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05-24-2017, 07:01 PM
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Good and bad from Stanley in the first, IQ needs some work but not as bad as some say.

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05-24-2017, 07:05 PM
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Good and bad from Stanley in the first, IQ needs some work but not as bad as some say.
Yup. I'm not sure it's IQ so much as agility that he lacks. He's looking a bit more confident with the puck than the last two games. This is a fast game with good opposition.

He definitely looks like a longer term project, though.

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Yup. I'm not sure it's IQ so much as agility that he lacks. He's looking a bit more confident with the puck than the last two games. This is a fast game with good opposition.

He definitely looks like a longer term project, though.
I'd agree with this. I don't think he can quite do what he would like his body to do. It might all fit together one day.

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I agree that it's physical more than IQ -- he just looks ungainly much of the time, despite making some smart plays and skating well. Maybe it's a perspective thing, since he looks much smoother at games and practices I've attended rather than watched on TV. Logan Brown too.

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Just starting the first period will give my thought as I go a bit behind everyone else.

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05-24-2017, 07:29 PM
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As an aside, how friggin good is Sergachev already? Man I wish we had this kid.


As another aside how friggin good is this entire Spitfires team? They activate Serge, Day and Chatfield at will. Reminds me of watching Tri-City in the Dub. Defencemen are always in the play.


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Nice little save big boi.

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Dipietro was the story that period and draft eligible...............just saying, more of the same for Stanley, still like the pick still think he has a long way to go.

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Dipietro was the story that period and draft eligible...............just saying, more of the same for Stanley, still like the pick still think he has a long way to go.
I really like DiPietro. IMO the best pure athletic goalie in this draft, Relies a lot more on his agility and skill than some of the bigger positional guys. But at 6'0 he really has to be that much better to make the NHL full time. One of the 3 goalies I really want.

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As an aside, how friggin good is Sergachev already? Man I wish we had this kid.


As another aside how friggin good is this entire Spitfires team? They activate Serge, Day and Chatfield at will. Reminds me of watching Tri-City in the Dub. Defencemen are always in the play.
Sergachev is dynamite. A real stud.

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05-24-2017, 08:07 PM
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Sergachev is dynamite. A real stud.
There's just nothing he can't do. Chatfield is looking really good tonight to. Between Sergachev, Chatifeld and Day it's like having 3 incredible skaters who can play both ends of the ice. I think Windsor has this Mem Cup in the bag.

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05-24-2017, 08:12 PM
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I really like DiPietro. IMO the best pure athletic goalie in this draft, Relies a lot more on his agility and skill than some of the bigger positional guys. But at 6'0 he really has to be that much better to make the NHL full time. One of the 3 goalies I really want.
You never know he is only 17 could grow a couple of inches, he reminds of Jonathon Quick in terms of size and style.

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You never know he is only 17 could grow a couple of inches, he reminds of Jonathon Quick in terms of size and style.
Definitely possible but unlikely. He'd need to hit that optimal 6'3 area to really be a force. At 6'0 he can still be a solid netminder though, it's just going to be a tougher go for him.

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Haven't seen much of Stanley at all this 3rd period.

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DiPietro!!

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7 minutes in and I have seen Stanley once.

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05-24-2017, 08:27 PM
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Stanley was puck watching a bit again there. Hope he can cut that from his game.

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7 minutes in and I have seen Stanley once.
2nd shift with 10 minutes left doesn't look like anything is bothering him

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Wow Day can skate.

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Good play on Strome by Stanley to take him out.

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Stanley fetches the puck for Addison. You have to think that is what admires him to so many people.

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7 minutes in and I have seen Stanley once.
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Two shifts in the first three minutes of the third.

Edit... Three shifts in the first five... I'm watching the PVR.

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Two shifts in the first three minutes of the third.
Maybe I just didn't see him. He hangs back so much it's hard to notice him out there some times.

Okay I rewound and see him now. 1 shift in the first 3 minutes.

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Wow that was some heavy pressure from Erie and wow DiPietro.

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Stanley with a bit of bonehead play there lucky there isn't more time. Maybe he planned it but I doubt it.

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