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08-06-2012, 11:11 AM
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Griffin Reinhart Russia/Canada

http://watch.tsn.ca/international-ho...029#clip734335

Im really excited for this kid. I know its only against Russia but it should be fun to watch. At least there is something to watch, its August.

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08-07-2012, 11:54 AM
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Im really excited for this kid. I know its only against Russia but it should be fun to watch. At least there is something to watch, its August.
When and where can someone watch this ? Is the NHL Network showing any of the Canada-Russia Challenge ?

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When and where can someone watch this ? Is the NHL Network showing any of the Canada-Russia Challenge ?
At the Metro Centre here in Halifax. Some tickets are still available...

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At the Metro Centre here in Halifax. Some tickets are still available...
You Canadians are so lucky ! Getting my tickets now (plane and game).

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You Canadians are so lucky ! Getting my tickets now (plane and game).
I'd be happy to buy you a beer if you make the trip

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I'd be happy to buy you a beer if you make the trip
Done! Ok boys, let's gather up a big group so we break JKP.

You do realize that we'll be expecting a solid scouting report from you on big Griff now. If not, uh... you don't want to take that chance.

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Done! Ok boys, let's gather up a big group so we break JKP.

You do realize that we'll be expecting a solid scouting report from you on big Griff now. If not, uh... you don't want to take that chance.
i second all of the above.

we'll vader choke you if ya don't.

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I expect video, minute logs, and post game interviews from you....

You have a lot of work to do bud!

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http://www.thefirstrow.eu/watch/1347...vs-russia.html

Here is a stream. It isn't that great quality, but it is watchable.

EDIT: Here is another link to the same feed.
http://tv-link.me/lsh1.php

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3-2 Canada wins

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Ryan Strome Too on TSN

Ryan Strome
http://watch.tsn.ca/international-ho...029#clip736633

and Sam Reihart
http://watch.tsn.ca/international-ho...029#clip733674


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Two links for the same feed as yesterday.
http://tv-link.me/lsh1.php

http://www.thefirstrow.eu/watch/1348...nada,-u20.html

Edit: Strome just had a great chance and almost picked the corner.

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Has anyone seen Reinhart?

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The guy's name isn't spelled correctly in the thread. Come on guys!


He played in game one yesterday, started the game as the 7th defenceman and wasn't used a ton. Played some PK but didn't really stand out terribly much. Injured his arm or shoulder in the game too and was scratched from game two this morning.

Team Canada said today it's only day to day, but I have my doubts that we him again in the tournament, just to be cautious. Games three and four go Monday and Tuesday, this time in Halifax.

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The guy's name isn't spelled correctly in the thread. Come on guys!


He played in game one yesterday, started the game as the 7th defenceman and wasn't used a ton. Played some PK but didn't really stand out terribly much. Injured his arm or shoulder in the game too and was scratched from game two this morning.

Team Canada said today it's only day to day, but I have my doubts that we him again in the tournament, just to be cautious. Games three and four go Monday and Tuesday, this time in Halifax.
the way he was letting his shoulder drag on his way back to the bench indicated to me that this injury is more serious than the "day to day" variety. i agree with you that he is likely done for the remainder of this event.

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He played in game one yesterday, started the game as the 7th defenceman and wasn't used a ton. Played some PK but didn't really stand out terribly much. Injured his arm or shoulder in the game too and was scratched from game two this morning.
Sounds like he truly is an Islander now.

God, don't let him room with DP on the road . . .

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the way he was letting his shoulder drag on his way back to the bench indicated to me that this injury is more serious than the "day to day" variety. i agree with you that he is likely done for the remainder of this event.
$@#%! It's like dejavu all over again.

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the way he was letting his shoulder drag on his way back to the bench indicated to me that this injury is more serious than the "day to day" variety. i agree with you that he is likely done for the remainder of this event.
Seen that he was injured early and no doubt he won't be ready if the open on Sept.15

Seemed serious

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08-13-2012, 06:30 PM
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Watching this on TV (have tickets for tomorrow's game).

Reinhart doesn't appear to be playing. Was listed as day-to-day.

Pelech got smoked in the face by a stick from his own player and went off holding his face and in pain... haven't seen him come back yet...

update: Pelech's back, doesn't seem any worse for wear. Strome just had a really pretty assist on CAN's 3rd goal...


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Reinhart injured, hes a true Islander...

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08-13-2012, 07:51 PM
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Was watching the second period of tonight's game.

Pelech has a much bigger upside on offense than I expected. Gets his shot off quickly and hit the net every time. Very sound fundamentally. I can't believe he lasted as long as he did - he will definitely be playing on our blue line some day and I would not be surprised if it is as soon as 2014-15.

Strome and Huberdeau both seem to play similar styles. You don't really notice them and then you wonder how they ended up with 2 points for the game. Strome's slot pass to Monahan for the goal was the type of play you don't see young players make very often. Quick glance over his shoulder as he went for the puck behind the net and a quick slip pass past the defender. Based on what I saw I think I was wrong about him playing wing. Put him between Anders Lee and Brock Nelson and we have our second line of the future. He needs wings who will drive the net and go to the corners for him. Reminds me a lot of Mark Pavelich for those who remember that far back. A little more foot speed is needed but his smarts help him out on that.

Charles Hudon - Wow! What a steal for the Canadians. Same for Zlobin to Pittsburgh. After watching Grigorenko I think we might well rue not taking him. He really controls the play when he has the puck.

This is really a deep Canadian defense.

Looking forward to the third period.

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Was watching the second period of tonight's game.

Pelech has a much bigger upside on offense than I expected. Gets his shot off quickly and hit the net every time. Very sound fundamentally. I can't believe he lasted as long as he did - he will definitely be playing on our blue line some day and I would not be surprised if it is as soon as 2014-15.

Strome and Huberdeau both seem to play similar styles. You don't really notice them and then you wonder how they ended up with 2 points for the game. Strome's slot pass to Monahan for the goal was the type of play you don't see young players make very often. Quick glance over his shoulder as he went for the puck behind the net and a quick slip pass past the defender. Based on what I saw I think I was wrong about him playing wing. Put him between Anders Lee and Brock Nelson and we have our second line of the future. He needs wings who will drive the net and go to the corners for him. Reminds me a lot of Mark Pavelich for those who remember that far back. A little more foot speed is needed but his smarts help him out on that.

Charles Hudon - Wow! What a steal for the Canadians. Same for Zlobin to Pittsburgh. After watching Grigorenko I think we might well rue not taking him. He really controls the play when he has the puck.

This is really a deep Canadian defense.

Looking forward to the third period.
Grigorenko may be this year's Cam Fowler or Sean Couturier.

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Action-packed third period as Russia scores with 6 minutes left to win 6-5.

Morgan Reilly - great offensive skill but needs a LOT of work defensively

Congrats to Russia for this one, great game based on what I saw and quite a high level of hockey for August.

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Was watching the second period of tonight's game.

Pelech has a much bigger upside on offense than I expected. Gets his shot off quickly and hit the net every time. Very sound fundamentally. I can't believe he lasted as long as he did - he will definitely be playing on our blue line some day and I would not be surprised if it is as soon as 2014-15.

Strome and Huberdeau both seem to play similar styles. You don't really notice them and then you wonder how they ended up with 2 points for the game. Strome's slot pass to Monahan for the goal was the type of play you don't see young players make very often. Quick glance over his shoulder as he went for the puck behind the net and a quick slip pass past the defender. Based on what I saw I think I was wrong about him playing wing. Put him between Anders Lee and Brock Nelson and we have our second line of the future. He needs wings who will drive the net and go to the corners for him. Reminds me a lot of Mark Pavelich for those who remember that far back. A little more foot speed is needed but his smarts help him out on that.

Charles Hudon - Wow! What a steal for the Canadians. Same for Zlobin to Pittsburgh. After watching Grigorenko I think we might well rue not taking him. He really controls the play when he has the puck.

This is really a deep Canadian defense.

Looking forward to the third period.
I can see him getting a real shot at making the team this year as the #2 center. Probably playing between Bailey and Okposo. If that's the case I could see him having a pretty successful rookie year. Both Bailey and KO looked poised for breakout years.

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