Rollieo Del Fuego

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  1. The better his linemates are the more he can do his thing, in college he had to compensate for the likelihood of the play being botched by whoever he passed too....
  2. Someone like Jake...only with a bit more purpose when he crashes the net...so maybe 2nd line kind of level, or literally anywhere on our team...in a year or 2...
  3. The reality is...we haven't seen the fully developed, healthy, able to turn without pain or stiffness...Juolevi...when we see him for decent sample size...a half season or more... Then we can see if he remains a lower +/- player than his teammates....and if it matter's....in Hughes case it doesn't matter he brings so much on offense and the PP. The end of the season might shed some light on what direction he is going....not much before...
  4. ...see page 1 through 645.... OK seriously we haven't seen a fully healthy Oli so no-one knows....
  5. The pundits are already saying Quinn would be in the top 3 in a re-draft...with one saying he thinks in a year or 2 Quinn might prove to be the best player out of that draft... Which would make him generational...as that is moniker given to Dahlin. Sounds right to me...no-one controls the puck better and has more escapability than Quinn does right now...and he is improving week by week...!
  6. Sounds like Oli was instrumental in keeping the puck in the O zone several times before rifling a pass to Boucher for the tying goal. It won't take long for him to round into form if he can just stay healthy...!
  7. The way Madden is playing shows that he is likely as good as Gaudette....who is not a fringe player...however Rafferty and Teves are fringe players....so your logic is bass akwards...
  8. Kanuckfanatic....while I am here I thought I would let you know that the quote you have at the bottom of your sig. ...was qualified by the statement "if he is ready to go" by fall or training camp...Juolevi was not ready to go then and did not play any preseason games...if you want a new quote that reflects the way things really are here ya go;;;;;; Juolevi will (if healthy) make the Canucks out of training camp (barring ill health) next year...as long as he is healthy...! Just watch....!
  9. You injure your left knee...and you overwork your right knee and tear some meniscus...then you tweak your back because you are guarding against injuring your knees again...then your hip gets tired of the argument between your knees and your back... My guess is that he is just trying to hard to protect to much AND he needs some of Baer's Tia-Chi or whatever it is he uses to stay limber...I haven't watched any of his games this year but he has always looked a bit stiff when turning. We will see how does from here...but shutting him down for season or until he gets limbered up at least ...isn't a bad idea.
  10. Not dissing Woo...I like him, but he is not ahead of Juolevi at this point and Bahl was the guy I wanted us to draft by trading down a few spots from were we took Woo and also getting another late round pick as a result of trading down. Don't get your fur in a bunch....
  11. Woo isn't even ahead of Kevin Bahl at moment... Juolevi needs to be healthy...if he can do that...he can play in the NHL ...period...
  12. I smell a lock coming...Trading Tanev at the TDL is not a bad idea if Juolevi is healthy by then....we will then have 2 guys that could fill in alright...
  13. Until they get to the NHL it's hard to say who will be better...but we needed a Tryamkin replacement at the time...still do...Meyers is fine but he doesn't hit much...
  14. Looks like Team Canada is going with Kevin Bahl as the tough shutdown guy...that is who I wanted us to take by trading down a few spots from were we took Woo and get another late round pick as well. it will be interesting to see how these 2 compare over the next few years...
  15. Ultra aggressive coaches like Hartley, Peter's and all are like that because they couldn't play hockey themselves and take it out on everyone else....