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05-09-2010, 01:01 AM
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thought this guy was american or canadian for some reason
Thats because he plays like one.

Along with Matt Cullen, he was the sens best forward in the playoffs.

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05-09-2010, 03:15 AM
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Why isn't Mikkel Boedkker playing for Denmark? Didn't he make the team?
http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=772131

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Mikkel Bødker (injured)

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wow, that was sick.

Regin's improving his game every day...

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its funny cause just before the game I thought when was the last real beauty at a WC? I couldn`t remember but this one was awesome!

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Why isn't Mikkel Boedkker playing for Denmark? Didn't he make the team?
yeah, I missed him too, is he injured?

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sorry, read it to late. Thanks!

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This kid improves by the shift. Hard to know what he'll bring to the Sens next year, but he's just an amazing young player to watch. Go Regin!

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When Vatanen joined team Finland I said he'll be the next Niinimaa. Then to cap it off he took his old number #44. If that wasn't enough he got beaten pretty much the same way Niinimaa got smoked by Darren McCarty


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When Vatanen joined team Finland I said he'll be the next Niinimaa. Then to cap it off he took his old number #44. If that wasn't enough he got beaten pretty much the same way Niinimaa got smoked by Darren McCarty

LOL, Sami Vatanen must be enrolled in the Janne Niinimaa school of defense.


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thought this guy was american or canadian for some reason
You come from a country, that invented its own game (Baseball) and then decide to name the league winner World Champions.

Why am i not surprised you thought he was an American?

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You come from a country, that invented its own game (Baseball) and then decide to name the league winner World Champions.

Why am i not surprised you thought he was an American?
Shame on him for not assuming the guy is Danish.

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You come from a country, that invented its own game (Baseball) and then decide to name the league winner World Champions.

Why am i not surprised you thought he was an American?
I also assumed he was american, becuase I knew he wasn't canadian

Im glad hes from denmark, now its ok for me to like him... when hes not wearing a sens jersey

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Who was #44?

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EDIT: He should wear 93 in Ottawa. Not sure why he chose 43.
Most rookies get those types of numbers assigned to them.

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And Danes have been doing that for the last 6 years
6 years - that's amazing. You're probably one of a handful of people who actually saw his emergence as a good NHL player coming.

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Nichlas Hardt

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More likely, he was asking about the Finnish #44, Sami Vatanen (although he should probably have guessed it already, if he read the thread),

18 y o, 4th round pick for Anaheim in last year's draft.
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6 years - that's amazing. You're probably one of a handful of people who actually saw his emergence as a good NHL player coming.
Never been in doubt...

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Never been in doubt...
Have you ever done your own scouting report on Regin? If so, I'd like to read it as I'm sure a lot of Sens fans would.

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Have you ever done your own scouting report on Regin? If so, I'd like to read it as I'm sure a lot of Sens fans would.
Don't get your point.

I'm from the same town as Regin. Has followed him first hand throughout his entire career. I've honestly never been in doubt that he had NHL caliber. Is that so hard to understand?

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05-10-2010, 12:40 PM
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Don't get your point.

I'm from the same town as Regin. Has followed him first hand throughout his entire career. I've honestly never been in doubt that he had NHL caliber. Is that so hard to understand?
Something got lost in translation there.

If you've followed him that long and know the ins and outs of his game, would you provide us with a "strength" and "weakness" report on Regin?

I've heard him compared to a poor man's Zetterberg a lot. Is that accurate?

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Don't get your point.

I'm from the same town as Regin. Has followed him first hand throughout his entire career. I've honestly never been in doubt that he had NHL caliber. Is that so hard to understand?
He didn't mean any offence. I think he's just looking for some info from his past...what types of skills did you see from him as a developing teenager growing up in Denmark, what made you realize he was an NHL talent, what set him apart from the rest of the Danish kids...etc. He seems to have specifically asked you if you made a report of him over the years...which you probably haven't...but he would probably be satisfied with any interesting information you've gathered over the years of Regin's development before coming to North America.

His puck handling looks superior in the game today. Controlling the game with calmness when he needs to. One thing about Regin...he wins most of his shifts, and plays a mostly mistake free game.

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You come from a country, that invented its own game (Baseball) and then decide to name the league winner World Champions.

Why am i not surprised you thought he was an American?
i was born in canada and also live there

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Something got lost in translation there.

If you've followed him that long and know the ins and outs of his game, would you provide us with a "strength" and "weakness" report on Regin?

I've heard him compared to a poor man's Zetterberg a lot. Is that accurate?
Oh i thought you were joking, i'm sorry. Don't have time to write anything right now, have to go and watch Finland vs. Germany

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He didn't mean any offence. I think he's just looking for some info from his past...what types of skills did you see from him as a developing teenager growing up in Denmark, what made you realize he was an NHL talent, what set him apart from the rest of the Danish kids...etc. He seems to have specifically asked you if you made a report of him over the years...which you probably haven't...but he would probably be satisfied with any interesting information you've gathered over the years of Regin's development before coming to North America.

His puck handling looks superior in the game today. Controlling the game with calmness when he needs to. One thing about Regin...he wins most of his shifts, and plays a mostly mistake free game.
Haha, yeah, that was exactly what I was going for.

For example:

When Regin went to Bingo of the AHL we all struggled to find feeds to watch him, but he certainly came with the mantle that he was the next big thing in terms of 2-way forwards.

Since he's been a Senator I've noticed that he's got a dogged determination on the puck in terms of taking it from opposing players. He seems to have an extremely high hockey IQ as well, which makes him all the more dangerous when backchecking. He's got excellent puck control in tight spaces and appears to have a nice wrist shot.

When he was a younger player, what made the Danish fans excited about him, did they see this type of player evolving, or is he exceeding their expectations?

Furthermore, can he continue to excel, or has he reached his peak.

Hard questions to answer, but someone who's watched him 6 years might have some insight.

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