Mike27

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  1. I sincerely doubt Makar is still on the board at 8. I watched him at the WCC here in Penticton. He, as an 18 year old, was head and shoulders better than any other Jr A player in Western Canada. There were lots of 20 and 21 year olds playing in that tournament. Just because a player stays in Jr A until he finishes high school, and is going to the NCAA next season, doesn't mean he is an inferior prospect.
  2. Perhaps so, but after a couple of years at UMass he will be an impact player for someone!
  3. You don't like Makar? I respect your opinion but am curious about your reasoning. I watched Makar in the WCC, and I thought he was the best player in the tournament by a mile. He certainly is better than Stecher was at eighteen.
  4. Gudranson with the clear win....
  5. Never played hockey in his life.................would you consider the WHL competive?
  6. He could be sent back to Calgary, but the WHL trade deadline was Jan 11th, so he couldn't be traded to Kelowna.
  7. Burrows salary is $3m next year, his cap hit is still $4.5m. This would possibly be attractive to a bottom feeder team looking to get to the cap floor without spending a lot of money.
  8. The 9 games only applies to 18 and 19 year olds, Shinkaruk burns a year off his contract by playing in the AHL.
  9. Actually, it was Alek Stojanov, not Antoski.
  10. Ted Taylor?
  11. Carter couldn't get into the box fast enough, guess he didn't want to face Bieksa.
  12. A gutsy effort by our boys tonight...
  13. On the IR with Dubinsky
  14. <br /><br /><br /> If you feel Rodin's line was "the best of the night", that is your opinion and you are welcome to it. I thought, for an all "pro" line, they were weak. Sweatt was okay, Schroeder was fair, and Rodin was an ineffectual perimeter player. No doubt in my mind that 18 year old Jensen and Archibald were better. On d, Sauve looked pretty solid. Erixon had a good first period, then fell apart completely. None of the others impressed in any positive way. Hannay had a decent showing in his fight. Honzik played like a nervous 18 year old. He did make some excellent saves, but let in some real clunkers. Kind of like Luongo, Jr.
  15. <br /><br /><br /> I was disappointed with Rodin, after hearing the hype from CDC I expected a little more from this guy. He plays with one hand on his stick, the other on the parachute (he is more than a little soft). No way was he good tonight in my eyes. Could be worse though. He could have played like Rai.