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01-08-2004, 08:40 AM
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Chouinard doing well in Minnesota



Eric Chouinard scored two goals, his first for the Wild since coming to Minnesota last month in a trade with Philadelphia. He has five goals this season.

Minnesota 7, Chicago 4



Good job, Eric. I'm glad he is doing well. He will get alot of playing time on a young team like that. Another Flyer doing well.

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Good for Eric. I liked what he brought when he had the opportunity to play. A good nose for the net, unfortuneately for him he was almost always on the fourth line. I thought he could turn the corner this season into a legit NHL player, hopefully in Minnesota he can do it.

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We could have used him now, with Prims out!

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Another case of giving up early by the Flyers.

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Another case of giving up early by the Flyers.
I really don't think that's the case in this instance. Chouinard had ample opportunity to prove himself in Philadelphia.

Chouiny had at least one 2 goal game while he was here.

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I really don't think that's the case in this instance. Chouinard had ample opportunity to prove himself in Philadelphia.

Chouiny had at least one 2 goal game while he was here.
I disagree, he was almost always on 3/4 line with limited ice time. When he got shifts with good players, he got scoring chances.

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He probably could've done a good job on a line with Gagne-Williams.

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We traded the wrong guy... Brashear shoulda been shown the door before Chouinard. :mad:

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I'm usually not a Clarke basher, or someone who gets on Clarke's case after every trade but in this instance I think he made a mistake.

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Personally, I dont think he really had NHL written on him, at least not for a good team. He has talent and a nose for the net, but simply wasnt good enough to be a scorer, and wasnt reliable or tough enough to be a grinder or role player. He will probably score fifteen goals a season before he is done in the NHL. I am not holding my breath that he will suddenly develope in the next three years into someone worth holding on to. There are always more guys like him with potential we could be looking at, giving ice time to etc.

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Personally, I dont think he really had NHL written on him, at least not for a good team. He has talent and a nose for the net, but simply wasnt good enough to be a scorer, and wasnt reliable or tough enough to be a grinder or role player. He will probably score fifteen goals a season before he is done in the NHL. I am not holding my breath that he will suddenly develope in the next three years into someone worth holding on to. There are always more guys like him with potential we could be looking at, giving ice time to etc.

I agree Mojo. BTW where did you get that picture of the King?

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We traded the wrong guy... Brashear shoulda been shown the door before Chouinard. :mad:
Thank You,You are the man..exactly what i'm trying to say



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