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10-17-2003, 02:58 PM
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Calder Race

Which prospect of your team have the most chance to win the Calder Trophy


For montreal : Michael Ryder ( LW ) , Watch this guy he is awesome .

 
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10-17-2003, 03:08 PM
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Toronto: Matt Stajan (C)

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Kings: Dustin Brown

*note: he may be sent down to ensure his development, but he's making it very tough on the coaches to do so. he currently has had a large impact on the game thus far.

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nobody from the sens.
the only possibility would be vermette and he wont be up for long

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For Nashville, we have Tootoo and Hamhuis. The best rookie in the NHL so far has been Zidlicky but I think he is around a half year too old. Hamhuis and Tootoo will be in the running but neither will win.

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I think Tim Gleason has a better chance for the Kings than Brown does.

Gleason's spot is set in stone, even when Miller and Norstrom return, he is still one of the top 6 d-man.

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For Nashville, we have Tootoo and Hamhuis. The best rookie in the NHL so far has been Zidlicky but I think he is around a half year too old. Hamhuis and Tootoo will be in the running but neither will win.
Not according to Weber. Most sites I've seen list him as a rookie too

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10-17-2003, 04:43 PM
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Edmonton doesn't really have any hopefuls. Bergeron, Stoll and Rita would be the only ones, but none of them will really get the ice time or the points to contend.

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Fleury for the pens, although Caron, Murley, Malone, Koltsov and Orpik are still eligible to win. (Yes, 6 rookies on the team and *some* people are complaining that Patrick signed veteran players during the offseason .)

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10-17-2003, 06:24 PM
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As it's been said the Pens have 6 eligible players on their current roster...

Fleury and Koltsov both have a good chance, but I'd say Fleury moreso than KK.

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If the Coyotes call up Taffe soon and give him top-2 line time, he could definitely make some noise. He is tearing up the A right now.

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10-17-2003, 06:35 PM
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Kobasew has the best chance though Lombardi and Betts have been impressive.

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Caps: Eminger, Gordon, Semin

Eminger has been playing nearly 20 min. a game as is, would be a frontrunner if not for a pitiful D-Corps. It's eating his +/-. He's been wonderful.

Semin and Gordon both on the board.

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With the demotion of Mike Komisarek, it looks like Hainsey is in Habland to stay.

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Orpik has been impressive too...
Stay at home Dmen don't win a lot of calders, but he's much more poised (no he's no Skoula, but he's no slouch either) than last year.

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10-18-2003, 07:42 AM
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Jason King has 1 goal in 3 games. Not hugely exciting, but he's the only rookie in our lineup.

However, who knows, if Fedor Fedorov is called up, he could do it.. he is blowing away the AHL right now - 1st in points!

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Piros and Exelby for the Thrashers.

I believe that neither has a serious chance.

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Konstantin Koltsov.
The kid is a freak.

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Andrew Peters Is leading the NHL in majors.

top that, skilled players.

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Jason King is the only rookie in the lineup, not Calder material. Fedor Fedorov is ripping up the AHL right now, if he gets called up and manages to keep playing well, he could make some noise; but I don't think any Canucks will take home that piece of hardware.

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Konstantin Koltsov.
The kid is a freak.
Koltsov's going to have to start converting some shots if he wants to contend, which I don't think he will. Fleury, however, will contend.

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Boston

Patrice Bergeron
gp5 g1 a3 pts4
average 10-12 minutes/games right now but with some good PP time

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Andrew Peters Is leading the NHL in majors.

top that, skilled players.
He also leads the league in getting his skull pounded in by Georges Laraque

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With the demotion of Mike Komisarek, it looks like Hainsey is in Habland to stay.
Hainsey plays LD, Komi RD...... Komisarek isn't playing only cause Brisebois, Rivet and Quintal are not injuried.

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Pitkanen... hands down.

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