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04-21-2007, 08:29 PM
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Coaching staff trusted Sanguinetti enough yet again to have him on the ice in the last minute of play with the Bruins goalie pulled...I gotta say, i thought Bobby would be in over his head but he proved me wrong. Sure he's not playing like an all star out there but he is playing solid..and that's much more then I expected.

Keep it up Bobby!

+5 in his last 6 games as well.

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How was the Korpedo? I haven't heard anyone mention his name in the playoffs yet.

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And one look at the box score shows how this team CAN win the series.

Two goals from the Lamp? My God...

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How were the 2 plays that Bourrett assisting on?

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How were the 2 plays that Bourrett assisting on?
Bourrett was one of the players I wanted at the 05 draft along with Staal. Glad we got both

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Jorts when are you going to change your name?

Hall is gone like a fart in the wind...

You still following him or something?

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The Korpedo has played decent, its just that his line has had trouble finishing. He did hit the post in tonights game.....

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Coaching staff trusted Sanguinetti enough yet again to have him on the ice in the last minute of play with the Bruins goalie pulled...I gotta say, i thought Bobby would be in over his head but he proved me wrong. Sure he's not playing like an all star out there but he is playing solid..and that's much more then I expected.

Keep it up Bobby!

+5 in his last 6 games as well.
Good to see Bobby S. improving on his play in his own zone. The offense is already there; if he can get his defensive game to a point where he's not a liability out there than we could have another really good d-men in the future. That back end is looking absolutely sweet! With all that size and skill the Rangers will be a tough team to mount much offense against in a couple years!

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Sanguinetti with 5 points in his past 5 games. Not bad for the young 19 year old.
With the apparent success Bobby S is having at the AHL level I hope he doesn't get a swell head. I would think that he still needs to work on his game defensively. I would appreciate it if someone who has been watching him let us know what they see in his game as a defender to date. By that I mean, since he came to Hartford how was his game then and has he made any strides in his game since he's been in Hartford.

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Coaching staff trusted Sanguinetti enough yet again to have him on the ice in the last minute of play with the Bruins goalie pulled...I gotta say, i thought Bobby would be in over his head but he proved me wrong. Sure he's not playing like an all star out there but he is playing solid..and that's much more then I expected.

Keep it up Bobby!

+5 in his last 6 games as well.
I was at game two....what stuck me was how big sanguinetti looks. I mean he is only listed at 6'1-6'2, but he was looking huge. He did get run a few times and needs to keep his head up a little but his size is what stuck out.

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