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07-29-2010, 01:36 AM
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He will only be 35 at the end of his contract, I would give him a few more years minimum before KHL. He has meant too much to this organization Kenny wouldn't let him go so fast and Pav doesn't seem like the kind of guy who would bolt a situation he is comfortable in. At least I hope.
He and his wife wanted their daughter to start school in Russia and she did. His wife and daughter were both away from him this past year. I'm sure he'd love to be with his family more than anything. I'm sure Russia provides a situation where he can probably feel more comfortable than he does in Detroit as far as his personal life goes. I'd love for him to sign another contract but if he wanted to go back home then I'd be happy for him then too.

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I guess that there is a 50-50 chance that Pav signs another contract with us. But I wouldn't worry about it that much. We'll have much bigger problems by then (or a bit later hopefully)... Anyway, I'm just going to love how we'll ***** here about Zetterberg and Franzen stuck on our bottom six with those massive cap-hits. If Draper has gotten a lot of bad talk the past few seasons, what the hell will happen then...

On topic. Hopefully our top 4 will be Smith, Kindl, Kronner, Almqvist. Then there is Stuart and a whole bunch of projects. Our top 6 should be Tatar, Nyqvist, Mursak, Sheahan, Jarnkrok and ummm... Abby (if he's Franzen 2.0), or Ferraro (if he is not HTD 2.0).

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I guess that there is a 50-50 chance that Pav signs another contract with us. But I wouldn't worry about it that much. We'll have much bigger problems by then (or a bit later hopefully)... Anyway, I'm just going to love how we'll ***** here about Zetterberg and Franzen stuck on our bottom six with those massive cap-hits. If Draper has gotten a lot of bad talk the past few seasons, what the hell will happen then...

On topic. Hopefully our top 4 will be Smith, Kindl, Kronner, Almqvist. Then there is Stuart and a whole bunch of projects. Our top 6 should be Tatar, Nyqvist, Mursak, Sheahan, Jarnkrok and ummm... Abby (if he's Franzen 2.0), or Ferraro (if he is not HTD 2.0).
Don't get me wrong that's a whole bunch of skill, but hell, you'll be competing for one of the smallest top 6's of all time!

Well not really but you get my drift.

In all honesty though that doesn't look to bad at all, TONS of skill could turn out to be pretty deadly, lets just hope everyone progresses like there supposed too. And than will know.....


Jarnkork - Sheahan - Tatar

Nyqvist - Ferraro - Mursak


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07-31-2010, 10:47 AM
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Broc Little isn't a prospect so far as I can tell as he's undrafted and he's playing his senior season at Yale but the pint sized forward can score.

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Little registered 27 goals and 41 points over the course of only 34 games played for the Yale Bulldogs during the 2009-2010 season, and was named the ECAC player of the year by the New England Hockey Journal.
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Broc Little showed the DetroitRed Wings why he led Division I college hockey with .79 goals pergame in 2009-10 while skating at the National Hockey League annualdevelopment camp in Detroit's City Arena on July 13. The Yale skater heading into his senior season tallied twice inregulation and added a shootout goal in Team Lidstrom's 5-4win over Team Zetterberg in the camp's scrimmage finale. Theundrafted Bulldog, who had 27 goals in 34 games last winter,certainly made his presence known among the Red Wings' topselections by earning top-scoring honors that day.
It sounds like a fun scrimmage. The first period was 5 on 5, the second was 4 on 4 and the third period was 3 on 3. Lots of open ice in that final period there.

I've never seen him play but I hope he at least has some wheels. It sounds like he does as he supposedly led college hockey in shorthanded goals as a sophomore. If so he might have a shot at playing at the AHL level.

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Don't get me wrong that's a whole bunch of skill, but hell, you'll be competing for one of the smallest top 6's of all time!

Well not really but you get my drift.

In all honesty though that doesn't look to bad at all, TONS of skill could turn out to be pretty deadly, lets just hope everyone progresses like there supposed too. And than will know.....


Jarnkork - Sheahan - Tatar

Nyqvist - Ferraro - Mursak
Ya know, i hated the Sheahan pick at first because it wasnt the "sexy" pick like most people love to see but in reality this pick looks pretty damn good to me. If Detroit could add another Sheahan-esque type prospect next year in the draft or a physical defenseman with size then our future will most definitely look bright (not that it doesnt already). I cant wait to see some of these kids pan out.

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07-31-2010, 11:26 PM
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Don't get me wrong that's a whole bunch of skill, but hell, you'll be competing for one of the smallest top 6's of all time!

Well not really but you get my drift.

In all honesty though that doesn't look to bad at all, TONS of skill could turn out to be pretty deadly, lets just hope everyone progresses like there supposed too. And than will know.....


Jarnkork - Sheahan - Tatar

Nyqvist - Ferraro - Mursak
Where does Pulkinnen fit in?

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Where does Pulkinnen fit in?
P-u-l-k-k-i-n-e-n. Double K.
Like F-i-l-p-p-u-l-a has the double P. Not Filpulla.
I think you love these Finnish names.

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I think Mursak is closest to be a 3rd liner. But the "Cleary" type, could play at defensive line, but also could be in a worker role at offesive lines, when the injuries occur. Absolutely valuable tool.

Sheahan - Järnkrok - Tatar
Pulkkinen - Ferraro - Nyquist/(or why not Mursak)


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P-u-l-k-k-i-n-e-n. Double K.
Like F-i-l-p-p-u-l-a has the double P. Not Filpulla.
I think you love these Finnish names.
Ok, double K's but not double N's. I had it spelled Pulkinnen.

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Here's a link for the WJC for game recaps. It looks like it might be a good way to keep track of DRW prospects who are participating. It was linked over at Snapshots.

http://usahockey2.com/usah_blogs/world_juniors_blog/

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Tatar - Jarnkrok - Nyquist
Mursak - Sheahan - Pulkkinen

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Almqvist and Järnkrok with a goal each in their 5-3 win over Finland at the Lake Placid tournament. Sweden had a very good team with guys like MPS, OEL and other "superstars" but Finland was missing most of their WJC-contenders. Pulkkinen isn't in Finlands roster in this tournament.

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Almqvist and Järnkrok with a goal each in their 5-3 win over Finland at the Lake Placid tournament. Sweden had a very good team with guys like MPS, OEL and other "superstars" but Finland was missing most of their WJC-contenders. Pulkkinen isn't in Finlands roster in this tournament.
Do you have a link of the tournament or something. I'm interested in seeing what prospects are participating. Anyone else playing from our group?


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Do you have a link of the tournament or something. I'm interested in seeing what prospects are participating. Anyone else playing from our group?
Here are some links:
-Tournament homepage, I guess.
-A "tournament blog" on NHL.com

I don't think there are other guys from our prospect pool. In the game against Finland Calle centered the 4th line playing with Landeskog and Wallén, while AA was on the 2nd d-pairing with Peter Andersson. Today in their USA-game Calle is on the 3rd line with Landeskog and Wännström, while Almqvist will take over the 1st pairing slot playing with OEL(!). That's great for AA, really getting a chance to shine!

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Here are some links:
-Tournament homepage, I guess.
-A "tournament blog" on NHL.com

I don't think there are other guys from our prospect pool. In the game against Finland Calle centered the 4th line playing with Landeskog and Wallén, while AA was on the 2nd d-pairing with Peter Andersson. Today in their USA-game Calle is on the 3rd line with Landeskog and Wännström, while Almqvist will take over the 1st pairing slot playing with OEL(!). That's great for AA, really getting a chance to shine!
Yes, news that awesome deserves to be another color.

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Here are some links:
-Tournament homepage, I guess.
-A "tournament blog" on NHL.com

I don't think there are other guys from our prospect pool. In the game against Finland Calle centered the 4th line playing with Landeskog and Wallén, while AA was on the 2nd d-pairing with Peter Andersson. Today in their USA-game Calle is on the 3rd line with Landeskog and Wännström, while Almqvist will take over the 1st pairing slot playing with OEL(!). That's great for AA, really getting a chance to shine!
Thank you for the links I will add them to first post.

That is good news for AA and Calle though.

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Here are some links:
-Tournament homepage, I guess.
-A "tournament blog" on NHL.com

I don't think there are other guys from our prospect pool. In the game against Finland Calle centered the 4th line playing with Landeskog and Wallén, while AA was on the 2nd d-pairing with Peter Andersson. Today in their USA-game Calle is on the 3rd line with Landeskog and Wännström, while Almqvist will take over the 1st pairing slot playing with OEL(!). That's great for AA, really getting a chance to shine!
Good stuff, hopefully Almqvist turns out to be the steal of the decade

Thanks for the links!

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Anyone have any news on how Sheahan is doing in Canada's development camp? I hope he makes the team, that would really help him develop as a professional player.

Also, how are Jarnkrok and Almqvist doing?

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http://www.redwingscentral.com/camps...rs/detroit.php

Prospects tournament roster.

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RE: 2010 Traverse City NHL Prospects Tournament

September 11-15th

The teams slated to be there are:

Rangers, Detroit, Atlanta, Carolina, St. Louis, Minnesota, Columbus and Dallas.

Drop the NHL Network an e-mail in regard to Traverse City. I was told last year, they may consider airing it again if they see a demand for it.

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RE: 2010 Traverse City NHL Prospects Tournament

September 11-15th

The teams slated to be there are:

Rangers, Detroit, Atlanta, Carolina, St. Louis, Minnesota, Columbus and Dallas.

Drop the NHL Network an e-mail in regard to Traverse City. I was told last year, they may consider airing it again if they see a demand for it.

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I let them know I was interested

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Sweden has finished their U20 tournament at Lake Placid with 3 wins and 1 loss. Here is how the players performed:


1. MPS 0+5 (Edmonton #10 overall 2009)
2. William Wallen 3+1 (Undrafted!)
3. Jakob Josefson 1+3 (Devils #20 overall 2009)
4. Adam Almqvist 1+3 (Detroit #210 overall 2009)
5. Adam Larsson 0+4 (2011)
6. Carl Jarnkrok 3+0 (Detroit #51 overall 2010)
7. Anton Lander 3+0 (Edmonton #40 overall 2009)
8. Patrik Cehlin 2+1 (Nashville #126 overall 2010)
9. Carl Klingberg 2+0 (Atlanta #34 overall 2009)
10. Gabriel Landeskog 0+2 (2011)
11. OEL 1+0 (Phoenix #4 overall 2009)

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Sweden has finished their U20 tournament at Lake Placid with 3 wins and 1 loss. Here is how the players performed:


1. MPS 0+5 (Edmonton #10 overall 2009)
2. William Wallen 3+1 (Undrafted!)
3. Jakob Josefson 1+3 (Devils #20 overall 2009)
4. Adam Almqvist 1+3 (Detroit #210 overall 2009)
5. Adam Larsson 0+4 (2011)
6. Carl Jarnkrok 3+0 (Detroit #51 overall 2010)
7. Anton Lander 3+0 (Edmonton #40 overall 2009)
8. Patrik Cehlin 2+1 (Nashville #126 overall 2010)
9. Carl Klingberg 2+0 (Atlanta #34 overall 2009)
10. Gabriel Landeskog 0+2 (2011)
11. OEL 1+0 (Phoenix #4 overall 2009)
Almqvist tied for second in total points and Jarnkrok tied for first for most goals. Nice!

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Is it safe to call Jesper Samuelsson a bust yet?

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He was a 7th round pick and has been a late bloomer his whole life. If he can get his conditioning situation fixed up their is a chance he becomes something. So it is too early in my opinion.

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