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Abid Ramzi or Cammelleri?

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02-14-2004, 04:28 PM
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Abid Ramzi or Cammelleri?

Hey Guys...who of the above players do you think has more potential and what do you expect at all?

Thx in advance

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Cammelleri by a mile.

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Hey Guys...who of the above players do you think has more potential and what do you expect at all?

Thx in advance
his name is Ramzi Abid, but I take Cammaleri (sp?) as anyone should do.

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When healthy, I think Abid is the better offensive player, but he doesn't play a lick of defense.

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Abid is much better offensively, bigger, plays tough and could develop into an elite power-forward. I think Abid will be much better, although Cammalleri should be good too.

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Abid is much better offensively, bigger, plays tough and could develop into an elite power-forward. I think Abid will be much better, although Cammalleri should be good too.
It would be nice to see a healthy Abid.

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I have trouble classifying Ramzi as a true power forward, because he has a propensity to float on defense. On the power play though, he will park himself in the crease and he is really a force.

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We've had him for almost a year and I still don't know what to think of him, he's been on the IR almost the entire time...

Abid looks solid when on his game though.

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I have trouble classifying Ramzi as a true power forward, because he has a propensity to float on defense.
That's a hallmark of many power forwards, Bertuzzi being a perfect example.

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Cammalleri Mike

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his name is Ramzi Abid, but I take Cammaleri (sp?) as anyone should do.
Arab and turkish names can be written either way.

 
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Abid sucks. Injuries aside, he was a massive disappointment this year and did not even play well when he did play. He was a regular healthy scratch.

He has the physical tools, it's everything else you have to worry about. That, and lack of footspeed.

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Arab and turkish names can be written either way.
No they cant. Maybe Turkish names but not Arabs.

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No they cant. Maybe Turkish names but not Arabs.
Are you sure? Because I thought it came from the arab tradition, since they write from right to left. Well then it is only turkish names then.

 
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Abid sucks. Injuries aside, he was a massive disappointment this year and did not even play well when he did play. He was a regular healthy scratch.

He has the physical tools, it's everything else you have to worry about. That, and lack of footspeed.
I wouldnt say he sucks. He has been injured his entire pro carrer. Dating back to his 20 year old season in the AHL.

Power Forwards need time to develop. Pens need to be patient with him and he will pay them dividends in a couple years.

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Are you sure? Because I thought it came from the arab tradition, since they write from right to left. Well then it is only turkish names then.
Im Lebanese, yeah we write right to left but I have never heard of writting a name both ways.

Maybe you are thinking about Chinese people.

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Im Lebanese, yeah we write right to left but I have never heard of writting a name both ways.

Maybe you are thinking about Chinese people.
I am not thinking about chinese people. I was just simply wrong. I was thinking of arabs. Sorry.

 
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I am not thinking about chinese people. I was just simply wrong. I was thinking of arabs. Sorry.
LOL no worries.


Abid is from Tunisia. Northern African country.

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LOL no worries.


Abid is from Tunisia. Northern African country.
Ramzi is from Canada

I know that one of his parents is from Tunisia...

 
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Cammelleri without a doubt. When he is allowed to play on the top two lines and not having his chain yanked back and forth he is brilliant. Put him on ANY team in the league's top two lines and he would have 30 or more points and a positive plus minus right now. He weren't that far off is it is.

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