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04-24-2004, 07:05 PM
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The Hawks Future Goalie

from this very own web on the teams org ratings, it states:

Weaknesses: Last year’s top organization has seen quite a few graduated prospects move up. Their goaltenders all seem to possess the terrible trait of letting in a bad goal a game and none of them look like they will be top NHL starting netminders.

Is there a stud goalie in the draft, like the american or the czech?

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04-24-2004, 07:33 PM
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Devin Dubnyk's a huge goalie from the WHL, and Magnus Akerlunds a decent goalie from Sweden.

Personally, I think it will be Leighton or Munro-possibly Berkhoel

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04-24-2004, 08:23 PM
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Devin Dubnyk's a huge goalie from the WHL, and Magnus Akerlunds a decent goalie from Sweden.
what is your opinion of the american from minn i think who is ranked top 10 his name is Montoya


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I think Montoya's very good. I think his prefromance at World Juniors was a bit overblown-but he did play very well. I think the Czech, Marek Schwarz will be better. Ive seen Montoya play on TV but his style seems somewhat flawed. He will be very good-I think Schwarz will be better.

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id say Crawford is a future starter

Leighton has a chance too

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04-25-2004, 01:43 AM
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Right now, i'd say the two most likely canidates are Crawford and Brodeur, with Crawford being for likely.

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04-25-2004, 04:37 AM
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Right now, i'd say the two most likely canidates are Crawford and Brodeur, with Crawford being for likely.

i respect what your are saying, but let me make this clear. you are saying that crawford will be the stud #1 goalie that t-bo is not. crawford is better than schwartz and the american kid?

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I think the Czech is the best one out there

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crawford's good though I forgot about him- I think they'll just stay with their goalie prospects-I doubt they draft Montoya or the Czech

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i respect what your are saying, but let me make this clear. you are saying that crawford will be the stud #1 goalie that t-bo is not. crawford is better than schwartz and the american kid?

Crawford is so underrated on this board it's not even funny.

I think he'll suprise a lot of people.

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04-25-2004, 11:11 AM
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Crawford is so underrated on this board it's not even funny.

I think he'll suprise a lot of people.
since i am not a professional scout nor am i with the hawks management, i do not have the access to gage crawford. that is why i am asking about his potential.

according to hf and their rpt on the team, it was written that the hawks goalies may not make it to the bigs.

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04-27-2004, 02:22 PM
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what about Mike Ayers out of UNH. He was the best goalie in the NCAA his junior year, but struggled this season with a bad defense

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Finland puts out some good goalies. I'd look there.

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04-27-2004, 06:52 PM
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i will give way to others opinion on all the hawks goalie prospects. i don't know enuf and i have tendency to be a "pro hawk" in ref to judging the talent compared to others in the league

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What about Craig Anderson? He is a decent young goalie in their system that might prove to be valuable.

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Adam Berkhoel just won the NCAA Championship with the University of Denver and is a Chicago pick. He shut out the best offensive team in the nation, 1-0 in North Dakota in the NCAA regional, and won the NCAA title game vs Maine with a 1-0 shutout - the first time its ever been done. He was voted most outstanding player in the NCAA tourney, and deserves a good long look at Hawks Camp in the fall. He probably needs some AHL time, but I think he's a legitimate NHL prospect....

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What about Mike Brodeur. He has very nice stats this year in the dub, and I went to most of his games in Camrose as a Kodiak and he played very well. I think he could turn out to be a huge steal for you guys.

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I saw crawford played a couple of times this year , i lived in quebec city and we have a junior team hera that played against moncton a couple of time, and corey is maybe the next roberto luongo, he just beat sidney crosby and his team in the last playoff last week making 50 saves in two games....be patient and in two or three years we will be a nhl number 1 goaltender.

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that is a good report and i hope so.

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Leighton had a great final few weeks before he was sent down and received some much-needed experience this season. He's the goalie of the future for this franchise.

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what about Mike Ayers out of UNH. He was the best goalie in the NCAA his junior year, but struggled this season with a bad defense
LeNevue was the best goalie in the NCAA Ayers jr year. UNH's D was soft this year,but Ayers wasn't much better than what was in front of him. He gave up a ton a bad goals.

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Actually Ayers was voted best his Junior year.

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Actually Ayers was voted best his Junior year.
I know he was voted the best, doesn't mean he was the best though.

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I guess the people doing the voting disagreed with you, and Ayers got the award.

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I guess the people doing the voting disagreed with you, and Ayers got the award.
Ayers was excellent his Jr year,but he wasn't the best, And his Sr year he regressed alot. And yes the voters did disagree

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