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04-03-2014, 06:00 PM
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04-03-2014, 06:04 PM
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Emelin is Markov's partner. Maybe they both want to play together...
Plus Beaulieu on the right. Won't happen at this point.
We can expect coaches to try multiple players but you should see them at their position with PO in mind.
I agree that Markov and Emelin is a solid duo but know that Beaulieu played very well on the right side during his last call up.

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04-03-2014, 06:07 PM
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So that helps you for a week, then what?

Playing d-men 28 minutes a game is a recipe for failure.
They both average 25 min/game with lesser players, so I guess they can handle 28 minutes a night together.

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04-03-2014, 06:15 PM
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Great news. Bad news is that Murray will come back.....and Bouillon will still play. Therrien will most definately go back to his vets in no time.
Quite possible that this happens, although I'm not fully convinced of it either. Let's just see if beaulieu can pick up where he left off. Thats step one.

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04-03-2014, 06:39 PM
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I believe he will. Unlimited roster now, but limited call ups.
Beaulieu will stay up for good, IMO. It's better for him, even if he just trains with the team. Rounding out to form with the team's system as it prepares for the playoffs are better for Beaulieu if he is called to action than just being called up in an emergency and not being on the same page as the rest of the team….

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I won't get my hopes up. I would like to see Beaulieu and Tinordi ahead of Murray and Bouillon, but I honestly don't expect it to last. :S

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I won't get my hopes up. I would like to see Beaulieu and Tinordi ahead of Murray and Bouillon, but I honestly don't expect it to last. :S
Yeah, same here. I'm excited as hell to see him in the next three to five games but once the playoffs come, Therrien will lean on his veterans. All NHL coaches do this.

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Great news! Was wondering all day why he wasn't with us already. I'm hoping Therrien puts him in the line-up. I'm hoping he isn't press boxed as insurance in case of an injury.

I'd kind of like to see (not taking in account side they play on):
Emelin-Markov
Beaulieu-Subban
Tinordi-Weaver

I think Beaulieu Subban may be too risky, giving away turnovers. Though I think these can eventually build good chemistry and keep these pairs for the PP. Not sure if it's the time to experiment, even though it could be a better combo than with Bouillon.

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In his last 22 games Beaulieu have 11 points and -13.

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In his last 22 games Beaulieu have 11 points and -13.
Yeeah thats bad and the dogs are really bad too so not entirely his fault. Beaulieu actually makes a quick first pass and gives us more options.

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04-03-2014, 07:34 PM
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Tinordi has struggled the last few games, playing him against tough competition with Subban doesn't strike me as a recipe for success.
Subban doesn't play against the tough competition.

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I agree that Markov and Emelin is a solid duo but know that Beaulieu played very well on the right side during his last call up.
LOL,
there goes my dream of one day having all our D playing their natural positions

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The most Beaulieu and the most Tinordi, the better it is.

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Yeeah thats bad and the dogs are really bad too so not entirely his fault. Beaulieu actually makes a quick first pass and gives us more options.
Not to mention his game improves with the level of talent around him.
Heck he'd probably be a superstar in San Jose by now

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lol not the first time Fate has made a better coaching decision than MT

Go Nathan! Be strong! Be humble!
He had his name tattooed on his body.

I wouldn't count on humility too much

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04-03-2014, 08:02 PM
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In his last 22 games Beaulieu have 11 points and -13.
Devan Dubnyk is the goalie in Hamilton.

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too bad murray didnt do something like this earlier


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Devan Dubnyk is the goalie in Hamilton.
Mayer is a likeable kid, but is a bit of a dog between the pipes.

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Hmmm, I could've sworn that I heard calling him up was a step towards ruining him...

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In his last 22 games Beaulieu have 11 points and -13.
BUT in 22 NHL games he is a PLUS TEN

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BUT in 22 NHL games he is a PLUS TEN
AHL Games matter more than NHL Games

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BUT in 22 NHL games he is a PLUS TEN
Like i said he'd probably be a superstar in San Jose by now

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Tinordi has struggled the last few games, playing him against tough competition with Subban doesn't strike me as a recipe for success.
He had one glaring mistake against Columbus but has otherwise been good.

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