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04-21-2014, 10:43 PM
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Fabbri is very good.
since he is only 5'9/5'10 range.....I assume team will past on him.....he could either be a late first round pick or early second. We have a small chance at all

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04-22-2014, 12:07 AM
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since he is only 5'9/5'10 range.....I assume team will past on him.....he could either be a late first round pick or early second. We have a small chance at all
If we go "small" and skilled in round 1 (Ehlers, Nylanders) I can't see them taking Fabbri in the 2nd which would be a shame.

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04-22-2014, 12:41 AM
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he can't even spell his name plate right. #guance

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If we go "small" and skilled in round 1 (Ehlers, Nylanders) I can't see them taking Fabbri in the 2nd which would be a shame.
Doubt it.

If Fabbri drops to the 2nd he's a no brainer pick.

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04-22-2014, 01:58 AM
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Doubt it.

If Fabbri drops to the 2nd he's a no brainer pick.
Maybe for you and me.

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Maybe for you and me.
This pick was made for you and me.

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04-22-2014, 02:24 AM
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Fabbri will be closer to the 10 range than the second round.

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Fabbri will be closer to the 10 range than the second round.
Yeah, I think Fabbri will be taken by some team in the middle of the first round on what's considered a reach by looking at draft rankings. He's not perfect, but there's a LOT to like about his game. 10 is probably still too early, but I wouldn't be phased at anything from 12 on.

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Draft is wide open after like 10th, I could easily see Fabbri in the early 10's.

On a side note, damn, CBJ has got a player in Kerby Rychel—Jarmo Kekalinen sure knows what he's doing in CBJ.

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Draft is wide open after like 10th, I could easily see Fabbri in the early 10's.

On a side note, damn, CBJ has got a player in Kerby Rychel—Jarmo Kekalinen sure knows what he's doing in CBJ.
Yep they did. Was really hoping that Rychel would fall to our pick.

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04-22-2014, 08:29 PM
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Eh, Id rather have Horvat stay up the entire season next year unless if he really looks out of place. I don't see the OHL developing him any further. All of the two way guys in the NHL right now Bergeron, Oreilly, Staal, Landeskog made it out of camp as 18 year olds without lighting up the CHL and they did fine. Might take him couple years to get his offensive touch going but I think he would learn faster than compared to the OHL. Two different type of games. He wont be able to toe drag every game like he can in the OHL , maybe he will learn bad habits.

Staal . gp:68 G:28 A:40 P:68

Oreilly gp:66 G:16 A:50 P:66

Bergeron GP:70 G:23 A:50 P:73

Landeskog GP:53 G:36 A:30 P:66

Horvat GP:54 G:33 A:44 P:74

Last seasons out of junior.


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None of those players dominated Junior. Maybe Landeskog , physically.

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Eh, Id rather have Horvat stay up the entire season next year unless if he really looks out of place. I don't see the OHL developing him any further. All of the two way guys in the NHL right now Bergeron, Oreilly, Staal, Landeskog made it out of camp as 18 year olds without lighting up the CHL and they did fine. Might take him couple years to get his offensive touch going but I think he would learn faster than compared to the OHL. Two different type of games. He wont be able to toe drag every game like he can in the OHL , maybe he will learn bad habits.

Staal . gp:68 G:28 A:40 P:68

Oreilly gp:66 G:16 A:50 P:66

Bergeron GP:70 G:23 A:50 P:73

Landeskog GP:53 G:36 A:30 P:66

Horvat GP:54 G:33 A:44 P:74

Last seasons out of junior.
A lot of solid players stay in the juniors for 2 years after being drafted.

Couture and Scheifele, just to name a couple.

And according to London fans, he could use one more year. So there's that.

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Erie avoid elimination with a 5-2 win over Guelph.

Gaunce picked up an assist on the game winning goal.

Fox had a goal and an assist in the game.

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A lot of solid players stay in the juniors for 2 years after being drafted.

Couture and Scheifele, just to name a couple.

And according to London fans, he could use one more year. So there's that.
Yeah i was just comparing the two way players that are successful all made it out of their draft years.

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Oshawa face elimination as North Bay pulls up 3-0 in the series, with the 5-3 win today.

Liberati was held pointless. Cassels had 2 assists.

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Oshawa face elimination as North Bay pulls up 3-0 in the series, with the 5-3 win today.

Liberati was held pointless. Cassels had 2 assists.
Man North Bay continues to surprise me.

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Man North Bay continues to surprise me.
Could you imagine a Memorial Cup with Kelowna, North Bay, Baie Comeau, and London. Be some slug fest defensive games with lots of solid systems.

No flash, not sexy, but would make from some really, really good competitive hockey.

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The Canucks also very very rarely move veterans or mid-range guys for young guys or picks and usually just end up with guys leaving as UFAs (Naslund, Jovo, Salo, Ohlund etc).

Take a Chicago who had to moved guys out like Campbell, Ladd, Byfuglien, Verteeg etc. They wound up with 3 first round picks and 2 early 2nd round picks within a year of winning the cup. That leads to guys like Saad coming in just by virtue of having so many picks.

I'm not sure if it's just being too loyal (?) to players but the organization has been quite bad at managing young assets and when they need to start adding more.
Weren't a bunch of those guys moved because Tallon f'd up on getting his qualifying offers in on time?

Not really a strategy per se.

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This Friday you can catch Game 5 between Erie and Guelph on Sportsnet

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Fabbri will be closer to the 10 range than the second round.
no he will be maybe early 20 at best. Small players just don't go that high.

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no he will be maybe early 20 at best. Small players just don't go that high.
I think he goes in the top 15, he could have one of the top ten careers out of players selected in 2014. I think he has a potential Skinner like impact in the NHL.

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Random note:

I remember when we missed out on Antoine Laganiere a bunch of us considered Lain a consolation prize. Did anyone expect that he would outproduce Laganiere in the AHL and make his NHL debut this season?

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Hey guys. Please keep the draft discussion in the draft thread or 6th overall pick discussion thread. Thanks!

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