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09-10-2011, 06:47 PM
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Should have Thomas playing the off wing on the PP here, he'd get to show his shot off some...

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All goalies play like that now
I know aces your right but at 6ft 8 stand there and let the darn puck hit you..

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Was that Hagelin who recently flew passed the defenseman and had that backhander, and then he went flying into the boards behind the goal?
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I know aces your right but at 6ft 8 stand there and let the darn puck hit you..
Why? Not the way a big goalie should play. He's not all legs. He's got a huge body, too. Going into the butterfly, he covers a lot more of the net than the average goalie and MUCH more of the lower level.

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WOW! That was incredible!

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Ray Bourque has some powerful genes.

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Someone get Ryan Bourque in training lol

dude sucking wind for the entire interview

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WOW! That was incredible!
I want to see him shoot the puck but he stood out to me. You can see his skill level is higher than most of the other guys there.

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bourque is starting to stand out a bit more than in the beginning of the first period, hope his play improves more during the next couple periods

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So glad we have hockey to watch.

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I suspect there are fewer McIlrath haters after the last 20 minutes of hockey.

Thomas looked great. Miller was phenomenal for an 18 year old. Parlett looked good for someone everyone dismissed as a career minor leaguer.

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Speak for yourself Stream

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Bourque and Erixon..I'm telling you..these are the two with a shot.

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wow thomas is going to be great. give him a year in the a and he should be set.

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So glad we have hockey to watch.
Speak for yourself. Those of us without MSG or NHL Network are screwed at the moment.

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Luckily I get to watch it now, woo.

Ceresnak was horrendous. He was directly responsible for the 2 goals against; blew 2 simple plays. Ugh.

Parlett reminds me of JM Liles with the way he skates and handles the puck.

Hagelin, Miller, and Erixon were good.

McIlrath was solid.

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McIlrath looks mature. No panic when he is out there. Parlett had a very good period too.

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Bourque was good as well.

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I suspect there are fewer McIlrath haters after the last 20 minutes of hockey.

Thomas looked great. Miller was phenomenal for an 18 year old. Parlett looked good for someone everyone dismissed as a career minor leaguer.
Just 20 minutes... how did Miller look phenomenal?
I think Parlett did look good, and I think Bourque looked good. But it was 20 minutes. Don't make evaluations like phenomenal yet.

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Pretty good Period for the Rangers here.

Couple of Thoughts:

- Dylan McIlrath looks very good out there. Very composed when he see's the puck and is able to get rid of it in a safe manner. Pretty impressive so far.

- Tim Erixon is pretty shifty in the back end. He is able to avoid getting hit in the corners and seems pretty well on his skates. You can see him looking around for options when he has the puck in the O-Zone. Seems pretty confident with the puck. Would like to see more shots.

- Christian Thomas is very active and noticable. Very good lateral and straight line speed. Excellent acceleration. Pretty soft hands when it comes to handling the puck, does not seem to shy away from contact, like it.

- Parlett(Sp?) had himself a very good period and was noticable whenever he had the puck. Another guy that seems confident handling the puck. Always has his head up and looks for options.

- Matt Rust started the period pretty good and showed some quickness as well as going hard to the net. Was a little less noticeable in the later stages of the period.

- Cresniak(sp?) i'll just call him #87 cause right now i don't think we'll see his name much.
He looks very immobile and slow. Gotta watch him a little more.

- Our goalie (Messian?) looks pretty composed and has his angles in check. Rebound control is not very good. I wouldn't fault him on any of the goals though.

Overall i am pretty happy so far. Let's see how the rest of the game goes. I think we can expect some line shuffling for the next period.

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Just 20 minutes... how did Miller look phenomenal?
I think Parlett did look good, and I think Bourque looked good. But it was 20 minutes. Don't make evaluations like phenomenal yet.
A player can't play a phenomenal period of hockey?

I wouldn't describe Miller's period as phenomenal (although he looked good), but I certainly think players have phenomenal periods.

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Luckily I get to watch it now, woo.

Ceresnak was horrendous. He was directly responsible for the 2 goals against; blew 2 simple plays. Ugh.

Parlett reminds me of JM Liles with the way he skates and handles the puck.

Hagelin, Miller, and Erixon were good.

McIlrath was solid.
This is the best way to describe what McI was during that period. Nothing flashy, but he made a number of simple, effective plays. Really liked his pass to Yogan where Yogan missed on the open net.

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After one period, I was most impressed with McIlrath, Parlett, and Thomas. Honorable mention to Erixon because he scored and I didn't notice him do anything bad, and I don't know his number so I couldn't really look for him.

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Most impressive through 1:

Forwards:
Thomas
Miller
Yogan
Bourque
St. Croix (made a GREAT move when the camera was at ice level)

Dmen:
Erixon
McIlrath
Parlett

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