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02-09-2007, 06:34 AM
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Positve Thread: Perezhogin played a good game

He was buzzing all around the place had a couple of good chances and got his nose dirty..Time to try him with Kovy and Koivu i think they can click.

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I thought he had a great game (what I seen of it, I left after the 5-on-3 misque).

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He was buzzing all around the place had a couple of good chances and got his nose dirty..Time to try him with Kovy and Koivu i think they can click.
had a good game BUT still got a trip to the sin bin.

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had a good game BUT still got a trip to the sin bin.

Yeah but alot of players take trips to the bin..He has a habit when he's tired of grabbing onto people hope fully he will grow out of that..

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had a good game BUT still got a trip to the sin bin.
yeah , i saw that penalty , what was it , two minutes for lifting the stick ?

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yeah , i saw that penalty , what was it , two minutes for lifting the stick ?
Agreed. Ridiculous call.
It pisses me off when they call those kinds of penalties.

Edit: Perezhogin played a very good game. I still don't get why he kept getting benched.

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Same thing against the Isles, I was at that game and he really stood out by the way he battled for the puck, I was sayin' to myself "Now that's Parez from the begining of the season", than went and got a stick penalty and Satan scored on it.
That being said, he's the type of player that can give a lot even he's not scoring, just learn to stay out of the box and he'll end up top six the way we're struggling right now.

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02-09-2007, 09:05 AM
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Carbo must see the guy as an energy forward, and if he doesn't play 110%, he is out of the lineup. I see him as an offensive forward that hasn't put it together yet and needs the ice time... but hey, what do I know

he will probably get traded this month anyway

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Took another dumb penalty. Back to bench.

Players are not getting the message. Ditto Souray, dumb move high-sticking behind the play in the 3rd.

Roughing calls I can live with but high-stick, holding, hooking, etc. is what's killed this team. And even the captain is guilty. What kind of example are the vets setting for young guys like Perezhogin? It's too bad, but Perezhogin is paying the price for it. If he'd had at least one 20-goal season to date he'd be cut a bit more slack.

He was somewhat better last night. Brought a bit more than Garth Murray. That near-miss break probably cost him a game or two more in the doghouse.... put that one in the net and the penalty would've meant nothing.

Still.....

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I for one, have given up hope on Perezhogin.

He's not getting much chances, and when he has he hasn't really done much.

I'm predicting now that it's Perezhogins last season playing for the CH. He'll return to Russia next year.

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02-09-2007, 11:39 AM
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Well what do you expect 'Zhogi to do on the 3rd and 4th lines? Give him more than a few shifts with Saku and let him bury all the opportunities that Ryder ****s up, night in, night out.

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good game for Zhogy, IMO there was no penalty on the call, but the replay didn't show the whole sequence, so... I don't know why Carbo doesn't try to shake up his lines a little, obvisouly they are not working right now. The grinders on top lines strategy didn't work neither.

I'd like this to be tried:

Perezhogin-Koivu-Kovalev
Higgins-Plekanec-Latendresse
Samsonov-Bonk-Johnson
Ryder-Lapierre-Steit

Ryder is now -19... better have him on the fourth with 2 defensively aware players and use him on the PP.

First line played great last year, and is more reliable defensively. Line 2: Pleks and Higgins played together in Hamilton, the three players play a north-south game, balanced defensively. Third line look good when used, Samsonov brings an offensive touch, quite reliable on D too. Fourth line can score, can hit, Streit and Lappy to cover Ryder's arse.

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2 different games

I thought Zoggy played 2 different games yesterday.

The first part was great, he was really flying out there, you saw his couple of games on the sidelines made him think and he gave his 100%.

Then he took 2 big hits from Chris Neal and became invisible and scared for the second part of the game, that's his problem, the book on him is to hit hm hard and he disappears...

He's got to overcome this or else his talent will go to waiste

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Then he took 2 big hits from Chris Neal and became invisible and scared for the second part of the game, that's his problem, the book on him is to hit hm hard and he disappears...

He's got to overcome this or else his talent will go to waiste
I think that’s overstatement based on beaten to death stereotype about the softness of European players. He took 2 big hits, but his overall game did not change. He still managed to create scoring opportunity for himself going to the net with one of defenseman (Phillips?) on his shoulders.

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I thought Zoggy played 2 different games yesterday.

The first part was great, he was really flying out there, you saw his couple of games on the sidelines made him think and he gave his 100%.

Then he took 2 big hits from Chris Neal and became invisible and scared for the second part of the game, that's his problem, the book on him is to hit hm hard and he disappears...
He's got to overcome this or else his talent will go to waiste
I thought the book on him was "hit him hard and he'll crush your skull with his stick"

Perez did indeed play a good game. But we lost and he is Carbo's whipping boy ; he's going back in the stands...

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omg I still can't beleive how Perezhogin is praised on those boards. He's a fringe nhler. Yesterday he had a decent game. Not a great game. Come on!

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Perez had a good game but not good enough to go from the bench to the 1st line, Carbs doesn't work that way. Do you think he'll go back to lines that were played more than 1 1/2 years ago, cuz Perez showed chemistry with Koivu and Kovalev for 8 or 9 games? Pretty laughable.

I think the guy needs to play with Plekanec cuz their styles complement each other nicely.

The lines should be;

Higgins - Koivu - Kovalev
Perez - Pleks - Latendresse/Ryder
Sammy - Bonk - Johnson
Murray/Streit - Lapierre - Latendresse/Ryder

I don't see Carbo mixing with the lines as much, but I sure as **** hope he does.

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omg I still can't beleive how Perezhogin is praised on those boards. He's a fringe nhler. Yesterday he had a decent game. Not a great game. Come on!
Shut up, G.O.B.

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omg I still can't beleive how Perezhogin is praised on those boards. He's a fringe nhler. Yesterday he had a decent game. Not a great game. Come on!
The fanboys can't get past the 8 points in 9 games he had with Koivu and Kovalev. They think that if they're reunited, they would be one of the most dominant lines in the nhl. They need to realise that it was 9 games, and it was over a year and a half ago.

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The fanboys can't get past the 8 points in 9 games he had with Koivu and Kovalev. They think that if they're reunited, they would be one of the most dominant lines in the nhl. They need to realise that it was 9 games, and it was over a year and a half ago.
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The fanboys can't get past the 8 points in 9 games he had with Koivu and Kovalev. They think that if they're reunited, they would be one of the most dominant lines in the nhl. They need to realise that it was 9 games, and it was over a year and a half ago.
fanboys simply suggest this should be tried because other combos simply don't work... you keep bashing without even giving him a single chance to prove himslef.

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omg I still can't beleive how Perezhogin is praised on those boards. He's a fringe nhler. Yesterday he had a decent game. Not a great game. Come on!
I didn't think he was very good yesterday. He was just okay. I'm puzzled by the praise for his battling. In my eyes, he tends to fall, lose the puck, or take a penalty a lot more frequently than he ought to, especially for someone who isn't producing in any other way.

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I was at the game yesterday, and Perezhogin didn't have a "great game". He played okay, which is better than usual as of late.
The penalty he took was - again - in the offensive zone and unnecessary. The real positive is that he was heavy on the forecheck and his drive to the net was impressive, I didn't think he had that kind of strength.

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I was at the game yesterday, and Perezhogin didn't have a "great game". He played okay, which is better than usual as of late.
The penalty he took was - again - in the offensive zone and unnecessary. The real positive is that he was heavy on the forecheck and his drive to the net was impressive, I didn't think he had that kind of strength.
Offensive zone??? hum.. you watched the game, right?

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fanboys simply suggest this should be tried because other combos simply don't work... you keep bashing without even giving him a single chance to prove himslef.
I think he deserves a chance on the 2nd line with Plekanec, which he had good success with for a part last season... However I don't think he deserves to be on the top line. He hasn't done anything to merrit that. Samsonov and Kovalev haven't even had that chance yet.

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