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03-03-2009, 11:48 PM
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Robbie Czarnik was voted the CCHA Rookie of the Week.

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Robbie Czarnik was voted the CCHA Rookie of the Week.

http://mgoblue.com/ice-hockey/article.aspx?id=168722
Thanks for the link.

I had noticed he wasn't doing much early on in the season but apparently, he's turned it up the past 11 games.

Good for him!

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Loktionov

What do you guys think is in store for him next season? Manchester or a 2nd season in Windsor

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03-06-2009, 08:27 PM
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What do you guys think is in store for him next season? Manchester or a 2nd season in Windsor
I say keep him in Windsor, let him keep building his confidence.

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03-06-2009, 08:31 PM
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What do you guys think is in store for him next season? Manchester or a 2nd season in Windsor
Manchester. Lombardi likes his guys to go pro sooner rather than later.

He's got another 3 goals and an assist today with 13 minutes still left in the game. That gives him 10 goals and 27 points in his last 12 games (and the 12th game isn't over yet).

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Manchester. Lombardi likes his guys to go pro sooner rather than later.

He's got another 3 goals and an assist today with 13 minutes still left in the game. That gives him 10 goals and 27 points in his last 12 games (and the 12th game isn't over yet).
Wow, Dude can flat out play

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03-06-2009, 08:37 PM
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What do you guys think is in store for him next season? Manchester or a 2nd season in Windsor
Not sure how much he has left to prove in the OHL. Might as well put him in Manchester under Monarchs/Kings coaching.

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Damn, Loktionov is just owning the OHL lately. Kid is going to be damn good!

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03-08-2009, 03:39 AM
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What do you guys think is in store for him next season? Manchester or a 2nd season in Windsor
Can he even play in Manchester next year? I thought once a player joins the CHL, he's subject to their 20 year old rule. Loktionov's a '90 born.

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Can he even play in Manchester next year? I thought once a player joins the CHL, he's subject to their 20 year old rule. Loktionov's a '90 born.
Short answer: yes he can play in Manchester. Long answer: If you aren't drafted by a CHL team (ie came from another league ... like Russia) then the 20 yr old rule doesn't apply to you. You just have to satisfy the AHL's minimum age requirement which is 18 yrs old. I don't pretend to be a expert on this ... all this information can be found in the second post of this thread, along with the years each prospect can be called up to the AHL.

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03-08-2009, 01:42 PM
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Short answer: yes he can play in Manchester. Long answer: If you aren't drafted by a CHL team (ie came from another league ... like Russia) then the 20 yr old rule doesn't apply to you. You just have to satisfy the AHL's minimum age requirement which is 18 yrs old. I don't pretend to be a expert on this ... all this information can be found in the second post of this thread, along with the years each prospect can be called up to the AHL.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but once a European player gets sent to a CHL team, don't they become subject to the 20-year-old rule from that point on?

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but once a European player gets sent to a CHL team, don't they become subject to the 20-year-old rule from that point on?
Read the second post in this thread.

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Read the second post in this thread.
That's a fascinating rule, nice find. I would have thought that the import draft would count the same way as the regular CHL draft. The CHL must have been worried that a lot of 18 year old Europeans were going to skip juniors and go straight to the AHL. It's an interesting softening of their usually-rigid stance to player rights.

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03-08-2009, 09:30 PM
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Manchester. Lombardi likes his guys to go pro sooner rather than later.

He's got another 3 goals and an assist today with 13 minutes still left in the game. That gives him 10 goals and 27 points in his last 12 games (and the 12th game isn't over yet).

How would you describe his game right now?

What are his strengths? Shot? Speed? Stickhandling? Agility? Playmaking?

Curious to know.... thanks!

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03-11-2009, 10:57 PM
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With the Pats loss today, Regina was eliminated from the playoffs. Regina's last game is Saturday so expect Teubert to join Manchester shortly thereafter.
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How would you describe his game right now?

What are his strengths? Shot? Speed? Stickhandling? Agility? Playmaking?

Curious to know.... thanks!
You'd be better off asking those on the prospect and OHL boards. I've only seen Loktionov play on a lagging webcast and haven't seen him in OHL play.

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03-12-2009, 09:17 AM
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With the Pats loss today, Regina was eliminated from the playoffs. Regina's last game is Saturday so expect Teubert to join Manchester shortly thereafter. You'd be better off asking those on the prospect and OHL boards. I've only seen Loktionov play on a lagging webcast and haven't seen him in OHL play.
Thanks for the info!

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03-12-2009, 09:47 AM
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Manchester. Lombardi likes his guys to go pro sooner rather than later.

He's got another 3 goals and an assist today with 13 minutes still left in the game. That gives him 10 goals and 27 points in his last 12 games (and the 12th game isn't over yet).
With King, Cameron, and Fillier graduating from junior this year, and Holloway looking for a spot, the team is going to be pretty rich with prospects next year. With the addition of Loktionov, there is going to be some good prospects sitting in the pressbox. It's gong to be interesting to see how Lombardi balances it all out.

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03-12-2009, 10:00 AM
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With King, Cameron, and Fillier graduating from junior this year, and Holloway looking for a spot, the team is going to be pretty rich with prospects next year. With the addition of Loktionov, there is going to be some good prospects sitting in the pressbox. It's gong to be interesting to see how Lombardi balances it all out.
Ontario is always an option. Would like to see more Kings prospects out here.

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Ontario is always an option. Would like to see more Kings prospects out here.

Ontario is definitely an option. I'm sure that they will get a goalie, Fillier, and Dwight King or any other forward that needs a longer learning curve. I doubt they get any defenders though, unless Myers or Nolet sign an ELC.

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You'd be better off asking those on the prospect and OHL boards. I've only seen Loktionov play on a lagging webcast and haven't seen him in OHL play.
I just did. Thanks for the suggestion. I would like to share the info that I got. Here you go guys:

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Once he got settled in here in Windsor, and more used to the N. American game, he has been nothing short of amazing. Despite being on the small side, his speed is very good, agility is great, passing and stickhandling sometimes leave you in awe. He doesn't mind getting hit, but sometimes tries the blind drop pass too often. He has a very accurate shot, not the hardest, but can't complain at all. If he had played the entire season here, he could probably challenge for the scoring title. I would say he doesn't have really any glaring weaknesses. He was on a tear, with some crazy 15 game or so point streak, until he was held pointless on Sunday vs. London.

I am hoping the Kings send him back again next year if he doesn't make the big club, but is likely bound for the AHL.


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03-15-2009, 02:10 AM
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Got a question for the masses...

In case you all don't know, the NCAA post-season is now underway. A few more teams are going home for the season this weekend and it'll continue until the season wraps up next month in DC with the National Champions being crowned.

Earlier this evening (Saturday), one of the teams that was sent packing was St. Cloud State. They were swept by Minnesota. And since SCSU's PWR (Pairwise ranking) is too low to qualify for an at-large bid into the NCAA tourney, they're season is officially over.

So here's my question...

With Garrett Roe having had the year that he's had (and it was quite good I might add), do you all think that the Kings will try and sign him this offseason? Why or why not?

FYI, if Roe were to return to SCSU, he has two years of eligibility left.

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Oiler's Chick,

If Roe were a left wing I would think he gets the call up but because the Kings are so deep at center right now I don't see it happening for another year. As you know the problem with Roe is his size. So even though he has done VERY well at the college level he has to flat out dominate college hockey on the score sheet in order to warrant being called up. What other impact is he going to have besides on the score sheet? He'll get his chance ... just not next season.

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Oiler's Chick,

If Roe were a left wing I would think he gets the call up but because the Kings are so deep at center right now I don't see it happening for another year. As you know the problem with Roe is his size. So even though he has done VERY well at the college level he has to flat out dominate college hockey on the score sheet in order to warrant being called up. What other impact is he going to have besides on the score sheet? He'll get his chance ... just not next season.
One thing that is missing from the Monarchs roster is skill. If Teddy Purcell is now considered NHL ready that leaves the Monarchs with an even bigger gaping hole where offensive skill should be. Garrett Roe is definitely a skill guy. His game is offense and that is something that Manchester has been missing all year.

Look at the Monarchs active roster:
http://www.monarchshockey.com/stats.php

Marty Murray leads the team with 46 points and Trevor Lewis/Matt Moulson lead the team with 15 goals. That is borderline pathetic.

With Garrett Roe's skill set and skating ability I fully believe he could easily supplant older prospects such as Parse and Gauthier.

If I had my way, Moller, Roe, King, Cameron and Loktionov would all be playing for Manchester next year. I think it's time for players like Moulson, Gauthier, Parse and possibly Brian Boyle to make way for the new blood.

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