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06-26-2004, 10:56 AM
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Philadelphia Flyers Draft day Thread ... No new threads.

Post talk here.

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It would be nice to see us trade up now for this Schwarz kid. Yeah we have a few goalie prospects but this kid has dropped to a place where trading for that pick would be realistic.

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In other news today, the Flyers selected Rob Bellamy.

New England EJHL
43-26-28-54 125pim +21 (led in goals, points, +/-)
6-0 190 (or 6-1 195)
Born May 30, 1985
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Seems like a two-way player - didn't win offensive player of the year (even though he led in points) for his team but won two other team awards. I don't know what they are for however.

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a little more on Rob Bellamy

http://centralscouting.nhl.com/ampla...on=4#_Section4

scouting report from a espn board. no link but a story cut and pasted.

Bellamy is a 6-0, 190-pound right wing who played for the New England Coyotes of the Eastern Junior Hockey League last season. He had 19 goals and 40 points in 36 games with the Coyotes. The 18-year-old is scheduled to begin playing for the University of Maine this fall.

The Flyers were attracted by Bellamy's physical play, and he said he believes that he will be a good match in Philadelphia.

"I think the biggest aspects I bring to the game are my competitiveness and my character," he said. "Every game, every practice, I come with the same mentality. I work hard every day. Every time I jump the boards, the coach is going to know what he gets."

Bellamy is the Flyers' first U.S.-born top selection since goaltender Brian Boucher was taken 22nd overall in the '95 draft.

Central Scouting Bureau had Bellamy ranked 66nd overall in its final listings. The scouting report called Bellamy an aggressive player who "plays with abandon and has an edge to his game. He follows through and completes his checks with determination."

Flyers assistant general manager Paul Holmgren said scouts like Bellamy's assertive style.

"He's a ferocious forechecker," Holmgren said. "We're glad he was there and we're happy we got him."

The draft concludes Sunday at RBC Center and the Flyers have 13 picks remaining in the final six rounds.

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06-26-2004, 08:20 PM
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can't believe that Schremp fell all the way back to 25.

would have been real nice to have gotten him with our 1st. but then again, if the Flyers would have still had the pick, he wouldn't have fell back to us.

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If the Flyers had the pick he would've fell to 26th.

Who are the 3 best players left?

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Bellamy doesnt sound all that bad. I was really hoping they would go with a more established prospect like harkins. Oh well, we have a lot of picks tomorrow and there are still a ton of ranked guys available.

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Wes O'Neill, I suppose, is the best guy left on the board. He goes to Notre Dame which is where Dave Poulin is a head coach, I'd have to think the Flyers with the 3rd pick of round 4, with some connections will draft him, but then again, Blake Wheeler went to that mass of hysteria in Phoenix #5 overall so what do we all really know?

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Here are some previous stories courtesy of a web search that mention Bellamy:

http://www.hockeyjournal.com/nehj/200405/draft.html

http://www.goblackbears.com/hockeym/...04/112003.html

http://www.boston.com/sports/hockey/...n_shine_state/

http://mainecollegesports.bangornews...o_lmahoney.cfm

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Bellamy sounds a bit like a Jordan Tootoo

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MICHEAL R.J. ANDERSON
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From a local paper:

R.J. ANDERSON

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junior, defenseman

The name is Rajon Michael Anderson, but he prefers R.J. The muscular 6-foot-1, 195-pound junior is the best of Minnesota's puck-carrying defensemen. Only two forwards, teammate Tom Gorowsky and Blake Wheeler of Breck, accumulated more points this season than he did. He finished with 85, with 29 goals and 56 assists, for the Class AA state champions.


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"Rob is fearless. He enjoys hitting. He goes to the net with a purpose and he'll hang around in front," said Coyotes general manager Gary Dineen. "With the exception of [Dallas Star sniper] Billy Guerin, he's probably the toughest player we've ever had here."

Junior Bruins coach Peter Masters called Bellamy "the most vicious forechecker I've ever coached or coached against."

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Inquirer says Flyers tried to get the 31st pick.

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124th pick
David Laliberte - RW - Prince Edward Island (QMJHL)
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#149 Gino Pisellini 6' 210lb RW from Plymouth of the OHL

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Gino Pisellini
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Pick 158 must have been traded to Tampa.

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#149 Gino Pisellini 6' 210lb RW from Plymouth of the OHL
No-talent goon, cheapshotter. Horrible pick.

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#170 Ladislav Scurcko


#171 Fredrick Cabana

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Ladislav Scurko
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G Dan Lacosta was taken directly after Bellamy. He would have been a nice pick. He was the 4th overall selcetino in the 2002 OHL draft.

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No-talent goon, cheapshotter. Horrible pick.

thats what i said in the chat....there is no excuse, no reason why goons should be drafted before the 8th round...some people here in thw chat he had upside...goons don't have upside...and frankly the flyers aren't having that great of a draft

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After the success of Rosario Ruggeri, Clarke had to take Gino.

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Ladislav Scurko

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After the success of Rosario Ruggeri, Clarke had to take Gino.
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I'm waiting for the picks we blow on goalies we don't need....

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