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02-09-2010, 10:41 AM
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Damnit why is youtube down
YouTube was down for maintenance last night, which is why I couldn't post any postgame video from the game.

Anyway here are a few more clips courtesy of Inside Hockey. Chris Kreider is featured in the Beanpot extra during the last 20 seconds or so. The others are Colby Cohen and Carl Sneep.

BU postgame press conference:



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No, not at all. He forced the worlds best player to take an off-angle, one handed shot that Lundqvist let in a softie on.

Christ its amazing how people let their bias get in the way of fundamental hockey analysis.
Dude relax it happens to NHL players more often than not. I actually like Rozy, he is a good 2nd pair D and I just wish he would shoot the puck more often instead of passing it. I agree it was done by the best player in the world, but to say it doesn't happen to NHL players is foolish.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c8woU...eature=related

Dawes had a similar goal (not between the legs like Kreider) last season against Pronger.


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Can't forget Del Zotto blowing past Chara and scoring

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www.nesn.com has highlights of the game and they show Kreiders goal twice
http://www.nesn.com/2010/02/boston-c...mpionship.html

The dude is QUICK

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02-09-2010, 11:33 AM
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No, not at all. He forced the worlds best player to take an off-angle, one handed shot that Lundqvist let in a softie on.

Christ its amazing how people let their bias get in the way of fundamental hockey analysis.
Forced? Rozy didn't do anything other than try and stick check Ovechkin for what seemed like an eternity before he got the shot off. Fault Hank all you want, but that goal was on #33. Even so much as a little push in the chest prevents that goal.

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02-09-2010, 11:41 AM
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Slats wouldn't trade Kreider away.
No, he'd just sign Travis Zajac to a 6 year 40 million dollar deal to center him.

Awesome goal by Kreider. He came into the season a great athlete and is going to end it a great hockey player.

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Love Kreider but this goal really isn't that impressive...

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KseD-GcMrDw

Try again, after missing the stick check he pushed Ovechkin to the outside. That goal is allll Lundqvist. The goaltenders I played against in college make that save 99% of the time.

Im not bashing Lundqvist, but that is all on him. If you can force Alex Ovechkin to take a weak 1 handed shot on a one on one its a win for the defender. Del Zotto or Girardi wouldnt have even been able to make a play on him.

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Not a bad play. Of course an NHL top 6 defenseman would usually make that play, but its still good if Kreider is able to pick it up and dominate the collegiate level next year. BU aren't a bunch of scrubs either, there are a lot of draft picks on that club.
Nigel Dawes says hello when he pulled it on Chris Pronger

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Nigel Dawes says hello when he pulled it on Chris Pronger
Not saying it doesnt happen once in a while, but its a low percentage play. Hence the word "usually"

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KseD-GcMrDw

Try again, after missing the stick check he pushed Ovechkin to the outside. That goal is allll Lundqvist. The goaltenders I played against in college make that save 99% of the time.

Im not bashing Lundqvist, but that is all on him. If you can force Alex Ovechkin to take a weak 1 handed shot on a one on one its a win for the defender. Del Zotto or Girardi wouldnt have even been able to make a play on him.
Guess we'll have to agree to disagree on that. Rozy's soft play did nothing to separate Ovechkin from the puck.

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Love Kreider but this goal really isn't that impressive...
No it is pretty impressive. Not goal of the year, "omg wow" impressive, but his speed and quick move before deaking the goalie is worthy of note.

And for the people saying "yeah but he won't make that play in the NHL against NHL defensemen", that's true most of the time...Kreider even said that move usually doesn't work, but honestly it does sometimes work and that's why players, even in the NHL, will keep trying it and sometimes get away with it. If the defenseman commits like that guy did on Kreider, I'd say it's the right move. If Kreider tries to keep going wide, he probably gets the puck stripped from him. It's the ability to read the play (either consciously or unconsciously) and make the right move that can separate guys with just physical skill from the guys who can put it all together

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KseD-GcMrDw

Try again, after missing the stick check he pushed Ovechkin to the outside. That goal is allll Lundqvist. The goaltenders I played against in college make that save 99% of the time.

Im not bashing Lundqvist, but that is all on him. If you can force Alex Ovechkin to take a weak 1 handed shot on a one on one its a win for the defender. Del Zotto or Girardi wouldnt have even been able to make a play on him.
Honestly it was a weird goal for Lundqvist too. I don't know if he had his stick just barely angled wrong, but it ramped up off of Lundqvist weird and over his shoulder...Lundqvist was in position and made the "save", the puck just did something really weird. Maybe it was the stick angle, but it's also not like Lundqvist completely blew it and let a goal in 5 hole or something.

Ovechkin gets crazy lucky goals because he's always shooting

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Love Kreider but this goal really isn't that impressive...
Really?

Guy is going at full speed with the puck, which is faster then anyone on the ice, while at full speed he pulls off a ridiculous move around the defender, then he fakes a forehand shot on the goalie, and tucks it in on the backhand in the couple inches of space left.

That is not impressive? Alrighty then.

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Love Kreider but this goal really isn't that impressive...
LOL. How can you post that?

He deked out one of the better young d-men in college hockey. Deked him out of his entire set of equipment.

They are still trying to find the guy's ankles!

I'm sure you could do that, too

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LOL. How can you post that?

He deked out one of the better young d-men in college hockey. Deked him out of his entire set of equipment.

They are still trying to find the guy's ankles!

I'm sure you could do that, too
I'd also add the patience he showed at the end to push the puck into the net...he seemed to wait that extra second to gain enough space to score.

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I'd also add the patience he showed at the end to push the puck into the net...he seemed to wait that extra second to gain enough space to score.
His patience was incredible.

It's something that most players out there don't have.

I love this kid.

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His patience was incredible.

It's something that most players out there don't have.

I love this kid.
I really look forward to seeing him and Stepan on the same line in a few years.

BTW, Jon, I asked you this elsewhere, but, any thoughts on Brett Connolly and Burmistrov?

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I really look forward to seeing him and Stepan on the same line in a few years.

BTW, Jon, I asked you this elsewhere, but, any thoughts on Brett Connolly and Burmistrov?
Burmistrov looked great in the CHL top prospects game. Everytime he had the puck, it seemed like something could happen. Kid's got a ton of offensive skill and potential.

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Burmistrov looked great in the CHL top prospects game. Everytime he had the puck, it seemed like something could happen. Kid's got a ton of offensive skill and potential.
He seems to be a consensus top 10 pick.

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Nigel Dawes says hello when he pulled it on Chris Pronger
Dawe's move was different.

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The most surprising thing about that Dawes goal is that Pronger didn't elbow him in the head

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Love Kreider but this goal really isn't that impressive...
Don't focus on the original video in super slo mo - watch the NESN link that shows it at full speed.

You will be impressed.

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Don't focus on the original video in super slo mo - watch the NESN link that shows it at full speed.

You will be impressed.
This is like the reaction that some had to the replay of the Lundqvist save on Mottau. You can't really appreciate it until you see it in full speed.

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I really look forward to seeing him and Stepan on the same line in a few years.

BTW, Jon, I asked you this elsewhere, but, any thoughts on Brett Connolly and Burmistrov?
I would love to have Burmistrov. Frankly, he might be the most talented kid in the draft when all is said and done. He just oozes skill. He has the Russian factor, but he's worth drafting in the top 10 regardless.

I haven't seen Connolly a lot, but I liked him. Not loved him, but he's still young.

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