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08-30-2012, 10:22 AM
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Looks to me like 50 Shades of Grey, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and....Twilight?

Apparently he likes it when they "shparkle."
He must have a different edition of Grey because none of those look like the one on my bed side.

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No, I'm saying that comparisons between Turris and Fisher; to the point of saying how easily or surely he'll be able to step only Fisher's shoes are tremendously premature, bordering on absurd.
One certainly holds a key to more upside, and realistic upside, not that "if everything works out perfectly type upside".

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08-30-2012, 10:46 AM
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One certainly holds a key to more upside, and realistic upside, not that "if everything works out perfectly type upside".
One makes those around him better and one makes those around him redundant. I'm glad we have the playmaker with a poor man joe's sakic pedigree.

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08-30-2012, 11:04 AM
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He must have a different edition of Grey because none of those look like the one on my bed side.
Maybe I should have said 50 Trades of Grey

...or I could cut the lame jokes.

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08-30-2012, 11:59 AM
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Just a quick question.... If there is a lockout, do the players not lose that year of their current deals?

If so, these extensions could be the result of Murray wanting to make sure that Karlsson and Turris are all signed up and ready to go once hockey resumes...

I like the deal either way, I have "Pink Floyd Song" for Turris!

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08-30-2012, 12:23 PM
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Maybe I should have said 50 Trades of Grey

...or I could cut the lame jokes.
I think i ruined it

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08-30-2012, 02:48 PM
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Posted in the main board Turris thread:

"In our final victory of the season, Turris scored 2 goals (The first to tie it at 1 late in the first) and 2 assists (putting us up 2-1 and 3-1). Without that victory we don't make the playoffs.

Two games before, he scored to put us up 3-2 and then assisted on a 5-4 goal 24 seconds after Winnipeg tied it at 4-4, with only 2 and a half minutes left.

The game before, he assisted on the 4th goal and scored the 5th goal- a game winner- in an 8-5 victory over Pittsburgh.

A few games earlier he scored the 3-1 put away goal in a 4-1 victory over NYR.

The game before he scored the 3rd goal in a 7-3 victory.

A few nights earlier, he assisted on the 2nd goal and scored the 5th goal in a 5-2 victory.

He had an assist in a 6-0 thrashing of the Isles a few nights earlier.

A few nights earlier he scored to put us up 2-1 on the Bruins. They rallied and beat us 4-3.

A few nights before that he scored the 1st goal and assisted on the 2nd goal in a 4-1 victory over SJ.

The game before that, he scored the 3rd goal in a 3-2 win over Toronto.

A few games earlier, he scored the 1st goal in a 3-2 SO victory over Montreal.

Two games before that, he assisted on the 1st goal in a 5-1 victory over Pittsburgh.

The day before, he assisted on the 1st goal in a 6-4 victory over Philly.

2 games before that, he had the game winner and assisted on the insurance marker against Tampa in a 4-1 victory.

Two games earlier, he assisted on the 1-1 tying goal in a 3-2 SO victory over BUffalo.

Several games earlier, he assisted on the game winning OT goal in a 4-3 victory over Florida.

The game before, he had his first assist on a game winner in a 4-1 victory over Buffalo.

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All that said, Turris had 1 goal and 3 assists in games we lost. We were 26-23 with him in the lineup. I our 26 victories, Turris had 25 pts. So, while Turris might be inconsistent and while he might have much more to prove before he's considered a game changing talent, he clearly was a huge factor in our victories, when he was on he made us a significantly more dangerous team, and if you take him out of our lineup last year you can make the case that we would be much closer to the lottery than we would be to the playoffs.

I rest my case"

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08-30-2012, 03:12 PM
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very happy about this extension. We have lacked a true second line center really spezza's entire tenure, Turris I think will finally give us that missing piece.

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08-30-2012, 03:20 PM
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very happy about this extension. We have lacked a true second line center really spezza's entire tenure, Turris I think will finally give us that missing piece.
Fisher a 1st line center! (at bottom)
Good to see our 3rd line center go on to become a 1st line center (just kidding)!
I hope Turris can produce as well as Fisher. Fisher was never regarded here as a true 2nd liner center because of his north south game and perhaps too high of a standard for 2nd liner, I think the standards have become lower for Turris.

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08-30-2012, 03:49 PM
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Fisher a 1st line center! (at bottom)
Good to see our 3rd line center go on to become a 1st line center (just kidding)!
I hope Turris can produce as well as Fisher. Fisher was never regarded here as a true 2nd liner center because of his north south game and perhaps too high of a standard for 2nd liner, I think the standards have become lower for Turris.
Fisher also played on some pretty high end, offensive teams during his tenure and never produced at a consistent level. He often left fans wanting more offensively. He is what he is, a great defensive center that can chip in offensively. Turris on the other hand is the better play-maker, which is ideal for playing center. Snipers on the wings, play-makers down the middle to feed them. Now... where to put Silfverberg???

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08-30-2012, 04:08 PM
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I believe Turris will continue in a linear development curve. When he is around 26 i wouldn't be surprised to see him put up 65-75 points. Playing with Alfie has really wore off on him, you can see it when he distributes the puck.

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Looks to me like 50 Shades of Grey, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and....Twilight?

Apparently he likes it when they "shparkle."
People that read Hitchhikers guide do not read that other ****.

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All that said, Turris had 1 goal and 3 assists in games we lost. We were 26-23 with him in the lineup. I our 26 victories, Turris had 25 pts. So, while Turris might be inconsistent and while he might have much more to prove before he's considered a game changing talent, he clearly was a huge factor in our victories, when he was on he made us a significantly more dangerous team, and if you take him out of our lineup last year you can make the case that we would be much closer to the lottery than we would be to the playoffs.

I rest my case"
I'd wouldn't call Turris a game changing talent but a game controlling talent who thrives in this possession style environment. The type of player who can play in any situation and set the pace of the game. I see him bringing almost the same balanced game and impact that Zetterberg did/does.

I'll say it again, but I'm really happy we've committed long term to this player.

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08-30-2012, 07:54 PM
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People that read Hitchhikers guide do not read that other ****.
I know, I just threw it in for variety's sake. And the only one I read of the three.

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I'd wouldn't call Turris a game changing talent but a game controlling talent who thrives in this possession style environment. The type of player who can play in any situation and set the pace of the game. I see him bringing almost the same balanced game and impact that Zetterberg did/does.

I'll say it again, but I'm really happy we've committed long term to this player.
Yeah thats what I was getting at. He won't take over a game but he can definitely dictate the pace and the outcome when he's on the ice. And, when he's at his best AND scoring, he's usually going to get you the win.

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08-30-2012, 09:06 PM
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Must be getting ready to trade Spezza.

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Turris will be the x factor if the sens hope to reach the playoffs (assuming no major injuries). I can see him hitting 60+ this year.

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Must be getting ready to trade Spezza.
Well this is clearly the only logical explanation for this sudden signing.

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by the end of the contract hell be worth way more, a 60-65 point guy but with good line mates could get 70+ imo

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off schenn's stick, flutters high=luck (no?) maybe not

this guy's going to be grumpy in 3 years only making 3.5 mil, no?





maybe not

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off schenn's stick, flutters high=luck (no?) maybe not

this guy's going to be grumpy in 3 years only making 3.5 mil, no?




maybe not
No...

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Wasn't it now?

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Fisher also played on some pretty high end, offensive teams during his tenure and never produced at a consistent level. He often left fans wanting more offensively. He is what he is, a great defensive center that can chip in offensively. Turris on the other hand is the better play-maker, which is ideal for playing center. Snipers on the wings, play-makers down the middle to feed them. Now... where to put Silfverberg???
1) Fisher point paces during the 5 full season he was Ottawa's 2nd line C = 53, 58, 49, 34, 55

A range of 9 points in seasons other than one's in which Hartsburg decides that we don't need to play offense.

That looks pretty consistent and consistently higher than the 43 points that Turris was on pace for this year.

2) Turris just played with better linemates than Fisher ever had in his entire career.

Fisher 2005-2010 = Ottawa Linemates
2010 Kovalev = 98th in scoring @ 49 pts
2006 Schaefer = 115th in scoring @ 50 pts
2007 Schaefer = 120th in scoring @ 46 pts


Turris this season =
2012 Alfie = 59th in scoring @ 59 points

1/3 = Foligno = 110th in scoring @ 47 points
1/3 = Greening (152nd)/Michalek (56th)

Yes, Fisher played on high scoring teams.
No, Fisher did not play with high scoring linemates.


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