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03-03-2005, 06:26 PM
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Remember Himelfarb?

I think we used to own his rights!
He seems to have sucess with the Grand Rapids Griffins. I know that he is really small but still, just to let you guys know whats up with him!


Himelfarb making noise for Griffins

Selective hearing.

Grand Rapids' Eric Himelfarb ranks among the AHL's top-scoring rookies in 2004-05.

Himelfarb brings a measure of grit to the Griffins’ attack.

His willingness and determination to get the job done have catapulted Himelfarb to second place on the Griffins both in scoring (31) and in goals (14). Himelfarb also stands ninth among AHL rookies in scoring.

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We don't own his right anymore. He wasn't sign by the Habs so the Wings took a chance with him. Don't know if he will be able to make the NHL but he seems to be good in the AHL.

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Eric Himelfarb caught my eye when I went to watch a couple of Sarnia games. I saw them for the purpose of watching Alexnader Buturlin.

Himelfarb is a dime-a-dozen player in the AHL. Small, skilled with average speed. He also attended Ottawa's training camp when the Canadiens didn't offer him a contract. Then, returned to junior as an overager. Not a good sign.

From what I've read, I doubt Detroit has any serious plans for him in the future. I'd say Corey Locke is one notch better than Himelfarb. Nobody's suggesting Locke will develop into a bona fide NHLer.

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Himelfarb...... his name makes me giggle.

Just like when I say "Lower Sackville"

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Originally Posted by Prrebel
Himelfarb...... his name makes me giggle.

Just like when I say "Lower Sackville"
Is there an upper Sackville or just Sackville ? Kind of like the intestine.

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