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03-05-2014, 10:18 PM
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Good coach or not - it's better than not having any goalie coach at all which probably impacted (negatively) the most his development.
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He was still the best goaltender in the AHL last month. He may have struggled a lot in Florida, but you'd be hard pressed to find an under 25 NHL goalie who hasnt had some serious bumps along the way.

Some other Panthers fan posted yesterday that Markstrom didnt even have a goalie coach in Florida and this poster seemed to think he was mistreated by the organization. I dont know if any of that is true or not, but I think its clear that a change of scenery will help both Luongo and Markstrom.
Markstrom had a goalie coach in Florida - Robb Tallas has been in that position in Florida since prior to the 2009-10 season.
http://www.nhl.com/ice/page.htm?id=63803

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Take this with a grain of salt but HF did a prospects ranking this summer, and Markstrom finished very, very high.


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1. Nathan MacKinnon, C - COL
2. Seth Jones, D - NSH
3. Evgeni Kuznetsov, RW - WSH
4. Jonathan Drouin, LW - TB
5. Alexander Barkov, C - FLA
6. Ryan Murray, D - CLB
7. Ryan Strome, C - NYI
8. Robin Lehner, G - OTT
9. Jacob Trouba, D - WPG
10. Elias Lindholm, C - CAR

11. Morgan Rielly, D - TOR
12. Sven Baertschi, LW - CGY
13. Mark Scheifele, C - WPG
14. Sean Monahan, C - CGY
15. Valeri Nichushkin, F - DAL
16. Mikhail Grigorenko, F - BUF
17. Mikael Granlund, C - MIN
18. Griffin Reinhart, D - NYI
19. Filip Forsberg, F - NSH
20. John Gibson, G - ANA

21. Jacob Markstrom, G - FLA
22. Hampus Lindholm, D - ANA
23. Oscar Klefbom, D - EDM
24. Darnell Nurse, D - EDM
25. Brandon Gormley, D - PHO
26. Rasmus Ristolainen, D - BUF
27. Andrei Vasilevskiy, G - TB
28. Bo Horvat, C - VAN
29. Matt Dumba, D - MIN
So maybe we did get more in the Luongo trade then we did in the Schneider deal

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03-05-2014, 10:24 PM
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he is enormous!

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03-05-2014, 10:25 PM
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Take this with a grain of salt but HF did a prospects ranking this summer, and Markstrom finished very, very high.




So maybe we did get more in the Luongo trade then we did in the Schneider deal
Now that he's a Canuck He'll fall off the map on every prospect ranking.

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03-05-2014, 10:33 PM
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Raw: Markstrom 03.05.14
Jacob Markstrom talks to the media Wednesday after taking part in his first Canucks practice.



Raw: Tortorella 03.05.14
John Tortorella talks to reporters about Ryan Kesler and Jacob Markstrom following Wednesday's practice in Phoenix.


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03-05-2014, 10:34 PM
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Markstrom had a goalie coach in Florida - Robb Tallas has been in that position in Florida since prior to the 2009-10 season.
http://www.nhl.com/ice/page.htm?id=63803
There was no goalie coach in San Antonio, where Markstrom has spent most of his pro career. Tallas works in Florida. I don't think they spent very much time at all together.

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There was no goalie coach in San Antonio, where Markstrom has spent most of his pro career. Tallas works in Florida. I don't think they spent very much time at all together.
There are not many AHL teams with goalie coaches.

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Take this with a grain of salt but HF did a prospects ranking this summer, and Markstrom finished very, very high.




So maybe we did get more in the Luongo trade then we did in the Schneider deal
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03-05-2014, 10:41 PM
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Raw: Markstrom 03.05.14
Jacob Markstrom talks to the media Wednesday after taking part in his first Canucks practice.



Raw: Tortorella 03.05.14
John Tortorella talks to reporters about Ryan Kesler and Jacob Markstrom following Wednesday's practice in Phoenix.

so there no interview on Shawn Mattias yet.....

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03-05-2014, 10:48 PM
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Now that he's a Canuck He'll fall off the map on every prospect ranking.
He was doing a good job of that himself in Florida. Hopefully Rollie can get him a GPS and get him back on the map.

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so there no interview on Shawn Mattias yet.....
He doesn't join the team until tomorrow

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He's huge at 6'6"-6'7". If he plays deep in his net like Eddie does whos 6'4", hell be very good.

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03-05-2014, 10:57 PM
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From early this season in Florida.

Players in the Pipeline - Markstrom
At look at goaltender Jacob Markstrom
10/23/2013 0:46 Mins


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03-05-2014, 10:59 PM
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I assume we will see him on this home stand....

Thur - Dallas
Sat - Calgary
Mon - Islanders

Edit: Didn't realize the Stars were a road game, unlikely he would play tomorrow anyways. Maybe Monday?

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03-05-2014, 11:31 PM
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He's huge at 6'6"-6'7". If he plays deep in his net like Eddie does whos 6'4", hell be very good.
IIRC, he play very deep in his net and that's what Rollie preaches

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03-05-2014, 11:36 PM
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SCOUTING REPORT

Assets: Has exceptional quickness for a big-sized goaltender, outstanding competitive spirit and big-save ability. Covers a ton of net with his size (6-6, 196 pounds) alone.

Flaws: Must keep his emotions in check, since he can get a little rattled in pressure situations and lose his positioning in the net. Also needs to fill out his huge frame.

Career Potential: Towering, talented goaltender with big upside.
http://forecaster.thehockeynews.com/...layer.php?6806

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SCOUTING REPORT

Assets: Has exceptional quickness for a big-sized goaltender, outstanding competitive spirit and big-save ability. Covers a ton of net with his size (6-6, 196 pounds) alone.

Flaws: Must keep his emotions in check, since he can get a little rattled in pressure situations and lose his positioning in the net. Also needs to fill out his huge frame.

Career Potential: Towering, talented goaltender with big upside.
http://forecaster.thehockeynews.com/...layer.php?6806
Great, another mentally weak goalie...

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03-05-2014, 11:42 PM
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Wonder if he'll start in Dallas.

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He's huge at 6'6"-6'7". If he plays deep in his net like Eddie does whos 6'4", hell be very good.
Does anyone know if he's closer to 6'6" or 6'7"?

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03-05-2014, 11:43 PM
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Wonder if he'll start in Dallas.
unlikely if we are pushing for playoff Lack will start

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unlikely if we are pushing for playoff Lack will start
Lack's played well but he's lost a few lately and we're going to have to start Markstrom eventually. Might as well do it in another arena and against a team that isn't a powerhouse. Gotta trust him to win those 2 points for us like Lack has done (most of the season).

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Does anyone know if he's closer to 6'6" or 6'7"?
6'6". Which is about 6'8" on skates

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6'6". Which is about 6'8" on skates
you should see the youtube shootout vid I posted recently in this thread. You really notice just how gigantic he is during a shootout. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HrUp8fs3M0

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6'6". Which is about 6'8" on skates

After a certain point, the height works more against him than for him. A very tall player is that much more awkward in his movement. The best case scenario here, I think, is if he's the next Ben Bishop. A guy who can play well at that extreme height range.

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you should see the youtube shootout vid I posted recently in this thread. You really notice just how gigantic he is during a shootout.
Gigantic goalies are the future. Allen, Bishop and Markström
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After a certain point, the height works more against him than for him. A very tall player is that much more awkward in his movement. The best case scenario here, I think, is if he's the next Ben Bishop.
He's very flexible.

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