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10-03-2004, 11:41 AM
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Well UND beat university of manitoba last night not really a tough opponent but they won 8-3 on to Maine next weekend. Zajac and Stafford looked amazing 4 pts each.

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Like you said, not much of a fight after the first goal against. Too bad Nate Zeigelmann quit, he would have seen some action in this game ahead of Lamorieux.
Zajac looked alright. I'll reserve judgement until a few weeks into the season, but I think once he gets his feet under him, he'll be fine and a big asset. But NOT "as good as Parise" as a few publications have said.

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Zajac might end up being better than Zpar in the long run. Im excited for this season

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How many goals could Stafford get now that Parise is in Albany?

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I'm looking forward to UND coming into Maine this weekend. With both teams losing very little at D it should make for a a couple low scoring and hard fought games. I wouldn't be surprised in the least if they split.

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The sioux may have more of a higher powered offense then last year. The Maine series should go towards the sioux since both teams offset in d and goal almost but the sioux offense is too much. It just depends on if the sioux can get the ball rolling

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The sioux may have more of a higher powered offense then last year. The Maine series should go towards the sioux since both teams offset in d and goal almost but the sioux offense is too much. It just depends on if the sioux can get the ball rolling
I'd be surprised if UND has a higher powered offense than last year after losing Parise and Bochenski. I know they have some talented recruits,but it will take a little while for them to get adjusted. UND quite possibly would have the edge on offense and the D is probably even,but there is no way they offset in goal. So it still looks like a tight series.

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