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01-28-2004, 01:52 AM
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OHL All Star Game

Game just ended. Was a pretty one sided game, Team West really laid into the East (as expected if you were to look at the rosters).

So thoughts anyone?

I thought two lines did most of the work for Team West, the Fritsche-Kanko-Richards line was outstanding. All three played very well, especially Fritsche who didnt deserve to be there, but obviously proved he belonged. The Bolland-Hisey-Hennigar line was the other one that was doing a lot of damage.

I thought in net for West, Drew was awesome, outshined Overage counterpart, Colaiacovo (who played well despite a barrage of shots and scoring opportunities)

For Team East, the one guy who was doing most of the damage was Wojtech Wolski, who after an unspectacular Prospects Game (IMO), played very well in this game.

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Any opinions on Wolski's mobility?

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Yes. It's very good!

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i want info on locke and flood :p
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Corey Locke was pretty good. He didn't get on the scoresheet, but he had some great shifts and had some good scoring chances.

Mark Flood played alright too. I like him, he seems like a very smart offensive defenseman, pretty good in his own end too.

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For those of you who were fortunate enough to be in a market that remotely provides hockey coverage ( ), can anyone tell me how Kanko looked? I know Brock said that his line did well, but does anyone have any specifics for Kanko? Anything noteworthy in addition to his two goals?

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Game just ended. Was a pretty one sided game, Team West really laid into the East (as expected if you were to look at the rosters).

So thoughts anyone?

I thought two lines did most of the work for Team West, the Fritsche-Kanko-Richards line was outstanding. All three played very well, especially Fritsche who didnt deserve to be there, but obviously proved he belonged. The Bolland-Hisey-Hennigar line was the other one that was doing a lot of damage.

I thought in net for West, Drew was awesome, outshined Overage counterpart, Colaiacovo (who played well despite a barrage of shots and scoring opportunities)

For Team East, the one guy who was doing most of the damage was Wojtech Wolski, who after an unspectacular Prospects Game (IMO), played very well in this game.
I agree Brock I thought the Fritsche-Kanko-Richards line was outstanding ..

Erie otter Dman Chris Campoli also played well IMO

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How did Paul Bissonette look?

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For those of you who were fortunate enough to be in a market that remotely provides hockey coverage ( ), can anyone tell me how Kanko looked? I know Brock said that his line did well, but does anyone have any specifics for Kanko? Anything noteworthy in addition to his two goals?
He was outstanding. The normal Petr Kanko way. Lots of energy and scoring chances. Really showcased his speed last night. As i said before, the line of him, Fritsche and Richards showed a lot of chemistry, and they all fed off each other.

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How did Paul Bissonette look?
Bissonette was very good. I think he's a very underrated prospect. He nearly made the Pens this past camp (even if it's the Pens, it's still an accomplishment), and his defensive game is very very good, and with his strength, I actually do believe he is close to NHL ready. His offensive game still remains a little inconsistent, but that's something he can continue to work at in Saginaw and then in the Pro's.

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Bissonette was very good. I think he's a very underrated prospect. He nearly made the Pens this past camp (even if it's the Pens, it's still an accomplishment), and his defensive game is very very good, and with his strength, I actually do believe he is close to NHL ready. His offensive game still remains a little inconsistent, but that's something he can continue to work at in Saginaw and then in the Pro's.
How did Wisniewski look?

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He was outstanding. The normal Petr Kanko way. Lots of energy and scoring chances. Really showcased his speed last night. As i said before, the line of him, Fritsche and Richards showed a lot of chemistry, and they all fed off each other.
I particularly liked that tape to tape Richards to Kanko 40 ft Breakaway pass up the middle ...You can tell that these two have played together before and because they are kitchener Rangers teammates showed great Chemistry...

a side note most of the WJC team players played on the Winning team that seems stacked to me..

Coey Perry made a few plays that caught my eye and 17 year old Bolland's move and goal was quite spectacular but probably wouldn't happen in a real OHL game as a Dman would have leveled him and if Phaneuf was playing KILLED him ...cutting accross the middle with his head down...

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