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09-25-2003, 04:35 PM
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Flyers QMJHL Prospects Update

Alexandre Picard - D - 3/03 - Cape Breton - 3GP 0G 3A 3P 4PIM +3 6-shots 3-hits

Rosari Ruggeri - D - 4/02 - Chicoutimi - No Games Played

David Tremblay - G - 6/03 - Gatineau - 2-Starts 2-wins 1.50gaa .941save%

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Thanks a lot!

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No problem. I will keep you updated throughout the year. Also Picard has been dominante at times. He runs the PP, looking like another great pick by Clarke.

One thing is for sure, Bobby Clarke can draft, just look at the past drafts: Gagne and Williams were essentially steals, Ouelllet is a future #1, although traded. Woywitka is a keeper. Richards is a sure fire NHLer with a late 1st. Ruzika was a brilliant pick.

The poor guy just cant seem to find a goalie lol

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No problem. I will keep you updated throughout the year. Also Picard has been dominante at times. He runs the PP, looking like another great pick by Clarke.

One thing is for sure, Bobby Clarke can draft, just look at the past drafts: Gagne and Williams were essentially steals, Ouelllet is a future #1, although traded. Woywitka is a keeper. Richards is a sure fire NHLer with a late 1st. Ruzika was a brilliant pick.

The poor guy just cant seem to find a goalie lol
well, maybe Tremblay will be our answer someday, Ive heard he has real good potential.

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09-27-2003, 07:35 AM
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well, maybe Tremblay will be our answer someday, Ive heard he has real good potential.
Yeah im pretty high on David. He is a solid goalie. Big frame, moves well, good positioning. No reason why he cant succeed.

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Alexandre Picard - D - 3/03 - Cape Breton - 3GP 0G 3A 3P 4PIM +3 6-shots 3-hits

Rosari Ruggeri - D - 4/02 - Chicoutimi - No Games Played

David Tremblay - G - 6/03 - Gatineau - 2-Starts 2-wins 1.50gaa .941save%
Thanks for the update...things are looking bright in places unexpected!!

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Thanks for the update...things are looking bright in places unexpected!!
I just watched Ruggeri tonight, and Picard last night. Both looked really good. Both are big, both can skate and both can move the puck well. Couple nice prospects for you to work with.

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09-28-2003, 03:59 AM
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I just watched Ruggeri tonight, and Picard last night. Both looked really good. Both are big, both can skate and both can move the puck well. Couple nice prospects for you to work with.
Where did we draft Picard because I had also heard of him and for me to hear about any Quebec leauger is strange..

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Where did we draft Picard because I had also heard of him and for me to hear about any Quebec leauger is strange..

Picard was drafted in Round 3 of the 03 Draft at #85 overall

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p...3?pid=00062277

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This time last year Picard was touted to be an early 2nd rd pick. Its not that he played bad, but other guys played better.

That being said, Picard at 85th overall is a solid draft pick. I think he was the only defensmen you took in the whole draft. I could be wrong.

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This time last year Picard was touted to be an early 2nd rd pick. Its not that he played bad, but other guys played better.

That being said, Picard at 85th overall is a solid draft pick. I think he was the only defensmen you took in the whole draft. I could be wrong.

Yeah, we are loaded with young Dman prospects. I like what I have read about Picard, I think he will play in the NHL.

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This is what i come on to see, good stuff! Tremblay could sparkle lets hope so. Any word On Mathieu Brunnelle?

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This is what i come on to see, good stuff! Tremblay could sparkle lets hope so. Any word On Mathieu Brunnelle?
Matthew Brunelle is on the Philadelphia Phantoms. www.phantomshockey.com has pictures of him and the other players under preseason game photos.

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UPDATE

Alexandre Picard - D - 3/03 - Cape Breton - 4GP 0G 3A 3P 10PIM +4 8-shots 4-hits

Rosari Ruggeri - D - 4/02 - Chicoutimi - 3GP 0G 1A 1P 10PIM -2 6-shots 3-hits

David Tremblay - G - 6/03 - Gatineau - 6-Starts 5-wins 1-loss 1.98gaa .932save%


Gatineau and Cape-Breton played last night, Picard didnt play but Tremblay allowed 3 goals for his first loss of the year.

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Alex Picard is suspended and will be for 2 more weeks, and then day-to-day after that. Just thought I would let you guys no.

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Gatineau and Cape-Breton played last night, Picard didnt play but Tremblay allowed 3 goals for his first loss of the year.

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I heard Picard was hurt. Hmmm ill have to look into that.

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Alex Picard is suspended and will be for 2 more weeks, and then day-to-day after that. Just thought I would let you guys no.
so the guy has a mean streak, sweet. that'll help. i haven't heard what happened he may have to learn to control himself, but having a temper is better than being passive.

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Alex Picard is suspended and will be for 2 more weeks, and then day-to-day after that. Just thought I would let you guys no.
what happened for him to get suspended?

how and what did he hurt?

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He isnt suspended. He sprained his ankle running up stairs LOL

He's clumsy and not mean

But he is a solid defensemen.

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then the coach lied lol

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then the coach lied lol
I know CB has had 3 players suspended so far this year.

D - Adam Pardy
D - Charles Fontaine
F - Kevin Asselin

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Rosario Ruggeri was the defensive player of the week, he had four goals and 5 points in 2 games.



http://www.lhjmq.qc.ca/lang_en/index...d_nouvelle=239

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Rosario Ruggeri was the defensive player of the week, he had four goals and 5 points in 2 games.



http://www.lhjmq.qc.ca/lang_en/index...d_nouvelle=239
Now it says Ruggeri is a righthanded defenseman. Going to the Chicoutimi team page it says the same. Now always before the FLYERS list said he was a left-handed shot. Or is it a French thing whereby D who shoots left is listed as righthanded.

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Rosario Ruggeri was the defensive player of the week, he had four goals and 5 points in 2 games.



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Now it says Ruggeri is a righthanded defenseman. Going to the Chicoutimi team page it says the same. Now always before the FLYERS list said he was a left-handed shot. Or is it a French thing whereby D who shoots left is listed as righthanded.
D = Droit = Right <-- Pronounce De-Watt
G = Gauche = Left <-- Pronounce Go-Shh

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