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07-07-2017, 10:21 PM
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Could this guy be our hidden card?

If he could have the same impact as Zaitsev it would be fantastic.

Zaitsev born oct/91, 15/16 KHL 46 GP 26 P .56 PPG, 16/17 NHL 82 GP 36 P .44 PPG

Jerabek born may/91, 16/17 KHL 59 GP 34 P .57 PPG, 17/18 NHL TBD ?
Zaitsev is a better skater (and probably a better stick handler) than Jerabek. I don't see Jerabek production translating as well to the NHL...

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07-08-2017, 12:41 PM
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Over 82 games those are prorated to 63 points for Voynov and 47 points for Jerabek which is a pretty big gap. And let's not forget Voynov's career high in the NHL is 34 points. So having Jerabek come in and replace Bealieu's production has to be considered a good year for him.

In truth Jerabek's number's are closer to Emelin's in his last KHL year (26 in 52) which prorates to 41. And we've also seen how much offensive success Emelin has had in the NHL.
That year was an outlier for Emelin. His second highest non-nhl point total in a season is 12 pts. Jerabek on the other hand had 2 seasons of 30+ pts in the Czech league, and then produced at a similar rate in the khl. He was also named in the KHL's 1st all-star team.

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yeah he's not a shoo-in for a top pairing but I think he's a more likelier candidate than many on here were saying. If he's an improvement on NB and less mistake prone then he could probably do the job there.

I meam Weber made Emelin and even NB at times look pretty damn good on a top pairing.

The guy was fairly sought after, all star in the 2nd best league in the world. Fairly young. He could be a solid addition.

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07-08-2017, 03:40 PM
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yeah he's not a shoo-in for a top pairing but I think he's a more likelier candidate than many on here were saying. If he's an improvement on NB and less mistake prone then he could probably do the job there.

I meam Weber made Emelin and even NB at times look pretty damn good on a top pairing.

The guy was fairly sought after, all star in the 2nd best league in the world. Fairly young. He could be a solid addition.
He's the wildcard on LD, no doubt about it, imo its him or schlemko that plays with Shea

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07-08-2017, 10:27 PM
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Over 82 games those are prorated to 63 points for Voynov and 47 points for Jerabek which is a pretty big gap. And let's not forget Voynov's career high in the NHL is 34 points. So having Jerabek come in and replace Bealieu's production has to be considered a good year for him.

In truth Jerabek's number's are closer to Emelin's in his last KHL year (26 in 52) which prorates to 41. And we've also seen how much offensive success Emelin has had in the NHL.
As I said Voyonov played on the best team in the KHL.

Jerabek is the complete opposite of Emelin.

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A good read on Jerabek with video samples:

https://scoutinghabs.wordpress.com/2...jakub-jerabek/

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What I get from that is he is a very good offensive player with defensive deficiencies but with room to grow playing on a god awful team.

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As I said Voyonov played on the best team in the KHL.

Jerabek is the complete opposite of Emelin.
I'm not an Emelin fan but really, what's this obsession with comparing every D that MB signs, to Emelin? Did Emelin shoot your dog?

I mean, Emelin had a lot of flaws, granted. His style is better suited to the way the game used to be played.

So, Jerabek is the opposite of Emelin according to you.

So if Emelin no good, Jerabek good?


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What I get from that is he is a very good offensive player with defensive deficiencies but with room to grow playing on a god awful team.
It's not even clear about his defensive game as he was mainly used in an offensive role because he was the only D on the team that could provide offense while they had other guys to use in defensive situations...

But yeah I don't expect him to be a defensive stud.

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I'm not an Emelin fan but really, what's this obsession with comparing every D that MB signs, to Emelin? Did Emelin shoot your dog?

I mean, Emelin had a lot of flaws, granted. His style is better suited the way the game used to be played.

So, Jerabek is the opposite of Emelin according to you.

So if Emelin no good, Jerabek good?
It's not even me who brought up Emelin.

I compared Jerabek with Zaitsev and Voynov and someone suggested he's more of an Emelin while he clearly is the opposite.

He's the guy you dreamed about, he will move the puck!

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07-14-2017, 01:19 AM
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It's not even me who brought up Emelin.

I compared Jerabek with Zaitsev and Voynov and someone suggested he's more of an Emelin while he clearly is the opposite.

He's the guy you dreamed about, he will move the puck!
Ha, for once you have an alibi.

As long as this guy moves us, which will happen if he moves the puck.

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07-14-2017, 01:22 AM
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A good read on Jerabek with video samples:

https://scoutinghabs.wordpress.com/2...jakub-jerabek/
Seems like the perfect partner for Weber

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A good read on Jerabek with video samples:

https://scoutinghabs.wordpress.com/2...jakub-jerabek/
I really like what I see in Jerabek. Hopefully he's a stud for us! It would minimize the effect of losing Sergachev and possibly Markov.

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07-14-2017, 08:07 AM
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It would solve so many problems for this team if he could play with Weber. On paper, he seems like a great partner for him - mobile, puck mover.

If he slots in there, we get Alzner-Petry and Schlemko-Benn as pairings. That's actually quite solid.

If he can't handle the Weber pairing, suddenly everyone shifts up a spot. Not the end of the world but boy would it be nice if he could.

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We desperately need a d-man who can actually pass the puck to our forwards. Drouin is the most effective when he can use his speed on a stretch pass to blow by defenders creating a breakaway. He would've had perfect chemistry with Subban or Markov, I'm not even sure if he we have any defenders left who can make crisp breakout passes consistently. That's my biggest fear (apart from the C position obviously) going into next season

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07-14-2017, 10:54 AM
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I'm optimistic about Jerabek. I think he's got the skills to be a 30+ points guy Dmen in the NHL. My concerns are mostly how he'll adjust to the NHL rink/game defensively. But he shows some good traits that bode well, he can skate, has a high IQ in his own zone, a great stick, and he isn't afraid to use his body to block a shot or step into an opponent to break up a rush.

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A good read on Jerabek with video samples:

https://scoutinghabs.wordpress.com/2...jakub-jerabek/
Good read indeed

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07-16-2017, 02:40 PM
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It would solve so many problems for this team if he could play with Weber. On paper, he seems like a great partner for him - mobile, puck mover.

If he slots in there, we get Alzner-Petry and Schlemko-Benn as pairings. That's actually quite solid.

If he can't handle the Weber pairing, suddenly everyone shifts up a spot. Not the end of the world but boy would it be nice if he could.
Big time. Those 2nd and 3rd pairings are rock solid. IF Jerabek can handle top pairing duties and do reasonably well we'd be in decent shape.

He looks good to me from those videos. Looks like a player. Has an itsy bit of wow in his game.

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A good read on Jerabek with video samples:

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Lol, he never dumps it in .

He would have lasted 5 shifts with MT.

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