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09-05-2009, 01:37 PM
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I got a good feeling Pacioretty will make the big club right out of a camp. Put him on the first line with Gomez and Gionta and look out!

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09-05-2009, 01:54 PM
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around 50 posts on body fat...good god.

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Put him on the first line with Gomez and Gionta and look out!
Look out we can't score? Gionta would be - by far - the best goal scorer on that line and he only had 20 last year. Pacioretty had 3 goals and was on pace for 7 over a full season. Kostitsyn or Cammalleri (or both) should play with Gomez, not Pacioretty. Gomez needs to be with goal scorers.

Pacioretty should start in the AHL or the 3rd or 4th line.

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09-05-2009, 02:18 PM
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Look out we can't score? Gionta would be - by far - the best goal scorer on that line and he only had 20 last year. Pacioretty had 3 goals and was on pace for 7 over a full season. Kostitsyn or Cammalleri (or both) should play with Gomez, not Pacioretty. Gomez needs to be with goal scorers.

Pacioretty should start in the AHL or the 3rd or 4th line.
Dont let Pacioretty's low goal counts fool you, he was, for many stretches, the best Hab forward on the ice. Sometime pucks dont go in the way you would like it, I think it will come eventually. I remember Pacioretty doing most of the dirty work along the boards and on the forecheck, causing turnovers that resulting in other linemates scoring the goals. Those instances are just as important as putting the actual puck in the net.

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09-05-2009, 02:21 PM
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Look out we can't score? Gionta would be - by far - the best goal scorer on that line and he only had 20 last year. Pacioretty had 3 goals and was on pace for 7 over a full season. Kostitsyn or Cammalleri (or both) should play with Gomez, not Pacioretty. Gomez needs to be with goal scorers.

Pacioretty should start in the AHL or the 3rd or 4th line.
Pacioretty and Gionta are both very fast players. Speed is their strenght.
MaxPac also reduced his body fat by 8%.. He will be even faster than last year

They also have good hands, they proved they can score.
And like the other poster said... dont let his goal totals fool you
It's only his rookie year

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Kinetic energy : 1/2 mass (kg) X speedČ. So if MaxPac is 192 pounds but slightly faster than Latendresse at 232 pounds, Pacioretty will hits harder.

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La Presse has him at 196 pounds,he also says he put on 15 pounds of muscle and his body fat is down to 8% not 6

Also Max Pac is dating Afinogenov sister

http://www.cyberpresse.ca/sports/hoc...pacioretty.php

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MaxPac played injured for the last 10 games or so while he was with the Habs.
I really do expect quite a bit of him this year, and that he'll make the club.

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MaxPac played injured for the last 10 games or so while he was with the Habs.
I really do expect quite a bit of him this year, and that he'll make the club.
I really hope so,I think he can be the perfect linemate on that top line with Gomez and Gionta

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Agreed, but balance isn't always measured when you have your two skates jammed into the ice. It's also about when you're in movement.

A heavier guy should be harder to move, that much is normal. But that doesn't mean a smaller guy will necessarily be easier to knock down.
My thoughts on this entire thread so far.

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La Presse has him at 196 pounds,he also says he put on 15 pounds of muscle and his body fat is down to 8% not 6

Also Max Pac is dating Afinogenov sister

http://www.cyberpresse.ca/sports/hoc...pacioretty.php
Afinogenov to the Habs (E4)

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09-08-2009, 09:37 AM
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Afinogenov to the Habs (E4)
Well FerrisRox already thinks he's coming on a tryout since Afino is BFF with Markov. This is just more evidence.

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09-08-2009, 09:57 AM
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Maybe Pacioretty's going to make the team straight out of camp after all. He seems to be in phenomenal shape.

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La Presse has him at 196 pounds,he also says he put on 15 pounds of muscle and his body fat is down to 8% not 6

Also Max Pac is dating Afinogenov sister

http://www.cyberpresse.ca/sports/hoc...pacioretty.php
That part of the article is so not pertinent.

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I hope this kid has a great camp, and has a pretty good season

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09-08-2009, 10:17 AM
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Well FerrisRox already thinks he's coming on a tryout since Afino is BFF with Markov. This is just more evidence.
FerrisRox still thinks we're getting Hossa, i wouldn't put a 5$ on it just yet.

As for Maxpac, man i love his attitude! If only Latendresse had that same motivation when it comes to using his big body, imo Pacioretty would be crazy in front of the net if he played with Gomez and Gionta, he also has the speed to keep up with them and the strength to get those pucks in the corners. I really REALLY hope that's our 1st line againts the Leafs october 1st.

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That part of the article is so not pertinent.
haha seriously, i love how they just threw in a nice little fyi about his personal life.

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09-08-2009, 10:37 AM
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His attitude and drive is impressive. Can't wait to see him in action again. And if he starts in Hamilton, he'll come back soon enough.

It won't be easy though, with Sergei and D'Agostini also looking for a spot in the top 6. Sergei also seem serious as he's already training in Montreal and skating with the vets.

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09-08-2009, 10:41 AM
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His attitude and drive is impressive. Can't wait to see him in action again. And if he starts in Hamilton, he'll come back soon enough.

It won't be easy though, with Sergei and D'Agostini also looking for a spot in the top 6. Sergei also seem serious as he's already training in Montreal and skating with the vets.
He is? I thought Demers was just being Demers when he said that. Apparently the organisation met Sergei in order to discuss his current lifestyle, to get back on track and stuff like that.

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09-08-2009, 10:49 AM
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Yes, I do.
Tell me where did you do your water displacement test??..because you know you need a special tank for it to be accurate right.

It's not because you want him to be at 200-210lbs that he'll perform better. Nor does it mean he'll be faster, quicker or stronger.

You have a small adaptation period when you cut a lot of weight and diet. But I'm on a diet that made me drop my calorie intake from 4200 to 2500 and I have more energy, stamina, need less recovery time and less sleep. I was already in shape so it's not like I was a fat ass eating junk all the time.
MaxPac at 192lbs will look good especially if he truly was at 14% body fat last year.


But no you're right, the bigger, the better, the stronger..sure buddy, sure.
Were you working out when your calorie intake was at 4200?

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He is? I thought Demers was just being Demers when he said that. Apparently the organisation met Sergei in order to discuss his current lifestyle, to get back on track and stuff like that.
If you want confirmation that Sergei was skating with the vets:

http://www.corussports.com/hockey/qu...7-1729081.html

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