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04-12-2006, 11:52 AM
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Nashville Predators Team MVP (Preliminary)

After the season ends, I'll post a poll to coincide with this thread ... give me your top 5 candidates

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04-12-2006, 12:08 PM
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Vokoun


Timonen
Sullivan
Kariya
Hartnell

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Team MVP candidates? In alphabetical order...

Paul Kariya
Yanic Perreault
Steve Sullivan
Kimmo Timonen
Tomas Vokoun

Anyhoo...

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Vokoun
Sullivan
Kariya
Perreault
Hartnell
Since the Defense has been a problem all year I am not listing any of them.

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Tomas Vokoun
Steve Sullivan
Kimmo Timonen
Paul Kariya
David Legwand

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Tomas Vokoun
Steve Sullivan
Paul Kariya
David Legwand
The Milwaukee Call-ups as a group

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04-12-2006, 01:33 PM
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The Milwaukee Call-ups as a group
I love it. Great idea! Milwaukee has served us very well this season. Big props have to go out to Claude Noel and Todd Richards for the job they are doing down there to make sure our players are ready to step right in and perform when they get the call.

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IMHO, Hamhuis has been better than Kimmo for the most part this year. Anyway

Vokoun
Kariya
Sullivan
Hamhuis
Hartnell

Biggest disappointment goes to Hall.....

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04-12-2006, 02:15 PM
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vokoun, sullivan, kariya, legwand & hamhuis

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Legwand?

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04-12-2006, 05:14 PM
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Legwand?
Look at our record when he is in the lineup and when he is out...that should be explaination enough. Not saying that he should win team MVP, but he should be in the top 5 choices.

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04-12-2006, 05:45 PM
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Other than Vokoun, no true individual all-star performances, IMO. Some very good ones though.

Vokoun
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Penalty Killing Unit
Primary Scorers getting it done (Sully, Kariya)
Secondary Scorers getting it done (Erat, Hartnell, Perreault, etc)
NHL scheduling department
Call-ups being serviceable

No defenseman has really stood out among the rest, but at the same time, no one has been an absolute disaster.

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how about an honorable mention for Mason.

9-5, 2.63, .910 in a role of backup to a workhorse, which is not easy. With Vokoun's little injury moments (before the big one) and needing rest around the olympic break, mase stepped up with 9 wins. Had Mason really struggled, we'd be looking at a 6-8 seed or worse.

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I'll second the nomination of Legwand and second the questioning of nominating Timonen, who I think has been our most disappointing player, in terms of expectations.

Sullivan-Vokoun---1a, 1b

everyone else is a ways back of the pack.

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Vokoun, Sullivan, Kariya, Perreault, Legwand

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Biggest disappointment goes to Hall.....
IMO, Adam Hall has been the most under-rated and under-appreciated player on the team. He's a utility player who does a more than decent job, no matter what the coaches want him to do. He's mostly been used in a defensive role, but I'm sure if he had been given more opportunities offensively, his numbers would be noticeably higher. Hall is one of the consistently hardest working players on the team.

Anyhoo...

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IMO, Adam Hall has been the most under-rated and under-appreciated player on the team. He's a utility player who does a more than decent job, no matter what the coaches want him to do. He's mostly been used in a defensive role, but I'm sure if he had been given more opportunities offensively, his numbers would be noticeably higher. Hall is one of the consistently hardest working players on the team.

Anyhoo...
This was true last year and he was also one of my favorite players then. Back then he wasn't afraid to use his body, he stood up for himself and teammatess, he crashed, he banged. Now, he plays pretty close to the same way Greg Johnson does, with out the speed or agility.

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Sully
Kariya
Legwand
Perreault

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Hartnell's run-away with the GWG category...as well as the fact that he's outscored Perreault....puts him up in that top 5 over Yanic, IMO

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to me it's a little different;

sullivan/vokoun

kariya

hartnell
perreault
legwand
erat
timonen
hamhuis
zidlicky

but with honorable mention to both the pickups of witt and sillinger and the performance of upshall, smithson, fiddler, weber as a group of callups from Milwaukee

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Other than Vokoun, no true individual all-star performances, IMO. Some very good ones though.

Vokoun
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Penalty Killing Unit
Primary Scorers getting it done (Sully, Kariya)
Secondary Scorers getting it done (Erat, Hartnell, Perreault, etc)
NHL scheduling department
Call-ups being serviceable

No defenseman has really stood out among the rest, but at the same time, no one has been an absolute disaster.
I vote for the St Louis Blues.

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