA) | 3:00 p.m. ET

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09-09-2013, 03:35 PM
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Stolarz has great lateral movement.

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Alt and Stolarz were the Flyers best players in the 1st IMO.

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End of the 1st. 0-0

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Alt and Stolarz were the Flyers best players in the 1st IMO.
Cousins too. Aside from the empty net whiff, he's looked good.

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Stolarz looks solid. A couple of rebounds he could have avoided but he doesn't look out of place.

In respect to defense: Nemec looks shaky back there.
Konan and Alt are clearly ahead of everyone else on Flyers defense.
Morin still looking to pickup the pace and get used to the game.

Forwards: Cousins, Alderson and Mangene(surprise?) are really mixing it up front. Laughton and Straka are visibly the best puck handlers out there.

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Morin looked solid. made a few good outlet passes, and seems to be very collected with the puck.

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Who's the caps rookie defensemen with the #88?
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Cousins too. Aside from the empty net whiff, he's looked good.
Straka and Noebels have been solid as well as Larmahce.

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Cousins too. Aside from the empty net whiff, he's looked good.
Yeah, Cousins was good (mostly on the PP).

Pretty creative offensive player.

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That back check by Konan was wicked !!!

Looks like Ghoul bit off more than he could chew with wonder boy Wilson,,,,,, wait, he did pretty good

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Morin is a terror on the wall in the D zone. Lost track of the amount of times the puck got out of the zone because he won the battle on the boards.

Cousins had some nice shiftiness on the PP and effectively created space despite missing the chance in front.

Laughton was okay. Bad turnover on the PP, but he was totally gassed by the end of that shift.

Stolarz was great.

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Straka and Noebels have been solid as well as Larmahce.
straka made some really nice passes.

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is that Heeter behind anthony?

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I love Mangene. The fact he's from my hometown on Long island is pretty cool. Loved seeing Ghoul go after Wilson, remember how we "ended up" with Laughton and we wanted him? Thank god, he's a punk, not to mention Laughton is the way better prospect at this point.

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Laughton looked pretty shaky on the point. made that real bad play at the blue line that went the other way.

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Alt played well and is now the subject of discussion in the feed.

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Morin is a terror on the wall in the D zone. Lost track of the amount of times the puck got out of the zone because he won the battle on the boards.
He needs to cut down on the cross checking, though.
I thought he'd get called for sure a couple of times already.

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I'd find it hard to believe that any of the rookie D-men will make it on the big club, maybe Alt is the first call up? But even then Lauridson proved he's a solid d-man back there in a pinch.

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He needs to cut down on the cross checking, though.
I thought he'd get called for sure a couple of times already.
Its hard to when he's a foot taller than everybody

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I see a lot of Pronger in Morin when it comes to board battles.

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He needs to cut down on the cross checking, though.
I thought he'd get called for sure a couple of times already.
Pronger physics, bro.

But seriously, I hate the Pronger comparison more than anybody here, but the biggest similarity between the two is that ability to physically overpower any opponent on the wall. I don't mind the stickwork. You can get away with it when the puck is tied up on the boards as long as you're not plowing the guy into the boards. Pronger literally mastered that art of using the stick at the right times. If Morin can acquire that trait, he'll be a tremendous success.

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I just realized I'm watching Olie the Goalie watch Stolie the Goalie.

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