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02-11-2013, 07:55 AM
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I'm just going to throw it out there. Schroeder needs a beard for the playoffs
Fifth from left, I see him!

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02-11-2013, 09:51 AM
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if he doesn't stick, he'll be back soon

i wouldnt be surprised to see him in the AHL until past the deadline after booth/kes return. think tanev
He's very much at the point where lots of icetime in the AHL is likely not the most beneficial way to develop him as a player. He's capable of playing 15 minutes a night in the NHL during the regular season and he should be doing just that. He can play a regular shift on any line and get on one PP unit (honestly when Kesler and Booth are back I look to move Burrows and Raymond off the PP unit...certainly Burrows who just isn't a PP guy). Perhaps you start giving him a PK shift to see how he does.

He needs to be in the NHL right now and until such a time that his play really drops off. Thing is, his play to me is getting stronger. He's learning and getting better. Keep him up.

When we all thought the canucks wanted to go with three scoring lines last year we were all happy and then deadline day came and they switched gears because, well, they had a chance to get Kassian and because they no longer wanted to protect Hodgson on the defensive side of things. Schroeder is not Hodgson. His defensive play is far superior and it may just allow the canucks to go with those 3 "scoring" lines because that third line will still be able to perform on the defensive side of the puck. Honestly, with Kesler back you know Kesler is going to draw the defensive assignment. The twins are going to go up against the other teams best defensive center. That guy tends to tends to be one of the top 2 centers in this day and age. The canucks third line will go up against the the opposition third or fourth lines more often than not. Seems like an ideal place for Raymond, Schroeder and Hansen to provide solid defense and some offense. We're talking 3 40ish point guys from the third line. If only Raymond was 6'4" and 220lbs while still being able to skate like the wind.

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02-11-2013, 12:49 PM
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Fifth from left, I see him!
It really does look like him

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02-11-2013, 01:05 PM
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Fifth from left, I see him!


...and Luongo is to the left of him.

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02-11-2013, 01:25 PM
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Anybody have the picture of his celebration after his first goal?

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02-11-2013, 01:28 PM
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Anybody have the picture of his celebration after his first goal?

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02-11-2013, 01:51 PM
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Anybody have the picture of his celebration after his first goal?
Check the previous page. His face was pretty priceless.

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02-11-2013, 01:59 PM
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I have very fond memories of the Luper. Looked like everyone's kid brother that you couldn't help but cheer for him. Busted his ass every game and made it through sheer hard work.
Just went to the previous page to the see the pic of Schroeder celebrating and saw the Lupul mentions. I knew him personally (Powell River native), he was an awesome guy. Non stop energy and positivity.

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Lol I love the first goal glove in the face tradition. Even Lu got the blocker in there

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02-11-2013, 05:28 PM
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He'll get waived first. I'm not sure how he hurts you? Campoli would have been better, but then you would have to waive him too based on this situation.


Like others, I think Ebbett+Barker get waived first. Schroeder should be kept up.
I just meant that it prevents you from having waiver-free young players on the team who may be sent down just because they don't want to lose these depth players. Especially for a guy who can't play.

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02-11-2013, 08:59 PM
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Not sure if anyone else has mentioned it, but Schroeder is currently the most-searched player on hockeydb.

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I just meant that it prevents you from having waiver-free young players on the team who may be sent down just because they don't want to lose these depth players. Especially for a guy who can't play.


True, it's always better to have those types around vs. the waiver eligible types. It seldom works out there, but that is the ideal.


For this situation, I think it's no big loss losing a guy like Barker and then consequently signing Campoli to compensate. In fact, I'd prefer it.



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Not sure if anyone else has mentioned it, but Schroeder is currently the most-searched player on hockeydb.



Good catch! All Canucks fans maybe?

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02-11-2013, 09:53 PM
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True, it's always better to have those types around vs. the waiver eligible types. It seldom works out there, but that is the ideal.


For this situation, I think it's no big loss losing a guy like Barker and then consequently signing Campoli to compensate. In fact, I'd prefer it.
Certainly no big loss at all, but the Canucks seem to think otherwise. Disturbs me that they actually think he's worth keeping around at all. I'd much prefer Campoli over him too. Now he's signed in Europe IIRC.

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Certainly no big loss at all, but the Canucks seem to think otherwise. Disturbs me that they actually think he's worth keeping around at all. I'd much prefer Campoli over him too. Now he's signed in Europe IIRC.
Had Visa issues according to Twitter a few days ago, IIRC. He's still a UFA and open to being signed.

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Do I see shades of Jeff Tambellini

Terrible comparisons aside, I love the kid's grit and clearly MayRay does too. Kesler needs to stay away from these guys at all cost.

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02-12-2013, 04:38 AM
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Had Visa issues according to Twitter a few days ago, IIRC. He's still a UFA and open to being signed.
Thanks. Can't see him going the whole season not getting signed by anybody - hopefully it's the Canucks.

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02-12-2013, 10:07 AM
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Sunday recount didn't give Schroeder the two assists he's owed. Booo!

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02-12-2013, 12:19 PM
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Sunday recount didn't give Schroeder the two assists he's owed. Booo!
Strange... I would think he's owed 1 assist on the Bieksa goal at the very least.

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Strange... I would think he's owed 1 assist on the Bieksa goal at the very least.
Probably didn't look at it in too much detail. Nobody in the media brought it up either so I doubt they even realized there was something to fix there. Although it's a weird double standard: if the Raymond goal didn't have any assists due to the clear then why did the Thornton goal have assists on the botched clear by Garrison?

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Oh my he's tiny! I knew he was small, but he looks so much smaller than the twins.

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Oh my he's tiny! I knew he was small, but he looks so much smaller than the twins.
Twins are 6'2"...

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Probably didn't look at it in too much detail. Nobody in the media brought it up either so I doubt they even realized there was something to fix there. Although it's a weird double standard: if the Raymond goal didn't have any assists due to the clear then why did the Thornton goal have assists on the botched clear by Garrison?
Seems like it's up to the interpretation of the scorekeepers at each arena. If HQ looks at them I imagine a more consistent standard would be applied.

On the goal by Juice, without watching the replay or reading it in this thread I wouldn't even have realized it was Schroeder who dumped it in. Perhaps they just thought Hansen touched it (however lightly) and didn't bother to look into it any further.

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I just meant that it prevents you from having waiver-free young players on the team who may be sent down just because they don't want to lose these depth players. Especially for a guy who can't play.
I think we need to think of other elements to coaching live hockey players. They arent part of a video game. They are real people and there are consequences for actions you take with any player.

Sending Schroeder down to protect Barker (ebbett would be the first to go and nobodys picking him up) is just a ridiculous coaching strategy.

Who picks up Barker?

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02-12-2013, 03:24 PM
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Twins are 6'2"...
Okay, then he is 5'5" to 5'6" max. Not that there is anything wrong with that. I like how he plays. He is good defensively, and has excellent skills. I know now, seeing him with the twins, why some people call him "Smurf". Although, if he can be effective at his size, it does not matter.

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