Ray_Cathode

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  1. [GDT] 2018 NHL Entry Draft

    NHL referees are officiating the breaks.
  2. [GDT] 2018 NHL Entry Draft

    Is this some kind of Gradinery?
  3. Quinn Hughes | D

    Steve Smith’s own goal as a rookie. Turned into a good defence man, though, sadly a play of his on Bure blue out Bure’s Knee for the first time - good play, though, just bad luck for Bure, I think he caught a rut in the ice.
  4. Quinn Hughes | D

    That’s true, but the question I answered was whether the Flames won a Stanley Cup so long as Coffey was in Edmonton, and they did not.
  5. Quinn Hughes | D

    For sure, if we can get that out of Hughes, he’ll get butts out of seats like nobody since Bure.
  6. Quinn Hughes | D

    No, they did not, but they did break Edmonton’s run, I believe, in 1986. Calgary lost to Montreal in the final. Calgary was beat to hell from playing Edmonton to get out of Alberta. Reinhart had 18 points in 21 playoff games that year, but that really didn’t speak to how valuable he was to Calgary’s run. In my opinion, he was their best player, on a team whose greatest challenge was that they were in the same division as the Oilers.
  7. Quinn Hughes | D

    Paul Reinhart. Sadly, with a trick back, at the end of his career. He was Calgary’s answer to Paul Coffey when Calgary was a near great team. We got to see him for two seasons in Vancouver - sadly, no team to put around him.
  8. Quinn Hughes | D

    You also have to remember that another, similar player is also in the pipeline - Rathbone. If Rathbone turns out to be a player (and he is very promising right now) there could be a logjam of small players on the blue line - particularly is Pouliot sticks. Rathbone, Pouliot, Stetcher, and Hughes would make for a very small defence. At least two of them will be redundant.
  9. Quinn Hughes | D

    Now we better get Tryamkin back to pair up with this kid.
  10. Rate The Last Movie You Saw - 2

    “Chuck Norris versus Communism” - brilliant, hillarious, eye-opening documentary about how a handful of Romanians delivered Western Movies into Communist Romania and had a lot to do with the overthrow of the Communist government. 9/10. Also check out Jeremy Renner in “Wind River”, Oscar Isaak in “A Most Violent Year”, Stephan Rea in “Citizen X”, Tom Hardy in “Drop Box” and “Child 44” and the TV series “Nootka”. If you can handle sub-titles, watch foreign film academy award winner, “The Lives of Others” and the original Argentinian version of “The Secret In Their Eyes” (avoid the US version like the plague - it is awful by comparison). if you like older movies, try “The Count of Monte Cristo” with Jim Caviezel and Guy Pierce, and “Les Miserables” with Liam Nelson and Geoffrey Rush, get your kids in front of the TV for “October Skies”, and “Iron Will”. I am not a religious person, but If you like inspiring movies, you might like “Temple Grandin”, “Amazing Grace”, “Something the Lord Made”, “The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler”. If you like westerns, you might like “3:10 to Yuma”, “Hombre”, “Shenandoah”, “Crossfire Trail”, “Open Range”.
  11. Olli Juolevi | D

    I think it’s watching too many North American movies.
  12. Nikita Tryamkin | D

    You don’t share my opinion that of the 164 possible games for Chris Tanev over the past two years, he only played in 95 of them, or that Gudbranson only played in 82 of them, exactly half, or that Gudbranson is not a career -70? Cheers.
  13. Nikita Tryamkin | D

    All that Gudbranson and Tanev have established is that they can’t stay healthy. At least Tanev can play when he is not hurt, Gudbranson has not even established that he can do that - a career -70. At Tryamkin’s age , he has to play to get better, went back to Russia and played big minutes in all situations.
  14. Nikita Tryamkin | D

    Guddy is so tough he continually breaks himself and can't stay on the ice more than two or three games in a row. Breaking all the time is not tough - like Tanev, Guddy is Mr. Glass 2. Trayamkin was genuinely tough - he hit people hard and did not break himself - and it was some of the toughest guys in the NHL that he out-muscled. Guddy, like Tanev, needs to be traded; the problem is, who the heck wants guys that are always broken? If we ever get a stretch of 20 or 30 games where Guddy and Tanev play well and don't break - take advantage - trade them - we might not get another opportunity.
  15. Elias Pettersson | C/RW

    The did something 29 other teams were unable to do.