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02-08-2014, 09:21 PM
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Connor Crisp has offensive talent! 3 points tonight
Yeah, he was drafted pretty high in the OHL draft, so his role was never supposed to be that of an enforcer or grinder at the junior level.

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02-08-2014, 11:20 PM
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New episode of quest to the cup tonight at 6. It's on the Knights' outdoor game among other things.


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02-09-2014, 01:02 AM
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De La Rose's speed is ridiculous, can't wait to see him on the forecheck in the not so distant future. Anybody see any nhl upside in Gregoire? I haven't seen very many Baie Comeau games.

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He will be a poor man's Scott Neidermayer, solid 2nd or 3rd Dman Subban RD & Tinord LD. Second pairing LD behind Tinordi, partnered with Emelin.



Consistency was & still is the difference between 1st & 3rd rounds. Pacman is streaky too, I hope he can be just as streaky.





DLR could benefit from a year in the OHL, Bennett should make the Habs.

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Subban - Beaulieu
Tinordi - Emelin
Bennett - Pateryn
Gorges - Thrower
Ellis - Drewiske

Solid defence for a decade.
A poor man's Scott Niedermayer? Now that's optimism, you must mean a very very very poor man, like homeless. I don't think there's any comparison to be made between a guy who will have an uphill climb to make the NHL to one of the best defencemen of all time. I'm as optimistic a Habs prospect watcher as any but that is far too much praise for Bennett.

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02-09-2014, 07:25 AM
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De La Rose's speed is ridiculous, can't wait to see him on the forecheck in the not so distant future. Anybody see any nhl upside in Gregoire? I haven't seen very many Baie Comeau games.
Gregoire started season on fire, but since about Halloween he must be cold as it gets. The first 15 games games he was among leading scorers in Q, now he is way less than ppg.

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02-09-2014, 10:37 AM
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A poor man's Scott Niedermayer? Now that's optimism, you must mean a very very very poor man, like homeless. I don't think there's any comparison to be made between a guy who will have an uphill climb to make the NHL to one of the best defencemen of all time. I'm as optimistic a Habs prospect watcher as any but that is far too much praise for Bennett.
I think he meant the style of play... not the level of play. At least that is my definition of a "poor man's version." He certainly didn't say a poor man's Scott Stevens which would have been ridiculous.

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02-09-2014, 10:42 AM
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Connor Crisp had a goal and two assists last night. First star for him in the 7-1 victory. All three of his points were nice, especially his first assist, which demonstrated skill and patience. As I've said before, I think that he has more skill than us Habs fans often give him credit for. He sits third in Wolves goalscoring with 22 goals, ahead of Mathew Campagna (15) and Radek Faksa (19). Crisp is also fourth in Wolves points, with 44 in 51 games, 7 points ahead of fifth place Faksa.

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De La Rose's speed is ridiculous, can't wait to see him on the forecheck in the not so distant future. Anybody see any nhl upside in Gregoire? I haven't seen very many Baie Comeau games.
Yes. Gregoire works very hard. He brings a consistent, physical effort to every game. Not the most skilled player, but he thinks the game well and has a good nose for the net. He had a good run last month, but since has been held pointless despite shooting a ton. 47 points in 51 games is still good production. Around a point-per-game was where I expected him to be this season.

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Maybe it's just me, but if DLR is going to get a bigger role (ie top 6) I wouldn't oppose him staying in SEL. Unlike with Collberg, his team seems to actually play him a lot and he seems to be improving.

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02-09-2014, 12:20 PM
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Gregoire started season on fire, but since about Halloween he must be cold as it gets. The first 15 games games he was among leading scorers in Q, now he is way less than ppg.
He has 47 pts in 51 games. Haven't watched Baie-Comeau in a while, but he must have lost some key ice time with the arrivals of Hudon and St-Cyr.

My guess for the lines(That could confirm or infirm it though):

Hudon - Girard - Zykov
Gamelin - St-Cyr - Gorbunov
Paquin-Boudreau - Grégoire - Ranger
Imama - Banville - Poulin/Halagian

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02-09-2014, 12:38 PM
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He has 47 pts in 51 games. Haven't watched Baie-Comeau in a while, but he must have lost some key ice time with the arrivals of Hudon and St-Cyr.

My guess for the lines(That could confirm or infirm it though):

Hudon - Girard - Zykov
Gamelin - St-Cyr - Gorbunov
Paquin-Boudreau - Grégoire - Ranger
Imama - Banville - Poulin/Halagian
Wow. That first line...

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02-09-2014, 01:42 PM
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Wow. That first line...
For realz!

What are BCs chances to go to the memorial cup?

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02-09-2014, 01:51 PM
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For realz!

What are BCs chances to go to the memorial cup?
They'd be the favorites at this point in the Q but it's still very tight. Top 6 teams have just as good a shot at winning the Q.

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02-09-2014, 01:55 PM
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They'd be the favorites at this point in the Q but it's still very tight. Top 6 teams have just as good a shot at winning the Q.
Ah thanks! How does it work again? It's all the league champs versus the host team right?

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02-09-2014, 01:58 PM
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Ah thanks! How does it work again? It's all the league champs versus the host team right?
yeap, unless London wins the OHL, then it would be the OHL finalists who'd go. Otherwise, WHL champs, OHL champs, QMJHL champs and this year's hosts the London Knights.

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02-09-2014, 02:08 PM
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yeap, unless London wins the OHL, then it would be the OHL finalists who'd go. Otherwise, WHL champs, OHL champs, QMJHL champs and this year's hosts the London Knights.
Thanks again. Yeah, it looks like there's a good chance to see a few of our guys in it again this year!

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02-09-2014, 03:03 PM
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connor crisp looks goooooooooooooooood

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Crisp has definitely been impressive. Surprised by his playmaking.

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