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02-02-2014, 08:37 AM
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seriously I'm in. you will not be disappointed
I'm sure we would get along so well

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http://www.hockeysfuture.com/article...ospects-in-khl

My liking of Button had so many wrong reasons that I hope AC at least comes to NA.

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How the hell did we pick Khoklachev over Saad in the 2011 draft??? God damn that pisses me off, I love Saad's game.

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koko keeps progressing the way he has this season he's going to be quite the player.

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I pretty much get along with everyone especially woman

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Colton Hargrove. B's 2012 7th round pick.

I had a chance to see Colton Hargrove play last night (on TV). I really, really like his game. Up and down winger with size, decent wheels and hockey skills. Plays all 3 zones and threw some big body checks. Made a nice pass to set up one goal and what impressed me the most was his effort to get back on defense and back check. He played the game like it was his last. And his favorite player is Milan Lucic. What's not to like?

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This guide to the prospects is outstanding, except it lists Parlett as having been a Bruins draft pick.
But what a great compilation.

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Linus Arnesson scored his first goal in senior hockey after playing around 70 games in the first team now.

Link to the goal. http://www.aftonbladet.se/sportblade...cle18421856.ab

I've also heard strong rumours around the team that Arnesson is AHL bound for next year.

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Linus Arnesson scored his first goal in senior hockey after playing around 70 games in the first team now.

Link to the goal. http://www.aftonbladet.se/sportblade...cle18421856.ab

I've also heard strong rumours around the team that Arnesson is AHL bound for next year.



That would be great for his development and for fans of Bruins prospects like me.

Arnesson will be immersed in the Bruins defensive system right away.

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Colton Hargrove with both goals as he leads Western Michigan over UND (and Zane Gothberg) 2-1. First win ever for WM against UND. The previous night, Gothberg pitched a shoutout against WM.

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SCC has a feature on Koko

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SCC has a feature on Koko
Between Khoko recently getting AHL player of the week and P-Bruin of the month does anyone think that he may be passing Ryan Spooner on the depth chart? I recall an article just put out as well by Pronman from ESPN that put Khoko at #36 on the top drafted prospects list. That's really impressive..

It looks to me that Khoko could be becoming the untouchable one if any deal happens this offseason. He is scoring at a much higher clip, while showing the ability to pass, and versatility to play wing. Perhaps they're both safe as far as the Bruins brass thinks, just something to ponder come offseason.

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Between Khoko recently getting AHL player of the week and P-Bruin of the month does anyone think that he may be passing Ryan Spooner on the depth chart? I recall an article just put out as well by Pronman from ESPN that put Khoko at #36 on the top drafted prospects list. That's really impressive..

It looks to me that Khoko could be becoming the untouchable one if any deal happens this offseason. He is scoring at a much higher clip, while showing the ability to pass, and versatility to play wing. Perhaps they're both safe as far as the Bruins brass thinks, just something to ponder come offseason.
That Pronman article was the top prospects yet to play in the Nhl.

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I guess I'd gotten used to the idea of moving Koko because of all the speculation and the the fact that he was traded for Iginla, but part of me hopes we keep him, if for nothing other than to have proof that Chiarelli has hit on an offensive forward (other than Seguin). Luckily they've made some hanges in that department and will hopefully find success

Others would know better than I, what does Gretzky bring that Smith didn't? What should we expect as far as preference? Thanks!

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I guess I'd gotten used to the idea of moving Koko because of all the speculation and the the fact that he was traded for Iginla, but part of me hopes we keep him, if for nothing other than to have proof that Chiarelli has hit on an offensive forward (other than Seguin). Luckily they've made some hanges in that department and will hopefully find success

Others would know better than I, what does Gretzky bring that Smith didn't? What should we expect as far as preference? Thanks!
Great question
I'd like to know who ran last years draft, almost a year later and still think they did pretty good, all things considered

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03-11-2014, 02:21 PM
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Great question
I'd like to know who ran last years draft, almost a year later and still think they did pretty good, all things considered
Yeah, going without a pick until 60, they still seemed to have found value. I love that they went Euro for a few of them, something they haven't dont since like Chudinov

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Here's an interview with him.

http://hlinkamemorial.com/eng/clanek...%25B4s-eyes-78

Apparently he likes Europeans and takes advanced stats into consideration.


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Jared Knight scored a goal this weekend after a very long wait this season. He is a relieved young man.

Knight, 21, finally got the gorilla off his back on Sunday, beating Adirondack goalie Carsen Chubak at 7:03 of the second period after a feed from Alexander Khokhlachev in a game the P-Bruins won, 9-3.

The look of relief on Knight’s face as he celebrated with his teammates told the story. “Honestly, it was like a big weight was lifted off. It felt good,” he said after the game.

It’s been a trying first couple of pro seasons for Knight, who was drafted by Boston in the second round, 32nd overall, in 2010 after a 36-goal season for London of the Ontario Hockey League. A quadriceps injury li
mited him to 10 regular-season and six playoff games during his first season as a pro in 2012-13.


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That Pronman article was the top prospects yet to play in the Nhl.
Thanks for pointing that out, didn't notice it.

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Randell is starting to look like he is throwing his hat into the ring for Thornton's replacement. 4pt game this weekend and another fight.

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Randell is starting to look like he is throwing his hat into the ring for Thornton's replacement. 4pt game this weekend and another fight.
I was wondering the same thing. Although it did take Thornton 7-8 seasons in the AHL to land a full time job in the NHL.
I would think Randell if he ever gets to this level would be another couple of years away.

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ANY College FA that could interest the Bruins

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ANY College FA that could interest the Bruins
There's a few....Ahti Oksanen, Kenney Morrison, Travis Jeke, etc...there's a few others that I can't think of at the top of my head, but I've seen these three players play the most, and I really like them all. Both Oksanen and Jeke are "Boston boys" (Oksanen plays for BU, Jeke for BC). Morrison is highly touted D from Michigan.

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There's a few....Ahti Oksanen, Kenney Morrison, Travis Jeke, etc...there's a few others that I can't think of at the top of my head, but I've seen these three players play the most, and I really like them all. Both Oksanen and Jeke are "Boston boys" (Oksanen plays for BU, Jeke for BC). Morrison is highly touted D from Michigan.
I`m asking not criticizing, who was the last NCAA player to make a really big impact on his club??

I know Krug is a guy who`s been a real nice addition to the B`s but I`m thinking more along the lines of a guy who is picked up, plays first line/first D pairing minutes etc....

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I`m asking not criticizing, who was the last NCAA player to make a really big impact on his club??

I know Krug is a guy who`s been a real nice addition to the B`s but I`m thinking more along the lines of a guy who is picked up, plays first line/first D pairing minutes etc....
Mark Stuart. Err, no... wait.

Andrew Alberts?

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