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03-14-2006, 11:32 PM
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Tambellini - First NHL Goal

Jeff Tambellini netted his first NHL goal tonight, as a long time fan of Jeff's, I'd love to get a clip of it. Is anyone able to get one? Thanks in advance for your efforts.

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your best bet is just go to NHL website, to the scores section and find the Islanders game and they have highlights of all the goals.

http://www.nhl.com/scores/index.html

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awesome! after 7 games, he finally nets one.

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A King fan here.

I am pissed that the Kings traded Tambellini. I hope he does well for your team.
I watched him closely after the Kings drafted him - at Michigan, at the World Juniors at the Kings July Rookie Camps, at training camp, and at Manchester.
I am hearing the reason why the Kings were willing to part with him, was because in the 4 games he played on the Kings this year, he didn't play Andy Murray's system - Andy was pissed and told the Kings executives.

THIS SUCKS, (for King fans) because Jeff is a player.

Did you know:

*Jeff ranked #1 among ALL draftees in conditioning at the draft combines, in his draft year. #1.
* Sidney Crosby (when playing in his first World Juniors) said that "Jeff is the best player I've ever played with" (something like that)
* From the training camps I saw Jeff, his wrist shot was on par with Palffys (in 2003) and Demitra. Probably better than Demitra.
His shot is wicked in terms of release, velocity and accuracy. Absolutely incredible. Joe Sakic-like.

Even if the Kings are able to sign Parrish, and Sopel plays better than he did for you guys, we lost the trade.

Grebeshkov is okay. I wish him well. I won't miss him too much, as the Kings have Visnovsky and Corvo as offensive defensemen.

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Top 10 candidates for AHL’s Rookie of the Year

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Jeff Tambellini, LW, New York Islanders
Acquired in a recent trade involving NHLer Mark Parrish, former Los Angeles Kings prospect and current New York Islanders prospect Jeff Tambellini has picked up in the professional ranks where he left off in the college ones – piling up points. The 21-year-old has earned a spot on the Islanders roster, and will likely play out the year there. A standout forward for the University of Michigan during the past three seasons, Tambellini ranked second on the Monarchs with an even 56 points in 56 games before he was dealt on the eve of the trade deadline. While the 5’11, 186-pound left wing has always been a more than capable scorer, he used his time in Michigan to develop his defensive game, resulting in a + 17 rating in his rookie campaign with Manchester, tied for the team lead before the deal.

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Only thing I never liked about Jeff was his skating and strength.

Except those can be taught. Very easily.

He seems a lot stronger on the puck but just a bit sluggish with his first step. Nothing even remotely bad, just average.

But Christ does he have an amazing shot.

This kid is gonna be a great player. At the bare minimum a 2nd liner.

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Originally Posted by Jon Prescription
Only thing I never liked about Jeff was his skating and strength.

Except those can be taught. Very easily.

He seems a lot stronger on the puck but just a bit sluggish with his first step. Nothing even remotely bad, just average.

But Christ does he have an amazing shot.

This kid is gonna be a great player. At the bare minimum a 2nd liner.
what are you talking about?????

the guy is known for his skating ability. he plays a tenacious skating game similar to jason blake.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jon Prescription
Only thing I never liked about Jeff was his skating and strength.

Except those can be taught. Very easily.

He seems a lot stronger on the puck but just a bit sluggish with his first step. Nothing even remotely bad, just average.

But Christ does he have an amazing shot.

This kid is gonna be a great player. At the bare minimum a 2nd liner.


Yeah.. umm... speachless here.

Tambellini was the 2nd fastest skater at the ahl skills competition off the top of my head. He is known for his speed and overall excellent skating ability. And then there's his shot..

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jon Prescription
Only thing I never liked about Jeff was his skating and strength.

Except those can be taught. Very easily.

He seems a lot stronger on the puck but just a bit sluggish with his first step. Nothing even remotely bad, just average.

But Christ does he have an amazing shot.

This kid is gonna be a great player. At the bare minimum a 2nd liner.
Skating didn't look like to be an issue Tuesday night against the Devs. He was absolutely flying out there on his first shift with Bates and Blake.

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