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  1. Jonah Gadjovich | LW

    Milan Lucic selected 50th overall in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft[1] and made the Boston Bruins' roster as a 19-year-old in 2007–08. He was selected 50th overall by the Boston Bruins in the second round of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. Lucic made enough of an impression during his first set of games with the Bruins, showing grit and consistent willingness to fight (he recorded 13 fighting majors in his rookie season),[2] that they decided to keep him in the lineup.
  2. Did you count that goalie from the beer league?
  3. Congrads to the Golden Nuggets and Bark-Andre Furry. They are not a team of young newbies, they are mostly in the 24-27 years old range. Add a veteran, humble, winner, goalie and veteran leader, Neal, you have a making of a good team.
  4. Elias Pettersson | C/RW

    Best bud with his bodyguard - Ryan Reeves
  5. Israel learned from the Nazis.
  6. Adam Gaudette | #88 | C

    So exciting, another blue chip prospect to cheer on in the future. Which former or current NHL player do you compare him to? Jeremy Roenick?
  7. Quest for the Stanley Cup

    NHL - Quest for the Stanley Cup Behind the scenes. Episode 3 (below) - Ryan Reeves to the Winnipeg's not the last time...after he hits Wheeler into the Vegas bench - Ryan Reeves..... I will hit them all, I don't care if they are 270 - Fleury....I play my best when I am calm - Unknown player....Oh my god, are you okay? you want your mom. -funny part of the video....Machessault in the little room making strange noises before tip toeing into the dressing room in front of his teammates...Coach Gallant said to him..You better be tip toeing on the ice.... - Fleury throws the puck at a fan after the game...the little guy who was wearing a Marc-Andre Fleury jersey had no problem catching the puck...just like Fleury
  8. OV's team is 7 wins from hoisting the Stanley Cup.
  9. Elias Pettersson | C/RW

    I wonder if he will be Sutter's weight -190 lbs or Mikael Samuelsson's weight - 215 lbs, when he grows into his 6'2" body. The hockey fans who jumped off the bandwagon are going to be surprised in a year or two.
  10. Gallant sends out his tough guys at the end of the game....McNabb, Engelland, Tuch and Pepporonni Sbisa.
  11. Elias Pettersson | C/RW

    For those who are worried about Pettersson's weight, Nickolas Backstrom was only 6 feet and 183 lbs in his draft year. He is now 6'1" and 210 lbs Pettersson is the next Backstrom. The Washington Capitals today selected center Nicklas Backstrom with the fourth overall pick in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. The selection is the club’s 10th first-round selection in the last five years (2002-06). A 6-foot, 183-pound Gavle, Sweden native, Backstrom played both junior and senior hockey with Brynas in the Swedish league in 2004-05 and was named best forward on Bryans in 2005-06. He was also named best forward on Swedish Under-20 at the World Junior Championships and named rookie of the year in the Swedish league in 2005-06. Central Scouting reports that Backstrom is good offensive talent, an excellent playmaker and passer. He is a good offensive talent, an excellent playmaker and passer and has an incredible hockey sense and hands. Scouts have likened Backstrom’s style to fellow Swedish player Peter Forsberg. -
  12. I am a big fan of Patric Hornqvisk. A 7th round pick who picks up his game in the big games. He will stick his nose in the tough areas. Scores and hustles. A very good supporting character in the Sidney Cosby big show.