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12-05-2006, 01:20 AM
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Mark Streit - The Steal Of His Draft Class?

Useless Statistical Fact Of The Day

Did you know that, if my research is correct Mark Streit is currently the 8th highest career scorer amongst players drafted in 2004?

The 7 that are ahead of him are Ovechkin, Malkin, Olesz, Meszaros, Campoli, Franzen & Wolski. And the last two are only BARELY beating him. He beats, amongst others, Andrew Ladd picked 4th overall, and they are head-to-head in PPG.

So I say we do give him a job as a winger.

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Useless Statistical Fact Of The Day

Did you know that, if my research is correct Mark Streit is currently the 8th highest career scorer amongst players drafted in 2004?

The 7 that are ahead of him are Ovechkin, Malkin, Olesz, Meszaros, Campoli, Franzen & Wolski. And the last two are only BARELY beating him. He beats, amongst others, Andrew Ladd picked 4th overall, and they are head-to-head in PPG.

So I say we do give him a job as a winger.
I agree, we got a guy who can play in the NHL at an acceptable level in the 8th round (was it 8th?). How often does that happen?

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He's 8-9 Years older too lol

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I must admit that he play quite a game for us on the fourth line.
Bring Lapierre to center him and Begin and it could be quite a line for us...

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On the record: I'm a Mark Streit fan.

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<---- One of the only persons who screams Mark! Mark! Mark! in the Bell Centre.

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I think we should give him a regular spot on on our top 6 by trading Souray as soon as possible while his value is high...


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I think we we should give him a regular spot on on our top 6 by trading Souray as soon as possible while his value is high...
Yeah, before he gets spezza'd again.

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VERY IMPRESSED by Streit yesterday, Forget the Bad Bounces ...

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Streit did do a great job yesterday on the forecheck, I believe he will be in the line-up as a forward once again on Wed's night.

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Streit > Rivet

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I think we should give him a regular spot on on our top 6 by trading Souray as soon as possible while his value is high...
I've always been against trading Souray, because I think we have a shot this year... but I guess I would be willing to see what we can get in exchange... if we can get Jack Johnson from LA, well I guess I might do it. That would be fixing a hole for a long time..

As for Streit! Yeah, I like him. He's the perfect #7... because he's got top-6 in the blood.

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Our 4th line was awesome yesterday !!!!!!

Play Streit there and give him some time on PP at defence...

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Our 4th line was awesome yesterday !!!!!!

Play Streit there and give him some time on PP at defence...
almost awsome....murray sucked

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he needs more PP time. That's where he really makes a difference.

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Streit is the most improved hab-player from last year...quite simply!

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Streit > Rivet
You beat me to it.

Streit is a smart player. Rivet seems to be slowing down in comparison.

I'd feel comfortable with him in our top 6, and he showed he can play the wing.

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He's 8-9 Years older too lol
That's what I would have said. Quite a few of the 18-year-olds drafted in 2004 will eventually wipe out Streit's lead over them.

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Streit on the PP will make some good job. And then let guys like Kovalev, Samsonov and Ryder log more points.

So yes, we can trade Souray, the most dangerous nightmare of the habs in the own zone.

We need a center, I can't see habs without another center in the few weeks. If Koivu, Bonk or Plekanec got an injury ? We're going to be in big trouble...

Oh wait, Johnson is a center ? We should try it at Center with Kovalev and a winger like Higgins when he come back. (or try Higgins at C )

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Andrei Markov: 18 pts in 643:11 of ice time, one pt every 35.72 minutes.
Mark Streit: 8 pts in 289:18 of ice time, one pt every 36.13 minutes.

Food for thought.

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Andrei Markov: 18 pts in 643:11 of ice time, one pt every 35.72 minutes.
Mark Streit: 8 pts in 289:18 of ice time, one pt every 36.13 minutes.

Food for thought.
thats it Streit = God

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More useless stats:

Mark Streit's rankings on the Montreal Canadiens:

6th in assists (8)
6th in even-strength assists (5)
6th in power-play assists (3)
7th in assists at home (4)
6th in assists on the road (4)
6th in assists vs. NE Division (4)
6th in assists vs. all other divisions (4)
4th in assists per game (0.40)

15th in games played (20)
16th in total ice time (289:18)

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More useless stats:

Mark Streit's rankings on the Montreal Canadiens:

6th in assists (8)
6th in even-strength assists (5)
6th in power-play assists (3)
7th in assists at home (4)
6th in assists on the road (4)
6th in assists vs. NE Division (4)
6th in assists vs. all other divisions (4)
4th in assists per game (0.40)

15th in games played (20)
16th in total ice time (289:18)
Right!


Thats why I say we can send Souray to someone who want him and have a nice return for him. Sometime, its time to pull the trigger when you got a player who his in a "hype".

Streit and Markov on the powerplay (at the point) are allright for rack up point each night, and then that will create more room and scoring cance for guys like Kovalev, Samsonov, Plekanec, Ryder, Latendresse etc.

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To add to the file...

Streit would also look good had he been drafted in 2003.

Only 4 defensemen drafted in 2003 have had more points than Streit so far. Phaneuf, Seabrook, Burns & Carle. For all the hype, Streit is still better than 2003 first rounder D-Men Braydon Coburn, Mark Stuart, and uber-bust Shawn Belle.

To make a long story short, being drafted one year later, Streit still has more career points than anybody drafted after Patrice Bergeron (45th) except Lee Stempniak, who's got Pat Falloon Syndrome playing in St-Louis.

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