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07-10-2009, 12:18 PM
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Nah, we're Kings fans, not Raiders fans.

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07-10-2009, 12:26 PM
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Picked this up from a different sight... Thanks.... to LosingSand

GROUP A

49 Deslauriers
51 Kozun
52 Roe
55 Schenn
57 Vey
64 Clifford
70 Pelech
71 Nolan
72 Dowd
77 Czarnik
83 Kolomatis

65 Jones
75 Berube

GROUP B
37 Hickey
47 Elkins
48 Loktionov
50 Holloway
53 Martinez
59 Mullen
62 Azevedo
74 King
76 Voinov
79 Teubert
81 Campbell
82 Wudrick
85 Braun

36 Zatkoff
45 Bernier

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07-10-2009, 01:21 PM
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group B is stacked.

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I guess they were saying that they wanted the 09's in one group, but they have had to swap players around.

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07-10-2009, 01:35 PM
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group B is stacked.
No kidding... Group A will be annihilated by B.

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07-10-2009, 01:48 PM
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other players on the ice:

73, Radko Gudas
56, Wes Cunningham
68, Brett Parnham
80, Ben Shutron
34, Dani Weiss
84, Juraj Makis
78, Geoff Walker
61, Brandon Defazo

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07-10-2009, 01:55 PM
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other players on the ice:

73, Radko Gudas
56, Wes Cunningham
68, Brett Parnham
80, Ben Shutron
34, Dani Weiss
84, Juraj Makis
78, Geoff Walker
61, Brandon Defazo
Thanks. I asked one of the scouts who 84 was and he said he didn't see any 84 out there. He told me who 73 was, and I was like who?

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07-10-2009, 01:57 PM
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Picked this up from a different sight... Thanks.... to LosingSand

GROUP A

49 Deslauriers
51 Kozun
52 Roe
55 Schenn
57 Vey
64 Clifford
70 Pelech
71 Nolan
72 Dowd
77 Czarnik
83 Kolomatis

65 Jones
75 Berube

GROUP B
37 Hickey
47 Elkins
48 Loktionov
50 Holloway
53 Martinez
59 Mullen
62 Azevedo
74 King
76 Voinov
79 Teubert
81 Campbell
82 Wudrick
85 Braun

36 Zatkoff
45 Bernier
I know many of the players won't wear those numbers if they make the team, but man I love those GINORMOUS numbers.

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07-10-2009, 01:59 PM
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how is 84 doing

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07-10-2009, 01:59 PM
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So those of you who went, was there a game in between the practices like it said on the schedule?

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07-10-2009, 02:04 PM
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So those of you who went, was there a game in between the practices like it said on the schedule?
yes, there was

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07-10-2009, 02:06 PM
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other players on the ice:

73, Radko Gudas
56, Wes Cunningham
68, Brett Parnham
80, Ben Shutron
34, Dani Weiss
84, Juraj Makis
78, Geoff Walker
61, Brandon Defazo
Radko Gudas - 5'11" / 189 / Defense / HC Kladno (CZE)

Wes Cunningham - 5'11" / 174 / Left Wing / Elmira Jackals (ECHL), Norfolk Admirals (AHL)

Brett Parnham - 5'9" / 180 / Center / Oshawa Generals (OHL), Rochester Americans (AHL)

Ben Shutron - 6'0" / 190 / Defense / Windsor Spitfires (OHL)

HF Profile on Shutron

Daniel Weiss - 6'0" / 189 / Right Wing / Berlin Polar Bears (DEL)

Geoff Walker - 6'3" / 225 / Right Wing / Ontario Reign (ECHL)

Brandon DeFazio - 6'1" / 200 / Left Wing / Clarkson University

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07-10-2009, 02:11 PM
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40 - Tyler Maxwell http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p...php?pid=110398

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07-10-2009, 02:17 PM
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So how did Palffy´s "hand luggage" () do?

Oh, and also looking over at letsgokings it seems to me that Mikus was in fact #73 and #84 was a Czech 90 born player Radko Gudas.

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07-10-2009, 02:32 PM
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So how did Palffy´s "hand luggage" () do?

Oh, and also looking over at letsgokings it seems to me that Mikus was in fact #73 and #84 was a Czech 90 born player Radko Gudas.
That's why we're better than LGK, they got it wrong.

73 = D man Radko Gudas

84 = Forward Juraj Mikus

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07-10-2009, 02:34 PM
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So who stood out? Did they change out the old banners yet?

btw I'll be there tomorrow capturing some video and photos. Gonna put my new Nokia N97 smartphone to the real test.

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07-10-2009, 02:36 PM
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That's why we're better than LGK, they got it wrong.

73 = D man Radko Gudas

84 = Forward Juraj Mikus
Ok, I´ll trust you on that.

And is anyone gonna answer my question?

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07-10-2009, 02:40 PM
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Ok, I´ll trust you on that.

And is anyone gonna answer my question?
He didn't stand out to me today. It was hard not knowing who to look out for with the crappy rosters we got. He didn't score or get any assists. I'll look out tomorrow.

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07-10-2009, 02:45 PM
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I would love to get a chance to see any Kings games or development camps The closest NHL game I can get to see this year is a preseason game between Ottawa and the Panthers. Other than that, the closest team to me is the Canadiens (about a 15-17 hr drive away).
Damn, where do you live?

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07-10-2009, 02:51 PM
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He didn't stand out to me today. It was hard not knowing who to look out for with the crappy rosters we got. He didn't score or get any assists. I'll look out tomorrow.
Ok, thanks, keep me informed.

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07-10-2009, 02:52 PM
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Here's nosoupforyou's report from LGK (http://www.letsgokings.com/bbs/1525097-post1.html):

"Group A, dark team that had early practice, manhandled Group B (rosters did get changed).

I think the final score was 5-1.

Bernier had 2 scored on him, Berube had 3 scored on him.

Zatkoff pitched a shutout and Jones let in 1.

Best goal - Brandon Kozun, roofed an amazing backhand past Berube who didn't even know it was in the net. it was SICK.

Best hit - #73 on the dark team (still unsure who he was) rocked the living daylights out of Garrett Roe with about 6 minutes to go. Garrett didn't get back on the ice after that and had a trainer looking after him on the bench.

Czarnik had a really nice couple of shifts where he was everywhere on the ice, but then had a couple of shifts where he was coughing up the puck with some bad passing. That being said, big effort on his part really showed through. He was constantly buzzing around the goal and positionally was strong.

I don't know who was sitting in front of me, but he noted that Azevedo was +4 with a goal and an assist.

Teubert is a beast. people bouncing off of him left and right.

Ben Shutron (invitee) scored on the only penalty shot awarded.

Hickey looks small out there, but man can that kid play. he plays a foot taller than he is from a positioning standpoint, as well as leveraging his low center of gravity when bodying up against other guys around the net.

Brayden Schenn made a couple of nice moves, has nice vision and really good patience.

Kyle Clifford looked solid as well. Went up against Teubert a few times and held his ground. He definitely can use his big body out there."

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07-10-2009, 03:03 PM
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Teubert was physical and hammered Schenn with a nice open ice hit.

Hickey plays a solid all around game.

Campbell was impressive, really like his game.

Radko Gudas (73) had a couple of Kasparaitis type hits and flattened Garrett Roe.

Azevedo seems to find a way to score.

Czarnik had some nice shifts.

Schenn was solid but not spectacular.

Shutron had a goal and an assist. (Penalty Shot)

Elkins moved pretty well for a lanky guy.

Kozun had the best goal of the day.

Clifford was kind of meh.

Zatkoff made some nice saves.

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07-10-2009, 03:11 PM
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So who looked bad today? Anyone stand out in that respect? Anyone play better than expected?

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07-10-2009, 03:29 PM
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best line was the Pelech-Czarnik-King line. i think they were one of the biggest line(sizewise) out there. Hickey was partnered with Gudas the whole game. Hickey can skate and play a good defensive game but like TonySCV said, its gona be hard seeing him get pushed around by Holmstrom and Iginla etc... I was kinda intrigued to find out that Czarnik was invited to Team USA's tryouts, but after seeing him play, i can see why. He has decent size, skates well and he knows what to do with the puck. another big guy that got some attention from the kings brass was Wudrick. They (Robitaille, Emerson and some other guy) were saying that he has the look of a power forward and i wont be surprise if they give him a long look at training camp. also, someone mentioned that Voinov was injured. Yes, he is. apparently he had shoulder surgery over the summer. he was there watching. Loktionov was not there either and like the other poster said, i dont know where he was either. Schenn was okay. nothing spectacular yet. he got knocked on his ass 2x. 1st by Teubert then by Elkins. i agree that the best goal was by Kozun. he roofed it, stickside. No one really stuck out too much. maybe Hickey, Czarnick and Wudrick. Tuebert will prolly be a 2nd pairing or even a 3rd. he does seem like he has improve on his defensive positioning. the goalies are ok. nothing really to see there. i think Bernier is getting bored with this dev. camps. its his 3rd or 4th??? no pix because they move to fast and my digicam cant keep up. ill try again tom.

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07-10-2009, 03:43 PM
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I found videos from today, apparently they're by a guy named Matt Reitz (http://twitter.com/ViewFromMySeats).

http://tweetreel.com/?3zysq
http://tweetreel.com/?5k45y
http://tweetreel.com/?nkcpf

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