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Who deserves the next call up?

View Poll Results: Who deserves the next call up?
Da Costa 3 5.17%
Pageau 20 34.48%
Schneider 0 0%
Petersson 3 5.17%
Prince 2 3.45%
Puempel 0 0%
Stone 14 24.14%
Robinsson 0 0%
JOB 1 1.72%
Claesson 5 8.62%
Ceci 6 10.34%
Wideman 3 5.17%
Other 1 1.72%
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12-03-2013, 04:33 PM
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Who deserves the next call up?

Based on their play in Bingo this year, who deserves the next call up?
Any first hand insight from our fans in Binghamton.

I left out Grant and Borowiecki because they just got sent down.

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Da Costa - 18gp 7g 13a 20pts +8
Pageau - 12gp 5g 9a 14pts +5
Schneider - 19gp 6g 7a 13pts +9
Prince - 19gp 5g 6a 11ptsa +2
Puempel - 21gp 6g 5a 11pts -6
Stone - 10gp 4g 4a 8pts +2
Petersson - 13gp 7g 4a 11pts +7
JOB - 12gp 1g 3a 4pts +/- 0
Robinson 19gp 5g 5a 10pts +8

Defense

Claesson - 21gp 0g 7a 7pts +16
Ceci - 21gp 2g 13a 15pts +7
Wideman - 19gp 2g 10a 12pts +2

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12-03-2013, 04:38 PM
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Mark Stone to replace Michalek.

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12-03-2013, 04:46 PM
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Luke Richardson,

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12-03-2013, 04:51 PM
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I'd go with Stone or Ceci, I wouldn't mind Ceci for a couple of games just to gauge where he is at. Stone along with Michalek & Smith or Grant on the 3rd line would be interesting. My guess is that BM/PM will likely bring back either Grant or Borocop at some point depending, if BM is able to trade some guys & how Hoffman does.

Why Wideman over Ceci?


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Stone can't last 5 games without breaking.
If we need a D it has to be someone who plays simple game like Boro or Claesson IMO.

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Claesson, maybe he can play defense.

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12-03-2013, 04:56 PM
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Stone is the easy choice here.

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12-03-2013, 05:07 PM
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Yes, I'm crazy. One of Prince, Pageau or Ceci.

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Wideman / Claesson
Stone

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Petersson

Stone would be first but since I think when he comes back up, it's for good, so he can get a little extra time for conditioning.

Claesson deserves a taste to keep him hungry, and Wideman probably deserves one too based on his development so far. Wideman probably fills a need better right now.

And at some point, Speedy Petey should get one more shot to impress before he goes back to Europe next year (assuming Hoffman doesn't kill it)

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ceci good puck mover skates well not brain dead in his own end playing verry well right now.

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Wideman then Pageau and Da Costa.

Just forget that Ceci even exists for this season. Leave him be.

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Ceci!

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Pageau and Ceci. But I only expect Pageau.

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yup he is the type of player we all want to trade for

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yup he is the type of player we all want to trade for
And if they play them before he is ready, people will declare him a bust and demand he be traded

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In my opinion the next player up should be in response to an injury. For some reason I see it being Prince. Maybe that's just wishful thinking.

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I'd like to see how Prince's energy held up at this level.

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Pageau and Borowiecki (again).

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Voted for Stone as the team requires a scoring winger. No point in bringing up Pageau yet to centre the 4th line.

I believe Zibanejad deserves a centre role, and the Conacher-Zibby-Michalek line can be as valuable as the Conacher-Zibby-Silf "kid" line last year.

Hoffman looked like a speedier version of Denis Hamel last night. Hopefully he will get one in the next few games, nothing like a goal to get his confidence going, especially since he has already been tearing it up in the minors. I have never been sold on him at this level, but I wish him all the success in the world.

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Wideman / Claesson
Stone

Far distant

Petersson

Stone would be first but since I think when he comes back up, it's for good, so he can get a little extra time for conditioning.

Claesson deserves a taste to keep him hungry, and Wideman probably deserves one too based on his development so far. Wideman probably fills a need better right now.

And at some point, Speedy Petey should get one more shot to impress before he goes back to Europe next year (assuming Hoffman doesn't kill it)
Completely agree with this.

I think Hoffman is here to stay. He'll have to clear waivers to go back down to the AHL and I feel like someone would claim him. I would expect a forward and a D to get traded before we callup any other players though.

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I liked Grant when he was up. Thought it was unfortunate he got sent down.

To me he showed he's ready to play bottom 6 minutes.

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If you take a pie out of the oven too early, it won't be done. and if you take it out and try to put it back in minutes after you tried it, it still wont cook right. This applies to cody ceci, let him take a full un interrupted season of pro, Im down for Prince, Pageau, or Puempel , or anyone else who has a p starting their name.

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If you take a pie out of the oven too early, it won't be done. and if you take it out and try to put it back in minutes after you tried it, it still wont cook right. This applies to cody ceci, let him take a full un interrupted season of pro, Im down for Prince, Pageau, or Puempel , or anyone else who has a p starting their name.
While I agree with your point on Ceci, the same should be applied for Puempel. Still needs to round out his game.

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Ceci has definitely been a huge surprise for me this year in Bingo. I thought it would take him longer to find his game. While he has been good, he still has a lot to work on. He gets knocked off the puck a lot- this is due to his lack of size and strength, both will come with time, but they're important attributes which are needed in the NHL. Second, I find his defensive game to be lacking. I know a lot of people will argue me on this, but he gets caught out of position a lot. He needs to work on his coverage and overall defensive awareness.

Apart from that, Ceci is awesome. He's moves the puck really well, his transition game is excellent (can go from defense mode to offense really quick), he QB's and holds the points on the PP really well, and he has good speed. I really look forward to him getting a call-up next year.

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