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06-07-2011, 08:44 PM
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Welcome Shameus! I'd like to think we're a middling group with the need for a solid piece or two and really think that your presence will be a great addition to the team.

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It didn't kick in until now, but we can bring the Luon8o joke back!
I was lamenting that we couldn't call him 7uongo. Moving on to the next best thing.

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Nice!! Welcome, now be nice around here!!

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Welcome Shameus! I'd like to think we're a middling group with the need for a solid piece or two and really think that your presence will be a great addition to the team.



I was lamenting that we couldn't call him 7uongo. Moving on to the next best thing.
I prefer Ro8erto

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Wait, you guys and gals, let Liverpool fans in here?

Need a little bit of info. I know who the big boys are, but could use some info on the rest of the team and some of info to help fill in the blanks.

1) can someone give me a rundown on Giordano?

2) who is the best pk'er on the team?

3) what's better the team's PK or PP?

4) who is the face off specialist?

5) Does the team have any young up and comers who are on the team or on the AHL team/overseas that will make the team next season?

6) Who is the team's shut down defenseman?

7) Who is the team's most likely forward to get a Selke nod?

8) If I see a Flame get into a fight, who is the most likely candidate?

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06-07-2011, 10:15 PM
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Wait, you guys and gals, let Liverpool fans in here?

Need a little bit of info. I know who the big boys are, but could use some info on the rest of the team and some of info to help fill in the blanks.

1) can someone give me a rundown on Giordano?

2) who is the best pk'er on the team?

3) what's better the team's PK or PP?

4) who is the face off specialist?

5) Does the team have any young up and comers who are on the team or on the AHL team/overseas that will make the team next season?

6) Who is the team's shut down defenseman?

7) Who is the team's most likely forward to get a Selke nod?

8) If I see a Flame get into a fight, who is the most likely candidate?

1) Great PMD and my favorite dman on the team
2) Curtis Glencross
3) PK was 21 in the league while PP was 8 so PP
4) Iginla
5) Mikael Backlund is currently playing for us. Greg Nemisz, Lance Bouma and TJ Brodie will try for roster spots next year.
6) Bouwmeester
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8) Iginla

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06-07-2011, 10:23 PM
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Wait, you guys and gals, let Liverpool fans in here?

Need a little bit of info. I know who the big boys are, but could use some info on the rest of the team and some of info to help fill in the blanks.

1) can someone give me a rundown on Giordano?

Mobile puck moving defenseman that is above average physically. Good on the powerplay although he does not have a very hard shot. Above average defensively. Decided that he wasn't valuable enough to the Flames after the 09-10 season so he added shot blocking prowess to his skill set.

2) who is the best pk'er on the team?

Glencross is the most lethal. When Bourque is on his game he's also very lethal but we haven't seen that in a while.

3) what's better the team's PK or PP?

PK at the start of the season, PP to finish.

4) who is the face off specialist?



5) Does the team have any young up and comers who are on the team or on the AHL team/overseas that will make the team next season?

Backlund is the only one. I can see him turning into a 70 point defensive center. Brendan Morrison like.

6) Who is the team's shut down defenseman?

Regehr

7) Who is the team's most likely forward to get a Selke nod?

Glencross

8) If I see a Flame get into a fight, who is the most likely candidate?

Jackman although when they had him wearing a visor and not fighting he turned out to be an effective hockey player.
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06-07-2011, 10:24 PM
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Wait, you guys and gals, let Liverpool fans in here?

Need a little bit of info. I know who the big boys are, but could use some info on the rest of the team and some of info to help fill in the blanks.

1) can someone give me a rundown on Giordano?

2) who is the best pk'er on the team?

3) what's better the team's PK or PP?

4) who is the face off specialist?

5) Does the team have any young up and comers who are on the team or on the AHL team/overseas that will make the team next season?

6) Who is the team's shut down defenseman?

7) Who is the team's most likely forward to get a Selke nod?

8) If I see a Flame get into a fight, who is the most likely candidate?
Something wrong with Liverpool?

I'll take a stab here...

1) Gio's a solid top 4 two-way guy. Lots of heart, blocked shots, big hits... smart with the puck, just all around dependable, and improving every year. Gets time on both PK and PP. He really, really enjoys hitting Dustin Brown, apparently.

2) I'd say Glencross is our best on the PK. Fast, responsible and a real shorthanded threat.

3) PK probably, a lot of defensively responsible forwards on the team. Both have room for improvement though. If TJ Brodie actually makes the team next year he should provide a bit of a boost to the PP.

4) Face-off specialist? The other team's center. Iginla takes a lot of the right-handed draws, most of our centers are pretty weak. Without looking anything up I think Morrison was our top guy, and its doubtful he'll be back next year.

5) Mikael Backlund is our top young guy, finished his first full season on the top line with Iginla and Tanguay, I really think he's gonna blow up next year, he showed a ton of promise. On the farm... offensively Greg Nemisz looks to be a solid 2nd/3rd line 2 way winger, Ryan Howse scored 51 goals in the WHL this past season, Max Reinhart broke out in the WHL as well this year. On the blueline, having just lost Tim Erixon, TJ Brodie is probably the top prospect, an offensive d-man, started the season last year with the Flames.

6) Regehr and Bouwmeester are the shutdown pair, effective contrast of styles. Reggie lacks a bit of foot speed, but makes up for it in positioning and the fact he has absolutely no issue running guys through the boards. Bo I'm sure you're a little more familiar with. I personally spend a fair majority of the time wondering what Bouwmeester is thinking on the ice, however.

7) Selke.. that's a thinker. Glencross currently, maybe? Some of the takeaways Backlund made late in the season last year have me thinking he could potentially have a shot (out of our forwards) down the road if he develops that way.

8) There's no real fighter for the Flames assuming Ivanans can't go next season. Jackman, Kostopolous, Regehr, Giordano, Sarich will go a bit, Iginla is usually good for a few scraps a year as well.

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06-07-2011, 10:59 PM
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Wait, you guys and gals, let Liverpool fans in here?

Need a little bit of info. I know who the big boys are, but could use some info on the rest of the team and some of info to help fill in the blanks.

1) can someone give me a rundown on Giordano?

2) who is the best pk'er on the team?

3) what's better the team's PK or PP?

4) who is the face off specialist?

5) Does the team have any young up and comers who are on the team or on the AHL team/overseas that will make the team next season?

6) Who is the team's shut down defenseman?

7) Who is the team's most likely forward to get a Selke nod?

8) If I see a Flame get into a fight, who is the most likely candidate?
Welcome to the board, Shameus!

1. Our most dynamic defensemen, heart and soul energy player. He has a great overall skill set at both ends of the rink that ran the PP quite effectively last season.

2. Curtis Glencross, He is a threat to score short handed every night. Speed is the biggest key to his success down a man.

3. Recently It has been our PP, You will usually find Tanguay (assuming he's resigned) and Giordano on the points which really proved to be an effective formation which certainly helped bolster our PP throughout the latter half of the season.

4. Their really is none, Our strongest player in the dot would be Iginla. That is definitely a sore spot on our current roster that certainly needs improving.

5. Mikael Backlund is our most promising young player currently on the roster, with that being said their are also the likes of TJ Brodie, Greg Nemisz, Lance Bouma and Leland Irving who all have a legitimate shot at cracking our roster as soon as next season.

6. Jay Bouwmeester and Robyn Regehr are the go to player's in the crucial defensive moments of a game.

7. With the exception of last season, I would say Rene Bourque. He was highly regarded by many league wide as a very good two way player, but for some reason last year seemed lazy and at times disinterested in that facet of the game. He certainly has the potential to regain that form this coming season.

8. Tim Jackman is currently the go to enforcer on the team. Although we are seemingly moving away from having players on the roster that are only their to fight, which is evident by Jackman being our top heavyweight as he is a very good hockey player.

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06-07-2011, 11:12 PM
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Wait, you guys and gals, let Liverpool fans in here?

Need a little bit of info. I know who the big boys are, but could use some info on the rest of the team and some of info to help fill in the blanks.

1) can someone give me a rundown on Giordano?

2) who is the best pk'er on the team?

3) what's better the team's PK or PP?

4) who is the face off specialist?

5) Does the team have any young up and comers who are on the team or on the AHL team/overseas that will make the team next season?

6) Who is the team's shut down defenseman?

7) Who is the team's most likely forward to get a Selke nod?

8) If I see a Flame get into a fight, who is the most likely candidate?
1. As everybody has already said, probably our MVP on defense. Gio can be a beast. I'm sure Dustin Brown would agree.

2. When he isn't in the box himself, Glencross.

3. I thought since the acquisition of The Anton, the teams PP became the bigger threat as the season went on.

4. What is that? Seriously, the closest person to that is Iginla and he plays RW.

5. Mikael Backlund is our top young guy. Bouma, Nemisz and Brodie all also had some time on the big team. Max Reinhart could be a player we hear about in a couple seasons. Leland Irving will be battling Henrik Karlsson (assuming he's re-signed) for the #2 position behind Kipper as well.

6. Robyn Regehr.

7. Glencross at best, I think.

8. I think the player brought in to do that was Raitis Ivanans, and he played all 0.5 a game this past season. Jackman is probably the most likely candidate to drop them, albeit that probably won't be often.


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Everyone has pretty much answered all your questions. I will add although our PK was ranked pretty bad by seasons end we are usually pretty good at getting short handed goals. Glencross is probably our best Pk'er but Bourque is up their, although he didn't play the PK much last year, I would look for Backlund to have a good year on the PK. No real true enforcer but Ivanas, but he probably won't play much, pretty much everyone on the team is willing to fight minus Tanguay and Backlund. Regher is the more physical shut down guy but Bouwmeester is very good positionally and a good stick check.

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I wont answer them all because people were pretty thorough
But, get on the Backlund hype train, the kid is our big hope for the future and showed lots of promise when given the opportunity at the end of the season
Tim Jackman is such a sparkplug for the team as well. During are gigantic winning tear this year he was one of the guys making the big plays and changing the games. Just a great player.
And My personal favorite prospect is Max Reinhart who really broke out this year, and is looking like he could be a steal (crossing my fingers)

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thanks for all the info all.

After reading everyone's suggestions, I think a former Thrasher could really help this team. Jim Slater, because he was a first round pick a lot of Thrasher fans were down on him, but losing him to a concussion mid season was one of the reasons the team went into a spiral. Just like the Flames the Thrashers didn't have a good faceoff man after Slater went down. Slater was winning over 60% of his faceoffs when he went down. He is a high energy/motor kind of guy, doesn't mind mixing it up or getting under someone's skin. He has one year left on his contract, but wouldn't be a bad addition. He's not going to line up in the Top 6, but he'll be a good addition as a bottom 6/PK'er/face off specialist.

If anyone comes offering Oduya, turn and run the other direction.

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Hopefully this works out better for us than Freddy Modin.
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Welcome Shaemus! As you can see with my avatar, ive been paying my respects to the Thrashers for a while, and have posted a few messages on the Thrashers board extending my condolences. Ive always had a soft spot for Atlanta, why, i have no idea, but Ive always cheered for them.

I think it's just horrible luck you guys got the horrible ownership of ASG that you did, and I truly believe Atlanta is a really solid market with lots of potential, but sadly I think the NHL permanently screwed itself there now.. hopefully you have fun cheering on the Flames, it certainly has its share of heartbreak but really, which team doesnt? But know that everyone is going to welcome you with open arms and are all glad to have you on board.

Cheers buddy.

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1) can someone give me a rundown on Giordano?
He's solid. Plays more physical than you'd think his size would allow (he's a "small" six feet and 200lbs), can move the puck and blocks shots like they're going out of style. He earned his $4M contract extension and his play made one of the Big 3 expendable.

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2) who is the best pk'er on the team?
Glencross probably, but Gio does block a lot of shots.

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3) what's better the team's PK or PP?
The PK seems better than it is, the PP seems worse than it is, I don't really know what to say.

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4) who is the face off specialist?
We don't like to talk about it.

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5) Does the team have any young up and comers who are on the team or on the AHL team/overseas that will make the team next season?
Backlund is the guy in the NHL. T.J. Brodie has a spot to lose after a good season in the AHL (and getting a few games out of training camp last year), Tim Erixon was supposed to be the guy making the team from Europe, but **** him.

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6) Who is the team's shut down defenseman?
Robyn Regehr, he's from Brazil donchaknow.

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Glencross probably.

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Assuming (seems mean to say 'hoping') that Ivanans doesn't return it will be Jackman, followed by Iginla.

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Hey guys,
don't forget to welcome our second round choice flerd_trandle who was highly ranked by Shameus and could turn out as a real steal according to Shameus analysis.

Welcome on board flerd_trandle!

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After reading everyone's suggestions, I think a former Thrasher could really help this team. Jim Slater, because he was a first round pick a lot of Thrasher fans were down on him, but losing him to a concussion mid season was one of the reasons the team went into a spiral. Just like the Flames the Thrashers didn't have a good faceoff man after Slater went down. Slater was winning over 60% of his faceoffs when he went down. He is a high energy/motor kind of guy, doesn't mind mixing it up or getting under someone's skin. He has one year left on his contract, but wouldn't be a bad addition. He's not going to line up in the Top 6, but he'll be a good addition as a bottom 6/PK'er/face off specialist.
I wouldn't mind adding Slater. Only problem is, that we have already four centers under contract with Backlund, Jokinen, Langkow and Stajan and Moss was tried out at center, too, soo adding a center might not be at the top of Feaster's priorities.
But since Langkow in particular is flat-out terrible in the face-off circle, Slater might actually be a guy we should target. Maybe he could be part of a bigger deal with Winnipeg, in which we can either unload one of our bad contracts or add a pick.

If anyone comes offering Oduya, turn and run the other direction.[/QUOTE]

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Welcome flerd_trandle!

And wow 60%, that's unheard of for us! I believe last season all of our centers were under 50% so we could use someone like that.

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Welcome on board flerd_trandle!

Stajan was supposed to be that faceoff ace for us he even went ~100% in the circle during one of his first games as a Flame. This season was just awful for him for whatever reason.

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I'm a second round pick? My agent is so fired.

Thanks for drafting me. I've never been to Calgary, but I always love seeing the C of Red when catching games on Center Ice. You have great fans up there. I dig the jersey too.

I grew up in New Orleans, so I was not in Atlanta when the Flames were, so I hold no ill will about that move. There is no grudge.

I am a bit of a lurker and am a little down on the league right now, so my post count may not be very high.

GO FLAMES GO!

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Welcome to the board flerd_trandle.

Glad to see that you guys plan on staying for awhile. I've always liked Atlanta, my grade 9 teacher was Evander Kane's aunt.


Jim Slater might be a good fit, our centers are terrible in the dot. Iggy is probably the best at faceoffs on our team. If we acquired Slater we could probably just move Langkow to the wing.

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I'll be honest with you two, it's not easy to be a fan of the Flames right now. The league wide consensus is that we have hard years ahead. Our management is convinced everything is great and one or two players will make the difference. Our best prospect just pulled a passive-aggressive Lindros. Our source of hope and optimism is the upcoming draft, where we finally have 3 picks in the top 60.

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A team that management has a delusional view of, huh FT and I should fit right in.

Honestly after doing some research this team looks like the the Thrashers the year after their playoff run. A little aging, a superstar and another plus offensive talent or two. In need of a little bit of youth infusion. Your prospect system also resembles the Thrashers around that time frame. Now though after a few good drafts there is a lot of young players that look they will be the base for a solid team for years to come. I promise a good draft or two can turn things around.

The biggest difference I see between that Thrashers' squad and this current Flames squad is in goal and the D corps. Those have always been areas that have plagued the Thrashers franchise so it is a plus for this team.

I do think Slater is the type of blue collar/lunch pail/heart and soul/leader type that could really work for the Flames and become a fan favorite. A lot of Thrashers fans, myself included, didn't realize how important he was to that team until he went down. Besides faceoffs he just is a plus bottom 6 kind of center who does the small things well. He will not get a lot of points, and at times pulls a "Mendoza" from the "Mighty Ducks" movies where he gets going and can't stop except to crash into something. He would definitely be one to keep an eye on for next summer if the Thrashers (I'm sorry I will never call them the Jets/Winni-whatever) let him leave. Also a current UFA that might not be a bad get and could be cheap is Dvorak. Was solid not spectacular in the bottom 6 and was good on the PK.

If this team needs a young D man or two, the Thrashers have 3 good young ones in Kulda, Zubarev, and Postma who all played in the A in the last season, there is not enough room so getting one away might be possible. Plus they have Zach Redmond turning pro with Sol and Chiarot. If I was going to cherry pick one....I'd go Zubarev or Redmond. Postma is a PP QB, and a good one, but I am not sure about his two way game. Zubarev already has a lot of pro experience not only in the A but in the KHL. I just think Redmond is going to be a solid but not spectacular pro who is dependable.

On the offensive prospect side, Pettersson might be easily picked up. He didn't have a great year in the A, but was very good in preseason and had a solid career over in Sweden.

Also Fredrik Pettersson-Wentzel looks like he is going to be a better pro goalie than either of the goalies the Thrashers have above him in their prospect rankings.

Hope this information helps Flames fans with any proposals from the burg down the way in the future.

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This Dispersal Draft was interesting, I'll say.

Maybe I'll start making more appearances 'round these here parts.

Welcome to the boards, Shameus and flerd_trandle!


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06-08-2011, 12:51 PM
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I made an avatar for flerd_trandle too. Didn't know if I had to, but I have fun making 'em anyways... and I made an updated version of Shameus' avatar because I had more time to work on it today. Don't know if it's any better than the first one though, heh.

Welcome to the board, good sirs Shameus and flerd_trandle!




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