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  1. Definitley impressive stuff, but is really worth 7-8M? They also have to resign Tyler Johnson next year don't they? He is also a big playoff performer is he gonna demand 6-7M as well?
  2. M8 you're a reasonable poster and I do agree with a lot of what you say, but I RARELY see you contribute anything positive about our team
  3. Don't get me wrong Kucherov is unreal but hes had only had 2 60 point seasons... lets not get to carried away here, and yes he would command that on the open market, but this is a completely different scenario. Imo I bet Tampa is looking for a 2 year bridge deal around 5-6M to see if Kucherov will remain consistent before locking him up long term when hes around 26
  4. Why is anyone surprised about Subban? we have a logjam on D for our bottom pairing right now. Try. Sbisa. Pedan, Larsen, and the emergence of Stetcher all battling it out. Subban would not have even got a fair look compared to these guys so let him be the man in Utica for another season.
  5. Dual screens are needed today. Although I have no allegiance to Spurs I find them entertaining af to watch, even against CSKA anything can happen with a side like Tottenham, makes for some entertaining footy to watch as a neutral. BvB and Real needs no explanation, it will be interesting to see how Coentrao does at fullback. One thing is for sure a great day of football is ahead of us lads. After the gym its time to breakout the gin, perfect for a 11:45 kick off
  6. Its the CHAAAAMPIOOONS. Dual screen action needed today, Bvb vs Real and Spurs vs CSKA. What a day, what a day

  7. They are both god awful but im givin botch the dub on this one
  8. The 2017 draft does not look good at all

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    2. MJDDawg

      MJDDawg

      Bob Mackenzie said this the other night. Very shallow draft. Like top 5 or 6 shallow for high quality, unlike the last couple of years.

    3. numb3r 16

      numb3r 16

      is this the 99 kids draft?

    4. Dazzle

      Dazzle

      I doubt the first round mediocrity of 99 can be emulated, aside from the Sedins of course. The latter rounds in each respective round produced more notable players than the first round.

  9. some personal issues came up ill be away for a few days
  10. Gotta love being jumped by your own friend? I don't even understand life sometimes :/

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    2. Mr.DirtyDangles

      Mr.DirtyDangles

      Systema bro learn it !

    3. One one two

      One one two

      He's not your friend, pal.

    4. Drive-By Body Pierce

      Drive-By Body Pierce

      Nice GTR pic logic... I want it to have my babies.

  11. CDC in a nutshell
  12. fire sale everyone available in Columbus
  13. Inb4 lock
  14. Cheap place to order shirts from?
  15. lol this literally shows you are unable to take value in anyone's opinion other than your own, so I don't even know why I am wasting my time responding to you. Cassels was not really that valued in his draft year, however his offensive numbers improved the following two seasons playing more prime minutes, in all key situations. And yes he played a MAJOR role in the Generals winning the Mem cup in 2015, in the OHL playoffs Cole posted 31 points in 21 games... yes he was 19 but still that is impressive numbers to be putting up against players like McDavid, Dylan Strome ect. The only reason for the terribad season Cole had last year was a serious core injury which he played through the playoffs/mem cup with, he had surgery and had no time for offseason training which is big factor for a playing transitioning from Junior to the AHL. So yes Cassels has NHL calibre potential he can do it all, play a pest, shutdown battle role, very reliable in his own zone, and has offensive ability all the tools to be a legit #3 C in the NHL