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Nicklas Jensen Talk

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Ummmmm AV pretty much did that to hodgson.... he was doing great then bam on the fourth line but anyways go Jensen! bought your Jeresy 4 days ago!

Hodgson was on the 2nd or 3rd line for his entire time with the Canucks last season. He was played in mainly offensive zone situations. So AV actually was the reason Hodgson was doing great, he didn't expose him to bad situations.
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Another soft euro player that can light it up for us in the reg season and get smashed come playoff time! Swete

You haven't watched him play I see.

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You haven't watched him play I see.

He just assumes because he's a European he's soft. Yes there are soft Euros and there's soft Canadians too.

Jensen isn't soft.

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Another soft euro player that can light it up for us in the reg season and get smashed come playoff time! Swete

Another uninformed poster that can make generalizations! Sweet

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He just assumes because he's a European he's soft. Yes there are soft Euros and there's soft Canadians too.

Jensen isn't soft.

The funny thing is, is that his dad was born in Toronto, so he's half Canadian.

Anyone who has seen him play knows that he plays a skilled European game, mixed with a hard working hard nosed North American game.

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Do we still have Froshaug's rights?

We do not.

As far as I'm aware, a team has up to 4 years (JUN 1) to sign a European draftee, up to 2 years (JUN 1) to sign a CHL draftee, and up to the graduation year (AUG 15) for a college draftee. There are some exceptions outlined in the CBA, but the above should apply to the vast majority of draftees.

Since he was drafted in 2008 and it's now 2012 without a contract, he should have become a UFA as of June 1, 2012.

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The funny thing is, is that his dad was born in Toronto, so he's half Canadian.

Anyone who has seen him play knows that he plays a skilled European game, mixed with a hard working hard nosed North American game.

I didn't know that! Even better!

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That Peter Forsberg guy was the epitome of soft ... Same w/ Zdeno Chara ...

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Do we still have Froshaug's rights?

not since we failed to sign him this offseason
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Another soft euro player that can light it up for us in the reg season and get smashed come playoff time! Swete

Cool story brah.

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Another soft euro player that can light it up for us in the reg season and get smashed come playoff time! Swete

Maybe one day he might become as tough as our badass Canadian boy Mason Raymond. Probably not though..

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Well Denmark lost the 3rd game 3-4, I can't find who scored any of the goals yet though.

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Well Denmark lost the 3rd game 3-4, I can't find who scored any of the goals yet though.

Doesn't look like Jensen put up any points. Eliteprospects has his stats listed as 3 games with 2 Pts still.

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Found it

1-0 11:32 Morten Madsen (Frederik Storm) PP

2-0 15:02 Rasmus Nielsen (Philip Hersby)

3-0 37:34 Frederik Storm (Morten Green, Patrick Björkstrand)

3-1 47:46 Lars Erik Spets (Niklas Roest, Alexander Bonsaksen)

3-2 48:54 Fredrik Lystad Jacobsen (Magnus Lindahl)

3-3 54:33 Lars Erik Spets (Ken Andre Olimb, Jonas Holøs)

3-4 65:00 Mats Frøshaug

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Found it

1-0 11:32 Morten Madsen (Frederik Storm) PP

2-0 15:02 Rasmus Nielsen (Philip Hersby)

3-0 37:34 Frederik Storm (Morten Green, Patrick Björkstrand)

3-1 47:46 Lars Erik Spets (Niklas Roest, Alexander Bonsaksen)

3-2 48:54 Fredrik Lystad Jacobsen (Magnus Lindahl)

3-3 54:33 Lars Erik Spets (Ken Andre Olimb, Jonas Holøs)

3-4 65:00 Mats Frøshaug

you my friend, are the man!
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what tournament is this he is playing in? the u20 worlds qualifier?

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what tournament is this he is playing in? the u20 worlds qualifier?

It's just a Denmark vs Norway tournament.

Prepping them for the world championships I guess.

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