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  1. Elias Pettersson | C/RW

    Elias won the equivalent of the Hart trophy, which would be the more prestigious MVP
  2. 2018 NHL Entry Draft

    Bouchard: 21-52-73 in 56 Juolevi (1st round): 9-33-42 in 57 Maata (1st round): 5-27-32 in 58 Crawley (4th round): 7-20-27 in 61 Golden (5th round): 0-2-2 in 38 Mete (4th round): 8-30-38 in 68 Mattinen (6th round): 4-6-10 in 39 Martenet (4th round): 7-9-16 in 64 Zadorov (1st round): 6-9-25 in 63 Liberati (7th round): 3-6-9 in 42 Harrington (2nd round): 6-16-22 in 67 I agree that the D drafted from London have been weak overall, however I don't find it fair to compare any of those players to Bouchard as he statistically blows them all out of the water. I feel like he's far and away the best defenseman they've produced in over a decade, and the numbers reinforce that.
  3. 2018 NHL Entry Draft

    His skating is really smooth and effortless, and he uses it to become the trailing player on a lot of rushes up the ice. He's got good size, but isn't overly physical in his own end. He's really good at using his stick to get the puck, using his positioning to block lanes, and does use his body sometimes to get guys off the puck. His defence is definitely more refined than some of the smaller guys in the draft.
  4. 2018 NHL Entry Draft

    What does everyone here think about Juolevi"s old D-partner Evan Bouchard? He's a very cerebral d-man, really smooth skater, very nice offensive skillset, but very good in all 3 zones of the ice. He's a great size at 6'2 192lbs already, and also the Captain of London. Currently he has 18-45-63pts in 48 OHL games leading all defensemen in the O with points. I think he has top pairing upside, and would take him at 3-7 range.
  5. Kole Lind | RW

    Big night for Lind tonight
  6. Adam Gaudette | #88 | C

    I counter them with Chris Terry, Chris Bourque, and Phil Varone
  7. Adam Gaudette | #88 | C

    I believe the translation factor for the AHL is 0.47, so Pettersson's #'s are statistically quite a bit better than Strome's.
  8. Olli Juolevi | D

    Juju with a beautiful assist on the PP
  9. Olli Juolevi | D

    He took his man and the forward didn't take the trailing d-man
  10. Elias Pettersson | C/RW

    Yeah, apparently his centre is one of Swedens worst, so I'm hoping the coach makes a change there because they don't seem to have chemistry. I wouldn't mind seeing him with Andersson, or EP being C for the top line.
  11. Elias Pettersson | C/RW

    Yeah seems the illness took some of his energy away, as his last game was quite dominant and he was arguably one of the best players on the ice. I've caught a few of his games for Vaxjo and his last game was much more what he plays like normally.
  12. Elias Pettersson | C/RW

    Yes, he normally plays better 5v5 than he played today. You can watch his last game shift-by-shift and see the difference yourself.
  13. Olli Juolevi | D

    Thought Juolevi had a very mature performance again today.
  14. Proposal- Vancouver- Anaheim

    I've watched a few of their games, and on their twitter they always post the pre-game lineups and he's usually slotted as the first line RW.
  15. Proposal- Vancouver- Anaheim

    He's played nearly every game at RW, and a few at LW. It's common for rookies his age to play wing when they first make it to the SHL.