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11-12-2013, 09:51 PM
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*Please clarify - are you saying guys like Rodier and Martin, who were both Captains in the CCHL and top line players are not good enough to play in Jr. A? Both were in the top 30 in scoring every year in their tenure in the CCHL, and were on 2nd and 1st lines while they played there - not sure how you can say they would be 3rd or 4th liners?
You must not have checked that first...in their 20 year old season neither one was in the top 30 and I do not care enough to look at every other year they played but If I was to guess I would say maybe rodier had one season in the top 30 and martin had none.

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was this game postponed?
Yes, due to ice issues - a couple of large holes. OJC just can't seem together their season going.

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11-13-2013, 07:32 AM
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Yeah I have, but you clearly haven't seen him on the ice. Much much different player than last year, playing a completely different game and that's not a good thing. He hasn't adjusted well.
Of course he's playing a different style of hockey this year. He's on very weak Gloucester Ranger team who have been consistently cellar dwellers for the past 10+ years. As a first year player to the CCHL, on one of the weakest teams in the CCHL I would think he's holding his own if not exceeding any expectations others have put on him.

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You must not have checked that first...in their 20 year old season neither one was in the top 30 and I do not care enough to look at every other year they played but If I was to guess I would say maybe rodier had one season in the top 30 and martin had none.

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You are correct! I meant to say these 2 players have always had 30+ points per season every year they played in the CCHL, and after checking your link I see Rodier had 2 seasons of 40+ and 1 season of 50+ points.
But you still did not clarify and answer the original question.

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11-13-2013, 09:43 AM
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*Please clarify - are you saying guys like Rodier and Martin, who were both Captains in the CCHL and top line players are not good enough to play in Jr. A? Both were in the top 30 in scoring every year in their tenure in the CCHL, and were on 2nd and 1st lines while they played there - not sure how you can say they would be 3rd or 4th liners?
Martin has never been on the top two lines in CP. 3rd line and PK specialist. And a great captain.

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11-13-2013, 10:26 AM
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No that is not what I am saying. I was trying to say that they should not be considered Jr.B talent because that is the level they are forced to play(too old for jr.a)

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No that is not what I am saying. I was trying to say that they should not be considered Jr.B talent because that is the level they are forced to play(too old for jr.a)
Oh, I understand now, thanks for clearing it up.
Also, I disagree with ottawafan66, Martin definitely has played in the top 2 lines, 3rd line at times, but he was right in saying Martin was a pk specialist and great captain.

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11-13-2013, 04:41 PM
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Almonte traded Plaschy to OJC? Thought Almonte was really going to make a push this year but looks like maybe not. Do they have an other goalie or overage coming their way? And they traded McMullin to Westport, 4th in team scoring. Hard to say what is going on in Almonte.

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11-13-2013, 05:44 PM
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Almonte traded Plaschy to OJC? Thought Almonte was really going to make a push this year but looks like maybe not. Do they have an other goalie or overage coming their way? And they traded McMullin to Westport, 4th in team scoring. Hard to say what is going on in Almonte.
Can confirm that Ottawa has acquired Plaschy from Almonte. Spoke with GM John Hill before tonight's warm-up, he said he only gave them 'future considerations' in return for one of the best goalies in the league.

He also told me that the team isn't done making moves quite yet, and he is expecting to bring in a few more new faces.

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11-13-2013, 06:12 PM
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Plaschy

[QUOTE=DemonsOnIce96;74336187]Can confirm that Ottawa has acquired Plaschy from Almonte. Spoke with GM John Hill before tonight's warm-up, he said he only gave them 'future considerations' in return for one of the best goalies in the league.

He also told me that the team isn't done making moves quite yet, and he is expecting to bring in a few more new faces.


Need to call BS on this one John Hill....there is no way all you gave up was futures...perhaps in terms of players....but there had to be some cash on the table to get this guy out of Almonte...your team has the cash and is not afraid to use it !!!

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11-13-2013, 06:16 PM
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Can confirm that Ottawa has acquired Plaschy from Almonte. Spoke with GM John Hill before tonight's warm-up, he said he only gave them 'future considerations' in return for one of the best goalies in the league.

He also told me that the team isn't done making moves quite yet, and he is expecting to bring in a few more new faces.


Need to call BS on this one John Hill....there is no way all you gave up was futures...perhaps in terms of players....but there had to be some cash on the table to get this guy out of Almonte...your team has the cash and is not afraid to use it !!!
Looks like Ottawa was able to find a great replacement for couvrette...good on them

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11-13-2013, 08:58 PM
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There is next to no contact in jr.B, and when there is a hit the players in jr.b are much slower so the hits in general are not as hard. In jr.a players get hit almost everytime they touch the puck.

As for steege...he was property of pembroke last year and most likely would have played jr.a with other organizations
Are you kidding me, more hits in Jr A compared to Jr B, I think not !!!
In Jr B players go out of there way to throw a big hit and get away with it because of the speed of the game.
In Jr A there is no way you can go out of your way to throw a big it, the player will be so far out of the play afterwards. The coach will sit him for not playing within the teams system and not reading the speed of the Jr A game.
Jr. B Hockey is in general a more physical game, then a Jr A hockey game.
IMO it is not even close and the pm per game at each level also reflect my point.

Oh and before you reply, yes I watch both levels of hockey.
Up to three games at each level per week.

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11-13-2013, 10:38 PM
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Are you kidding me, more hits in Jr A compared to Jr B, I think not !!!
In Jr B players go out of there way to throw a big hit and get away with it because of the speed of the game.
In Jr A there is no way you can go out of your way to throw a big it, the player will be so far out of the play afterwards. The coach will sit him for not playing within the teams system and not reading the speed of the Jr A game.
Jr. B Hockey is in general a more physical game, then a Jr A hockey game.
IMO it is not even close and the pm per game at each level also reflect my point.

Oh and before you reply, yes I watch both levels of hockey.
Up to three games at each level per week.
We will have to agree to disagree on this one. As you said in jr.b hits happen at such slow speeds that they are never that hard. in Jr.A guys hit each other with their feet still moving and they finish every check on dump ins. In jr.b guys often dont finish hits in the corner and they all slow down and glide before contact.

The pims are a result of roughings and misconducts. not from true physical hard hockey

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We will have to agree to disagree on this one. As you said in jr.b hits happen at such slow speeds that they are never that hard. in Jr.A guys hit each other with their feet still moving and they finish every check on dump ins. In jr.b guys often dont finish hits in the corner and they all slow down and glide before contact.

The pims are a result of roughings and misconducts. not from true physical hard hockey

I've worked at both levels, and I disagree that there are NEVER any big hits in Junior B.

Junior A is faster therefore there the average hit is harder, but that certainly does not mean that there are no hard hits in the EO.

The fact is, enough players have their careers ended by concussions (I think McKechnie from Stittsville last year) each season that the hits are big enough at this level...

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Big Rumblings, word is both Couvrette and forward Parker are completely done in Ottawa, Plaschy coming in takes care of the Couvrette loss but Parker will be hard to replace.

Also heard that after Perth's Sunday loss that leading scorer Z.R and dman A.L got in a full fledged fight in the dressing room and team captain B.B wants out of town as he is sick of the circus in Perth. Reportedly was the 2nd fight involving ZR this season as something happened between him and a 16 yr old dman in the dressing room following Fridays loss to Arnprior as well.
Nice atmosphere for a 16 yr old player. Or any player for that matter. This is stuff that should remain in dressing room by the way.

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[QUOTE=Donnybrook19;74365879]Big Rumblings, word is both Couvrette and forward Parker are completely done in Ottawa, Plaschy coming in takes care of the Couvrette loss but Parker will be hard to replace.

Why did Couvrette want out of OJC organization. He was the starter on a good team that won a championship last season. Seems kind of odd. Attitude issues ?

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Big Rumblings, word is both Couvrette and forward Parker are completely done in Ottawa, Plaschy coming in takes care of the Couvrette loss but Parker will be hard to replace.

Also heard that after Perth's Sunday loss that leading scorer Z.R and dman A.L got in a full fledged fight in the dressing room and team captain B.B wants out of town as he is sick of the circus in Perth. Reportedly was the 2nd fight involving ZR this season as something happened between him and a 16 yr old dman in the dressing room following Fridays loss to Arnprior as well.
If you know how rodier works he is a little intense and the team knows that. Regarding him and lamont, it was not a full fledged fight, and it was regarding defense play in that game. The 16 year old "fight" (actually never a fight and happened during the period after a goal was scored against Perth) was right after that 16 year old had coughed up the puck and Arnprior scored, after he had coughed up the puck multiple times before. Perths defense is soft this year and when you have a guy with a personality like Rodier coming from Jr.A your getting to get his voice on situations. Perths offense has got them leads and keep them in games and when mental mistakes happen by defense that cost the game, you can only take so much.

Regarding Barr, doubtful that he wants out right now. He is like any other skilled veteran, he wants to win. After his rookie season ( Valley champs and took OJC 6 games in Metro/Valley final) the team has not really contented in the playoffs. He has one year left so you may see a trade, depending on Perths situation, with him returning back to Perth next year.

Anyone know why Couvrette and Parker quit? make sure you come out to Perth for the game tomorrow night vs. OJC for Brett Nugent.

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If you know how rodier works he is a little intense and the team knows that. Regarding him and lamont, it was not a full fledged fight, and it was regarding defense play in that game. The 16 year old "fight" (actually never a fight and happened during the period after a goal was scored against Perth) was right after that 16 year old had coughed up the puck and Arnprior scored, after he had coughed up the puck multiple times before. Perths defense is soft this year and when you have a guy with a personality like Rodier coming from Jr.A your getting to get his voice on situations. Perths offense has got them leads and keep them in games and when mental mistakes happen by defense that cost the game, you can only take so much.

Regarding Barr, doubtful that he wants out right now. He is like any other skilled veteran, he wants to win. After his rookie season ( Valley champs and took OJC 6 games in Metro/Valley final) the team has not really contented in the playoffs. He has one year left so you may see a trade, depending on Perths situation, with him returning back to Perth next year.

Anyone know why Couvrette and Parker quit? make sure you come out to Perth for the game tomorrow night vs. OJC for Brett Nugent.
I heard that Couvrette was going to sign in Jr.A

Parker does not seem happy in OJC and does not look to be putting much effort out

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I heard that Couvrette was going to sign in Jr.A

Parker does not seem happy in OJC and does not look to be putting much effort out
Parker could be a good trade for someone if he is willing to play and if OJC is willing to give him up.

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Since when did I become the GM of the Raiders. I'll look in my crystal ball and get back to you on that for you. lol

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Nice atmosphere for a 16 yr old player. Or any player for that matter. This is stuff that should remain in dressing room by the way.
This is not directed to upinarms, but the statement that "this is stuff should remain in dressing room by the way" is the type of thinking that has gotten so many kids into difficult situations.

NOTHING LIKE THIS SHOULD EVER STAY IN THE ROOM....ask Theo Fluery and Sheldon Kennedy or for that matter the Miami Dolphins. I understand that the situation may and is different BUT old school thinking leads to the same results.

I understand your point but IF any type of bullying or abuse is taking place...get it out of the room and deal with it before the situation becomes a much bigger problem.

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Tonight's Game + Couvrette

Couvrette left OJC to play for OJS, but I think it was just to scare OJC management. Unfazed, OJC's management immediately traded for Plaschy, so Couvrette is in fact done for the year. IMHO Plaschy has played much better this year than Couvrette.

Re: Parker not too sure what the deal is with him, but if he is gone that's a huge loss.

Hoping to see all of you out in Perth tonight for a great cause, as it's Brett Nugent night in Perth as they host the Canadians.

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Couvrette left OJC to play for OJS, but I think it was just to scare OJC management. Unfazed, OJC's management immediately traded for Plaschy, so Couvrette is in fact done for the year. IMHO Plaschy has played much better this year than Couvrette.

Re: Parker not too sure what the deal is with him, but if he is gone that's a huge loss.

Hoping to see all of you out in Perth tonight for a great cause, as it's Brett Nugent night in Perth as they host the Canadians.

My crew and I are taking the bus out, and will be broadcasting the game from the P&D Arena.

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Can Couvrette play for OJS seeing as he is AP'd to Kemptville?

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This is not directed to upinarms, but the statement that "this is stuff should remain in dressing room by the way" is the type of thinking that has gotten so many kids into difficult situations.

NOTHING LIKE THIS SHOULD EVER STAY IN THE ROOM....ask Theo Fluery and Sheldon Kennedy or for that matter the Miami Dolphins. I understand that the situation may and is different BUT old school thinking leads to the same results.

I understand your point but IF any type of bullying or abuse is taking place...get it out of the room and deal with it before the situation becomes a much bigger problem.


Well said KL14.

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