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Nugent-Hopkins is god - First Hattrick!

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10-15-2011, 09:55 PM
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Nugent-Hopkins is god - First Hattrick!

Going to start this now. 2 goals so far in the first period.

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Amazing hands by the sweetheart. Schooled luongo.

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I was surprised it wasn't started after his 1st! The guy has some sick skills. Might be a runaway Calder year...

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Off to as good a start as could ever be expected.

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Looking good! But let's see how the rest of the season progresses before we jump to conclusions.

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Don't you mean... "is a beast"?

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Looking good tonight, Go Oilers.

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He really knows how to find the open spots on the ice. Great hockey sense.

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i told every one he was going to score atleast 20 this season

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Oh please at least make a thread when he has as many goals as there are letters in his long ass last name.

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He's played well, he scored 2 goals(1 a garbage goal one a pretty nice tip on a screened shot that was going wide of the net) and he's staying past the 9 games.

That's my contribution to this thread.


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I'm quite indifferent towards the Oilers but I like this kid's game.
Watching him play is fun.

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Gotta like the Oilers team, really fun to watch and Hopkins does indeed look great

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He has crosby like vision

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Next Gretzky.

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Oh please at least make a thread when he has as many goals as there are letters in his long ass last name.
Ryan Jeremy Noel Nugent-Hopkins? Might be a long while for that.

Eh the threads are starting to get annoying. Just Give him, Landeskog, Luke Adams and Craig Smith the Calder now.

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He has looked really good so far this year, looks like he's here to stay.

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Will outscore Ovechkin for sure.

Book it.

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May be but he got the body of a eight year old

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RNH, Hall and Eberle are a blast to watch right now.

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i told every one he was going to score atleast 20 this season
Might want to wait until he scores 20 until you say I told you so...

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RNH's vision is unreal. It's nice to see a player come in the league who has that touch.

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May be but he got the body of a eight year old
The entire oilers top line look like JR high kids

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Kid has mad skill that's for sure. Not sure how he will take continuous physicality with that frame but hoping the best for the kid. Nice eyes and hands to tip that second one on net from that far out, but honestly a Drunk Helen Keller could have gotten in front of that shot Lou..

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Kane was 160 his rookie year. The refs have a tendency to look out for these guys.


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