stawns

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  1. I don't disagree with that, but I don't see a fit either.
  2. I don't see the point of two teams out of the playoffs swapping players and I don't see a fit for the Canucks and Islanders
  3. and most of the time 20 year olds, let me say that again 20 YEAR OLDS, need to develop that part of their game. I know more than a couple of Jets fan who, though they love Ehlers, say his consistency is hot and cold as well. I'm sure it's the same with Nylander. I think it's worth noting, too, that Nylander was able to play in the AHL as a 19 year old, while Jake was not........that's huge.
  4. I'm not advocating not moving him, just saying that if a decent deal isn't there, I'm fine with no move being made
  5. a 2nd rounder would be nice, but at the same time I'm just as happy for him to finish his career with one team, our team. He's been a key player in some iconic moments
  6. That's actually a great point.
  7. agree completely
  8. whereas I stopped growing at 17.........I would bet he was done growing a few years ago
  9. and an NHL paycheque. I'm glad Green is giving him a reward, it's important to keep moral up.
  10. I know you're a troll, but don't you ever get sick of spouting negative crap all the time?
  11. no chance he is going to play, imo. I hope I'm wrong, they need to see if he can play in the NHL
  12. I'll take Green at his word that Jake is making good progress. Though he isn't getting a lot of points, the whole team is struggling to score. He is, however, getting a good number of shots, which is encouraging
  13. To put it simply, if Tkachuk makes a mistake, it's probably a harmless giveaway, if a young dman makes a mistake it often ends up in the back of the net........that's the primary reason it's much much much easier for a teenager to play in the NHL as a winger than as a dman
  14. pepole seem to be completely blind to the fact tat this is his first year eligible for the AHL.......he's still a kid and so many are writing him off. That's pathetic, imo.