S N Y P E R S 7

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  1. and with that the Canucks just told us who they're going to draft... maybe? Elias Pettersson? Dahlen's linemate?

  2. ..hey at least he's good at Kalinin up loose pucks
  3. Raisin Brann getting some love here
  4. good god have you guys seen grant mismash hit? I'm pretty sure somebody shot his dog or something because he looks like john wick on skates... pissed and ready to take a few heads off. he can also score and makes life hell for goalies. he chirps em up after he scores too. fkn svg

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    2. Devon Jade

      Devon Jade

      Last name matches his actions.

       

      His name is Grant Mismash

      Nuxfanabroad can't sell Mismash

      But damn look at that ass

      I think he's consuming grass

      It's not spelt Mishmash

      It is spelt Mismash

    3. Nuxfanabroad

      Nuxfanabroad

      What's that mush all about? Misnomer?

       

      Cocerning the topic, that rambling's a mismatch! :^)

    4. Devon Jade

      Devon Jade

      What was all your mush about? 

       

      Otay otay

  5. damn Gaudette has some fire cellies lmao 

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    2. Pears

      Pears

      Getting those over to Utica for next season would be lovely. 

    3. Pears

      Pears

      those two*

    4. Mr.53

      Mr.53

      I mean really, If you don't have a good celly, can you really be that good of a hockey player? If i'm a scout, and you got have a bad celly, pass...

  6. Lol this again (also... you can't avoid the plague, it always catches up to you)
  7. Stuff like that depends on the line he's put with and whether there's a more viable center. It's all about roles, if they want him playing his dominant two-way game, he's a center. If they want him attacking, he's a winger. I haven't been too impressed with his strength in the circle and ability to win faceoffs, though.
  8. Personally, I would much rather see what we have in our back pocket with Travis Green. Julien is an incredible coach, and there's good reason to believe he'll be a great coach in the future, but is he really the right guy for the Canucks who are in this period of transition? Travis Green could definitely do some good with the younger guys.
  9. 1 Nolan Patrick (C/RW) Brandon Wheat Kings WHL 14 9 14 23 19 2 Nico Hischier (C) Halifax Mooseheads QMJHL 43 37 39 76 18 3 Casey Mittelstadt (C/LW) Green Bay Gamblers USHL 16 8 13 21 0 4 Elias Pettersson (C/LW) Timrå IK Allsvenskan 33 15 18 33 10 5 Gabriel Vilardi (C) Windsor Spitfires OHL 33 19 21 40 10 6 Martin Necas (C) HC Kometa Brno Czech 35 6 7 13 4 7 Timothy Liljegren (D) Rögle BK SHL 19 1 4 5 4 8 Cale Makar (D) Brooks Bandits AJHL 42 16 39 55 12 9 Miro Heiskanen (D) HIFK Liiga 30 5 5 10 4 10 Isaac Ratcliffe (LW) Guelph Storm OHL 48 23 19 42 53 11 Lias Andersson (C/LW) HV71 SHL 32 6 5 11 16 12 Owen Tippett (RW) Mississauga Steelheads OHL 47 38 27 65 26 13 Callan Foote (D) Kelowna Rockets WHL 52 5 36 41 28 14 Eeli Tolvanen (LW) Sioux City Musketeers USHL 31 17 15 32 8 15 Michael Rasmussen (C) Tri-City Americans WHL 50 32 23 55 50 16 Shane Bowers (C) Waterloo Black Hawks USHL 40 15 17 32 16 17 Alexei Lipanov (C) Dynamo Balashikha VHL 17 3 4 7 6 18 Maxime Comtois (LW) Victoriaville Tigres QMJHL 47 16 21 37 54 19 Cody Glass (C) Portland Winterhawks WHL 51 24 47 71 28 20 Ryan Poehling (C) St. Cloud State Univ. NCAA 27 6 3 9 12 21 Nicolas Hague (D) Mississauga Steelheads OHL 47 14 21 35 76 22 Kailer Yamamoto (C/LW) Spokane Chiefs WHL 45 30 34 64 26 23 Nikita A. Popugayev (RW) Moose Jaw Warriors WHL 40 22 29 51 14 24 Klim Kostin (RW) Dynamo Moskva KHL 8 0 0 0 27 25 Urho Vaakanainen (D) JYP Liiga 31 2 1 3 12 26 Nicholas Suzuki (C) Owen Sound Attack OHL 47 25 34 59 8 27 Marcus Davidsson (C/W) Djurgårdens IF SHL 34 5 3 8 4 28 Matthew Strome (LW) Hamilton Bulldogs OHL 48 28 16 44 44 29 Nathan Schnarr (C) Guelph Storm OHL 35 12 13 25 11 30 Kristian Vesalainen (LW/RW) Frölunda HC SHL 22 1 5 6 2 31 Pierre-Olivier Joseph (D) Charlottetown Islanders QMJHL 46 6 28 34 32
  10. Pettersson plays a similar game to John Tavares. Some of the guys in Sweden like comparing him to Rodin, because Rodin is kind of a stud name over there. Pettersson is a complete hockey player with an abundant amount of offensive tools and a knack for the defensive game. He could have one of the highest ceilings in the draft if developed properly.
  11. Mittelstadt because there really isn't anybody better at that spot. Mittelstadt is one of the best players in the draft, he's electric and consistent in all three zones. There's no way I'm passing on Mittelstadt if there's even the slightest chance of getting him.
  12. Most painful memory? Sitting behind a guy who threw his beer back at me, missed, hit my girlfriend - who then preceded to hit me for taking her to this "goddamn hockey game." Bruises. Many. Bruises.
  13. You want elite skill? Here's some elite skill - in fact, Superelit(e) skill
  14. Mhmm. I thought he was a bit nonchalant... I mean, he didn't really force the opposition to the outside or take them in the corners, and he wasn't particularly strong along the boards. Wasn't too assertive defensively. Offensively he was pretty crafty. Needed to keep the puck in a couple times and couldn't. He's at his best when he has some free ice to work with, but he doesn't seem to create it himself. Also, was way too pass-first when he had shot opportunities. Can't put too much weight on a TP game though
  15. I liked what I saw from Foote, Glass, and Suzuki. Chmelevski was good, worked hard too. Popugaev looked strong. Glass and Suzuki skated very well, really showed their speed and determination. Cody Glass reminded me a bit of a young Trevor Linden last night. He'll be a good one. A player that has crept into my top 5 has been Elias Pettersson. My top 5 looks kind of like Hischier/Patrick, Mittelstadt, Pettersson, Liljegren.