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05-18-2012, 07:44 PM
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He is solid with the puck, but defensively he reminds me of Redden, not overly physical for a big guy.
Good comparaison, he has a good 1st pass, hasnt been out of position and sees the ice well. Not flashy thought

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Wouldn't touch with a 10 foot pole.
Will be with Cap Breton next year (part of the Ellis trade). I dont really like him, but will see a lot of ice next year. It will be good for his development.

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Bournival looks a lot better in the 2nd. Good faceoffs, speed and good puck control in the offensive zone.

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05-18-2012, 07:58 PM
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He'll go in round 3 or 4.
Don't see it but hey wouldn't be the first time I'd be surprise. Just don't see the upside though.

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Wouldn't touch with a 10 foot pole.
Why?

He reminds me a lot of Ellis...guy with a nice size/skill package and a ++ work ethic. A Timmins type player in round 3 or 4.

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He reminds me a lot of Ellis...guy with a nice size/skill package and a ++ work ethic. A Timmins type player in round 3 or 4.
Ellis had showed more offensive upside than Haché in his draft year. And for a player that is stricly defensive, you expect the best out of them.

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Don't see it but hey wouldn't be the first time I'd be surprise. Just don't see the upside though.
He has very good offensive skill but since they got the big guysgot there he's hardly had any PP time and given the opportunity to take chances.

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Ellis had showed more offensive upside than Haché in his draft year. And for a player that is stricly defensive, you expect the best out of them.
At 16 he actually got more PP time and put up 15 points in 37 games, this year with Narbonne Gormley and Ellis coming in it cut down his offensive chances. Ellis at 17 played top 4 minutes all year. He was still a +27. I think next yaer you'll see him get top Pp time and put up 40-45 points.

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Every game I watch with Ellis he breaks up so many odd man rushes.

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05-18-2012, 08:51 PM
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At 16 he actually got more PP time and put up 15 points in 37 games, this year with Narbonne Gormley and Ellis coming in it cut down his offensive chances. Ellis at 17 played top 4 minutes all year. He was still a +27. I think next yaer you'll see him get top Pp time and put up 40-45 points.
Possible. But then Gormley only played 9 games, while Ellis and Narbonne came in around Jan. 1st. Without those guys around prior to January 1st, Haché was just 12 points in 32 games. That's about the same rhythm than his previous year. And prior to those guys coming, he could have proved he could do it, he didn't have a lot of competition.

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Ellis looked like a young deer there that is learning to walk for the first time....

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Samuelsson looks big out there.

What was up with that ref, is he a rookie or something. The guys upstairs told him it was up to him whether he blew the whistle before the puck crossed or not(he did), but he didn't know what they were talking about. He ended up reversing his no goal call for no reason really.

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Ellis looked like a young deer there that is learning to walk for the first time....
When his D partner had no stick so headed for the bench and the Shawinigan winger handed the puck to the other team leaving a 2 on 1 right in front?

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Possible. But then Gormley only played 9 games, while Ellis and Narbonne came in around Jan. 1st. Without those guys around prior to January 1st, Haché was just 12 points in 32 games. That's about the same rhythm than his previous year. And prior to those guys coming, he could have proved he could do it, he didn't have a lot of competition.
Gormley Ellis Narbonne and Kabbaj were getting the PP time. Regardless he has well above average offensive tools and he is playing very solid defensively. If you can get a guy like taht round 4 or 5 it`s a steal like Ellis was.

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When his D partner had no stick so headed for the bench and the Shawinigan winger handed the puck to the other team leaving a 2 on 1 right in front?
Just the way he played it.

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What was up with that ref, is he a rookie or something. The guys upstairs told him it was up to him whether he blew the whistle before the puck crossed or not(he did), but he didn't know what they were talking about. He ended up reversing his no goal call for no reason really.
That was odd, seemed like a miscommunication for sure

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Gormley Ellis Narbonne and Kabbaj were getting the PP time. Regardless he has well above average offensive tools and he is playing very solid defensively. If you can get a guy like taht round 4 or 5 it`s a steal like Ellis was.
Carey Price...nobody was there prior to January 1st. Just my point. Possible that he's picked. I don't see it. Yet, a Mem Cup appearance is often good for your rankings.

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Just the way he played it.
Ya, happened pretty fast tho and there was plenty of blame to go around before the puck got near him

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05-18-2012, 09:10 PM
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@Price, Hache in my viewings had little hockey sense. I just don't see him doing anything outside of the ECHL.

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Ya, happened pretty fast tho and there was plenty of blame to go around before the puck got near him
Not blaming him for the goal.....just saying how he looked.

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