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10-12-2011, 05:03 AM
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Drouin is considering NCAA, he was interviewed last week and he said he's keeping his options open.
Wow. Does he not like donair or something? He seems to be considering everywhere but Halifax.

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10-12-2011, 09:13 AM
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I'm not sure how to embed youtube videos, but here is a link to a recent video - NHL scouts weigh in on MacKinnon - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzOTZraQpc0


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Game Preview:
THURSDAY, October 13th vs. Blainville-Broisbriand Armada

Overall Record: BLB: 5-8-0-0 (14th overall, 4th in Telus West Division)
Mooseheads 6-4-0-0 (T-8th overall, T-3rd in Maritimes Division)

Head-to-Head: This is the first game between the two clubs this season. Blainville-Broisbriand eliminated the Mooseheads in the first round of the playoffs last season as the Montreal Junior.

Top Scorers:
BLB: Christopher Clapperton (13 GP - 3G, 9A, 12 PTS) Jess Tanguy (13 GP- 1G, 9A, 10 PTS) Alexandre Lemieux (13 GP - 5G, 3A, 8 PTS)

Mooseheads: Nathan MacKinnon (10 GP – 4G, 12A, 16 PTS) Darcy Ashley (10 GP - 7G, 8A, 15 PTS) Matthew Boudreau (10 GP – 6G, 6A, 12 PTS)

Game Notes:
Over the last 3 games Darcy Ashley and Nathan MacKinnon have combined for 12 points…...Konrad Abeltshauser leads the Mooseheads in scoring from the blue line with 9 PTS in just 6 games and a team best +6 rating, along with Travis Randell...…Blainville-Broisbriand have a record of 2-8-0-0 in their last 10 games...The Mooseheads are on a 3-game winning streak…....Nathan MacKinnon is 2nd in rookie scoring with 16 PTS while Blainville-Broisbriand’s Christopher Clapperton is tied for 4th with 12 PTS…...Jess Tanguy of the Armada is tied for 5th in the league with 48 shots…...Matthew Boudreau has registered at least a point in all but one of the Mooseheads first 10 games, he has recorded 6 PTS in his last four games.

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Nathan MacKinnon
Right Wing
Born Sep 1 1995 -- Halifax, NS
Height 5.11 -- Weight 179 -- Shoots R

Regular Season
GP G A Pts PIM +/-
11 5 13 18 12 5

As per hockeydb.com

This puts him on pace for :

goals : 31
assists : 80
points : 121
pims : 74

** Only 14 pts shy of Sidney Crosby's totals in his rookie season with Rimouski ...

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10-14-2011, 03:16 PM
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Game notes for tomorrow night's game against Drummondville ... going for 5 straight. Longest winning streak in a long time.

Halifax has won 4 games in a row…Drummondville is 1-4 in their last 5 games…Drummondville’s Marc-Olivier Brouillard has scored 7 PTS (1G, 6A) in his last 3 games and is fourth in league scoring with 21 PTS…Dacry Ashley has 7 PTS (5G, 2A) in his last 4 games for the Mooseheads….Drummondville RW Andre-Bouvet Morrissette and Halifax C Nathan MacKinnon are tied for third in the league in assists with 13 each…Voltigeurs forwards Nikolas and Marc-Andre Brouillard are brothers Marc-Andre is two years older than Nikolas…all 6 Mooseheads’ rookies (Cote, Desmond, Shewfelt, Hardie, Falkenham, MacKinnon) have +3 or better rating and combined are +24.

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10-14-2011, 09:50 PM
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Halifax Mooseheads are actually winning? Surprising.

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Nathan MacKinnon
Right Wing
Born Sep 1 1995 -- Halifax, NS
Height 5.11 -- Weight 179 -- Shoots R

Regular Season
GP G A Pts PIM +/-
11 5 13 18 12 5

As per hockeydb.com

This puts him on pace for :

goals : 31
assists : 80
points : 121
pims : 74

** Only 14 pts shy of Sidney Crosby's totals in his rookie season with Rimouski ...
You have to remember Sid played less games because of the World Juniors and he would have put up over 150 points or close to it as a 16 year old, Mackinnon won't be anywhere close... I say between 90-105 is reasonable and should have a ridiculous draft year!

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10-17-2011, 07:04 AM
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Here are the forward lines from this weekend

Luca Ciampini/Nathan MacKinnon/Darcy Ashley
Ryan Falkenham/Matthew Boudreau/Alexandre Grenier
Cameron Critchlow/Brad Cuzner/Travis Randell
Alexandre Cote/Brent Andrews/Gabriel Desjardins

Who's going to be gone when Martin Frk and Andrew Ryan are back? Everyone has been performing pretty well so far this season, seems like it's going to be a tough choice.

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10-17-2011, 10:33 AM
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Going to the Sea Dogs game Friday. Think Frk + Ryan will be back?

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I've heard rumors about Frk being back for Friday's game. Ryan is out until November.

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Some amateur journalist on Twitter reported two days ago that Gillard had a setback.

jenncaseyhfx Jenn Casey
Steve Gillard had a setback in his concussion recovery. Was on the bike today and puked.

Never heard of her; take it for what it's worth.

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10-17-2011, 03:10 PM
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i think ryan faulkenham will be the odd man out when frk gets back, not too sure when ryan tho, we have alot of depth.



also,has anyone heard anything about Jonathan Dourin,How is he doing this year? "stats wise" and does he want to play for the moose? of could we use him as bait at the draft and hope a Quebec team has the 1st overall?

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10-17-2011, 04:24 PM
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i think ryan faulkenham will be the odd man out when frk gets back, not too sure when ryan tho, we have alot of depth.



also,has anyone heard anything about Jonathan Dourin,How is he doing this year? "stats wise" and
does he want to play for the moose? of could we use him as bait at the draft and hope a Quebec team has the 1st overall?

Drouin is tearing up AAA, he said he's keeping his options open, I dont think he's against the idea of playing in Halifax. I think it's something else.....

He's good friends with Anthony Duclair I wouldnt be surprised if he got traded to QC and reported there.

I think he will join the moose.

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10-17-2011, 04:33 PM
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http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=118657

This site says he has 13 pts in 5 games so far this year. I don't know much about him but he seems to have some hype and would be a nice addition to next year's team for sure.

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10-17-2011, 06:24 PM
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Jon Drouin has 29 points in 10 games, 14g 15a

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Steve Gillard tweet (@sgillard44)

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Out longer than expected...#conky #depressing

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how are the other moose prospects doing?

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10-27-2011, 12:20 AM
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At the Armada game tonight. Saw MacKinnon play live for the first time. He really is something else. Complete package. People in Halifax should enjoy watching him now because in 2013-2014 he'll be in the NHL for sure as an 18 year old. I'm a big fan of Couturier and watched him play 7 or 8 times when he was a 16 year old with DRU in 08-09. They are different players, but I'm much more impressed with MacKinnon.

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Jesus just imagine how the Moose would be doing if Frk and Drouin were both in the line up. When is Frk expect back anyways?

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10-27-2011, 05:39 PM
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I was at the lions rink on Monday and I overheard some parents talking about the lions.....

One parent of one of the players has said that his son is going to college.... It's a 95 born player because the mother he was talking too said that his son could play one more year for them.


Could be Drouin.... Idk though.

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I was at the lions rink on Monday and I overheard some parents talking about the lions.....

One parent of one of the players has said that his son is going to college.... It's a 95 born player because the mother he was talking too said that his son could play one more year for them.


Could be Drouin.... Idk though.
Could be Anthony DeLuca, who signed a deal with Vermont University.

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Could be Anthony DeLuca, who signed a deal with Vermont University.
Yup, cause the player in question isn't a Q pick cause I heard the words he could get drafted, maybe the mother wasn't very knowledgeable about this stuff idk.

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Andrew Ryan expected back Friday night versus the Moncton Wildcats, this will be another big boost for the Moose!

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From Halifax Metro
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If there’s a dark cloud behind the Halifax Mooseheads’ current hot streak, it’s that two of their best players can’t shake their concussion symptoms.

Defenceman Steve Gillard, who has been out for the past nine games, and right-winger Martin Frk, who has missed the entire season, aren’t expected back for this weekend’s homestand.

It was hoped Gillard would be back on Friday against the Moncton Wildcats, but he suffered a setback on the weekend and will miss at least another week. Frk has been completely off for the past week and appears to be facing a long road back, even once he is finally symptom-free.

“With a concussion, you can’t train, you can’t stay in shape, so it’s been two months that he hasn’t worked out,” Mooseheads general manager Cam Russell said.

The status of the Mooseheads’ other concussed player, goaltender Anthony Terenzio, is not yet known.

On the bright side, forward Andrew Ryan — out since training camp with a broken ankle — is described as “probable” for the weekend. He’s been skating in practice for the past two weeks, getting back into game shape, and he accompanied the team on last week’s road trip.

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i am going to see the moose play on Dec 27th

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