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  1. Well I was debating on getting some Hagen Dazs ice cream from the local store but since Quinn and Petey are playing tonight I think I'll celebrate. Random Thoughts......
  2. Well the senior homes close their doors early!
  3. goals for and against are all tied for the night
  4. Prices just dropped after the line up was announced I would wait a bit longer and look again...
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  6. Fair enough. I feel like Goldy is the type of player the second line needs, to create some offence, its just if he can bring it consistently and is not too much of a liability everywhere else.Id like to see him for a little bit of time on the second.
  7. Thats the line up I am curious to see. Three scoring lines. I have no idea how good Miller is at C? I like Leivo better than Virtanen. Sutter will be injured so Virt can take his spot on the 4th line!
  8. More Prospect Porn for our self gratification Hockey Writers has us a #4! https://thehockeywriters.com/nhl-farm-system-rankings/ 4) Vancouver Canucks Top Five Prospects: Thatcher Demko, Nils Hoglander, Quinn Hughes, Vasily Podkolzin, Jett Woo Despite the graduation of Elias Pettersson, the Vancouver Canucks have one of the best prospect pools in the league. Padded by a solid draft, the Canucks could very well be on the verge of something great. And it is going to be fun to watch. Quinn Hughes is arguably the best defensive prospect in the NHL (we’ll get to his main challenger shortly). He displayed his elite skill at the end of the season, exciting British Columbia in the process. He’s an elite skater who is an offensive threat with his creativity, shot, and ability to pass. Hughes is the obvious top prospect right now, but forward Vasili Podkolzin might be right there with him. He has two years left in Russia, but the prospect has elite talent in his game. He’ll run you over and score while doing it. Quinn Hughes, Vancouver Canucks (Photo by John Russell/NHLI via Getty Images) Sticking with the forwards, one player I was excited about in the 2019 NHL Draft was Nils Hoglander. He plays a similar game to Podkolzin, despite his smaller size. He’s fast, gets in the face of opponents, and can produce. The future Canucks offence will be getting under the rest of the NHL’s skin. Another prospect to watch is centreman Tyler Madden. Back to the defence, coming in behind Hughes is Jett Woo. He can dance along the blue line and play physically when he needs to. Oh, and he can put up the points. The Canucks are very deep on the backend, with Olli Juolevi, Toni Utunen, and Jack Rathbone also looking like NHL defenders. Related: Vancouver Canucks’ Top 10 Prospects In net, the club is set up very nicely. Thatcher Demko and Michael DiPietro are two of the best goaltending prospects in the league and are already making their mark on the NHL. Demko has 10 games under his belt, and that number will go up this season as he looks like he’ll stick with the big club. DiPietro had one game, that he probably shouldn’t have played in.