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Posted 20 October 2012 - 01:46 AM

didnt get to see the game, but from people that did, how did Beartschi look?

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 01:52 AM

he missed in the shoot out

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 02:12 AM

didnt get to see the game, but from people that did, how did Beartschi look?

From what I saw of the game, the kids got some serious hands.

In my eyes drouin is overrated he can score in the qmjhl but did nothing in last two gold medal games that canada lost. Fox will be better pro than him talk to me in five yrs

Gaudreau has one NHL goal whereas all your "prized" prospects have none.

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 02:20 AM

didnt get to see the game, but from people that did, how did Beartschi look?


Him and Kassian were at the top of the pack. Baertschi looked amazing.

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 08:28 AM

My (extremely amateur) scouting report from Friday's game:

Andersson - Looked very solid at both ends of the rink, very sound positionally, bailed out Sauve a few times. Definitely impressed with what I saw from him.

Connauton - Moving the puck very well. Had a lot more success moving the play up the ice than Tanev, and has a good sense of when to jump up without getting caught out of position.

Tanev - Looked shaky at times, a little bit lost. He seemed to go back and forth from trying to generate offense and making the safe plays, doesn't seem like he has settled into a particular role yet.

Kassian - Looked good physically and offensively. Didn't dominate, but was one of the more dominant players, made a lot of plays happen with his size, and made some great passes.

Sweatt - Didn't have a very solid game, the offensive skill doesn't seem to be there, I'm not 100% sure but it looked like his minutes were cut for part of the game.

Schroeder - Skating very well, generated a lot of chances, and very sound positionally coming back on defense. More two-way ability than I expected to see.

Matson - Didn't notice him too much, but saw him make a few good plays. Didn't look out of place at the AHL level.

Friesen - Another player I didn't notice much, didn't really see anything worth noting.

Lack - Was shaky on a few plays, particularly early in the game. When he is crossing his crease he seemed to slide over a little too far, rather than using his size to cover more of the net, still seems to need some tweaking on his technique, as it looked very unconventional, but you can't argue with the results, despite some hiccups, he was rock solid when the game was on the line, and made all the important saves. Definitely the best player in the game.

Shootout - No need to evaluate anything here, just a silly shootout. Very entertaining though, and nice to see Kassian put in the winning goal.

Ice girl - Tripped over a camera cable and broke the t-shirt gun, she wasn't hurt so it was very amusing :lol:

Cliff Ronning - Class act, extremely nice guy, got to meet him at the game!
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Posted 20 October 2012 - 08:52 AM

I would have given Cannuaton A- and Tanev B.

Tanev had 2 guys blast by him, he hauled one down and took a penalty and the heat scored.
Also this guys shot is petrude.

Schroeder can fly but did little else. Didn't really set anyone up as far as I could tell. Kassian seems to have superior vision when it comes to passing.
Kassian and Lack stole the show and were by far the best players on either team.
Bartshi was good or however u spell his name.

Cannauton looked more polished than Tanev. Surprising. Cannauton is bigger and more physical.

Arniel used his third line a lot, at even strength they seemed to be out there all the time.

Rodin was invisible out there.

Schroeder should be included in a trade for Bjugstad, don't see this kid being an impact player in the NHL. Lacks size and hockey sense. I hope I'm wring about him.

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 10:28 AM

didnt get to see the game, but from people that did, how did Beartschi look?

like crap. he had no impact all game.

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 10:41 AM

Hi everyone! I watched the game from about 10 mins into the 1st period.

Here's my take on how the player performed, if you care enough to read my ramblings:




E. Lack - Grade: A+


Great game overall. Looked big in the net and made some key saves when the Wolves were running around in their own zone. Nice point blank and glove saves saves tonight. Can't really fault him for the PP goals. Absolutely STELLAR in the shootout.


Y. Sauve - Grade: B-

Had a very solid start to the game. Very strong and physical with the Heat forwards. Made less of an impact as the game progressed. I want more from Sauve.


P. Andersson - Grade: B-


Solid effort overall. Sometimes absolutely rock solid, and other times prone to being beat out wide. Nice reach and you can tell he is a smart player. Effectively tied up opponents along the boards and I don't think I counted a single (glaring) bad pinch tonight. Relatively impressed by his defensive game tonight.


K. Connauton - Grade: B

Absolute bomb of a shot. Too bad it was blocked most of the night. The kid has flair that much is obvious. Really nice acceleration and rushes out of his own zone. However he's now been caught a couple times with a lazy stick in his own zone and his positioning could also use some work. It is my hope that Tanev shows him a thing or two about positioning and smart stick work, since we all know neither are overly physical, and Connauton can return the favor by showing Tanev how to shoot the damn puck. All that being said I've watched Connauton since we drafted him and I feel like his defensive game is improving. Case in point - a one on one situation which he played particularly well going down at the right moment to block the shot. Really nice play.

Overall the entire D corps was caught flat-footed on multiple occasions allowing the Heat forwards to split them and go in alone on Lack. After getting burned a couple times you'd think they'd try to adjust. I felt like they were giving up their blue line far too easily allowing the Heat players to break in with speed.


D. Joslin - Grade: C+


Steady enough, but unspectacular. Don't feel he rushed the puck particularly well. Still trying to feel this player out. I'm trying to figure out what he does really well, if anything.

S. Pinizzotto - Grade: C+

Threw some fantastic hits and had a solid forecheck tonight, but for the most part that was the extent of his effectiveness. His hitting tends to take him out of position. He threw a good hit tonight on the PK but the Heat scored right after. Not saying that it was entirely his fault or anything, just that the Heat had lots of ice to work with near the blueline because he was pasting a guy at the boards. I'd say pass on that gamble next time.

A. Gordon - Grade: C+

Worked hard with Longpre to make that goal happen. Did a decent job in his own zone. Otherwise relatively quiet. Tough night in the faceoff circle for the boys tonight overall.


C. Tanev - Grade: B

Classic Tanev. Solid game in his own end but I didn't see much offense there tonight. Struggled to get shots through, but like you'd expect he makes a nice first pass and makes the right play the majority of the time. Bobbled the puck out there a few times. I want to see more out of him. I would say he's off to a slow start this season.

A. Rodin - Grade: C

I'm rooting for Anton. Believe me I am. I desperately want him to become the player I think he can be. He didn't have a great game tonight. Yes he had some strong work along the boards but it's pretty apparent that he needs to get bigger still. The only reason I'm rating Schroeder higher than Rodin here is because he looked confident carrying the puck and he used his speed through the neutral zone whereas Rodin did not. I want to see him use his speed and his quick hands to attack the opposition D and back them down much like the Heat did to our guys tonight. His shots were off target tonight and he lost too many races in his own zone. I'm hoping that this is just a slow start. It's hard to believe that this is the same guy who was so incredible at the world juniors, based on his game tonight.


J. Schroeder - Grade: C+

Brutal night on the draws. Got creamed in the neutral zone and to his credit got right back up. Liked that he was willing to carry the puck. Didn't get nearly enough shots tonight. He's got a nice release and I would have liked to see him use it more. For his small stature I didn't think he was bullied around too much out there. He's obviously very strong on his skates. Plenty of room for improvement. Cool as a cucumber in the shootout.


B. Sweatt - Grade: F

Absolutely unacceptable. Made nothing significant happen. I think I recall his name called once, maybe twice. I almost noticed Climie more.



A. Ebbett - Grade: B+


Nice assist and vision on the Kassian goal. Liked his game overall. Played smart hockey out there.


A. Friesen - Grade: D / Incomplete

Worked hard and competed. Had a couple hits. I didn't notice him otherwise because he didn't have much ice time.


Z. Kassian - Grade: A+


Goal, fight (I'd give him the decision on that one), surprisingly deft puck control in the offensive zone, and some strong hits / board play. Lovely little backhand deke on the shootout goal. Looks faster out there. He was engaged all night. Everything I want from Kassian was on display. I hope he can find some chemistry with Rodin and whoever centers them.



T. Matson - Grade: D / Incomplete

Worked hard and competed. During one shift he outworked his opponents and won a prolonged puck battle in his own zone. I didn't notice him otherwise because he didn't have much ice time.


I'd agree with the majority of this but I think Sweatt didn't play as horrible as you make it sound. He had a few really good scoring chances and his speed was on display at times and I was impressed with that. Chris Tanev on the other had really disappointed me. He looked extremely shaky with the puck, lost several battles deep in his own defensive zone and turned the puck over on several occasions. His attempts at shooting were also feeble at best (not that this is news).

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 10:43 AM

Met Jay Feaster at the game. The guy is way shorter than I thought, which just adds to his rotund-ness.

Also, I was standing by the bar, and one of the t-shirts from the guns flew in there, knocked a beer off the table, and generally scared the crap out of anyone not paying attention.

Since I was working, I didn't get to see much of the game at all, but the crowd was nice and big.

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 10:48 AM

I'd agree with the majority of this but I think Sweatt didn't play as horrible as you make it sound. He had a few really good scoring chances and his speed was on display at times and I was impressed with that. Chris Tanev on the other had really disappointed me. He looked extremely shaky with the puck, lost several battles deep in his own defensive zone and turned the puck over on several occasions. His attempts at shooting were also feeble at best (not that this is news).


I'll accept that maybe I was a little harsh on Sweatt. But I'd also ask you all to consider what the expectations are for a player who's entering his third AHL season and who has had some success offensively in the past. That's why I felt his performance was so poor.

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 11:09 AM

Sweatt will be a speedy checker, at best. So keep that in mind before ripping his game. Ie. Lower your expectations.

Rodin. Again, more intensity required.

Tanev's upside as a 3rd pairing guy seems more and more real now. If he'd pack on some muscle at least, that would help him from getting rolled on the boards. Also more intensity required.

K-Con's the real deal. Glad to see.

Kassian is putting some games together now, but let's see how he does after 6, 8 or so.

Same with the guys above starting slowly i guess. While Arniel is tinkering with the lineup you have to expect some hiccups.
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Posted 20 October 2012 - 11:16 AM

Canucks Army with their usual strong coverage of the Wolves games:


10 THOUGHTS ON THE CHICAGO WOLVES @ ABBOTSFORD HEAT

10. Steve Pinizzotto worked his tail off last night and was quite effective. He’s not the biggest guy in the world, but he’s a solid skater and he seems to understand where to be on the ice at all times. He is an afterthought to many Canucks fans, but I wouldn’t at all be surprised to see him stick in a fourth line/depth capacity in Vancouver. If nothing else, he will push the other bottom six forwards to be at their best every game.

9. Anton Rodin looks a lot stronger than he did last year, as noted by Pat Johnston. He wasn’t great last night, but he wasn’t awful, either. He made a few nice rushes up the ice and won a number of puck battles that he would most definitely had lost last year.


8. Connauton and Tanev were great on the back end together. They seem like one of those pairings that was made for each other, as Jason Botchford tweeted during the game. Connauton is noticeably stronger than he was last year – more than a few times he tossed a Heat forechecker aside with ease.


7. Eddie Lack was good, as was Abbotsford goalie Danny Taylor. Lack looks a lot more polished than last year, but he’d still benefit from some more AHL time this year instead of backing up Schneider (if and when the season starts).


6. Alex Friesen looked out of place (and not in a good way) on Friday night. A great example of the difference between the CHL and AHL. Friesen was dominant last year for Niagara, but now he is having to earn his place again in a much harder league. His first few weeks as a pro aren’t going to change my opinion of him in the slightest – as an undersized center, it would almost be expected that there would be an adjustment period.


5. Because of the number of forwards being carried on the roster, the Wolves have had to rotate good players in and out each night (as have most other AHL clubs). Alexandre Mallet and Brett Sterling both sat last night, while Kassian and Rodin played with Andrew Ebbett instead of Schroeder.


4. Schroeder made a few nice defensive plays and showed his usual speed, but he wasn’t very effective offensively. He definitely didn’t stand out at any point in time – to be fair, the Heat play a very structured (i.e. defensive) game, and they really limit chances. Think Dale Hunter, Capitals.


3. Zack Kassian is a player we all want to see succeed. Not only because the Canucks gave up Cody Hodgson for him in a shocking trade last season, but because Kassian is the club’s top prospect, and he has a pretty interesting story. He stood out for all of the right reasons last night.


2. Aside from the Buffalo game last season, last night may have been Kassian’s most complete performance in the Canucks organization. From the opening minute to the shootout, he was involved every shift, using his speed to beat defenders off the rush, using his size and strength to protect the puck down low, and using his vastly underrated playmaking skills to create.


1. Kassian also got in a scrap, and his hands were evidence to that post game. Balancing the toughness with the skill has been an issue with him in the past, and last night was a great example of how he can contribute in both regards positively. His fight energized the team, and he had several big hits in the game (including a hard hit into the boards on Sven Bartschi in the first period).


Kassian is a really skilled player who happens to be big and tough. He isn’t an enforcer or a tough guy first. That being said, it was great to see a well-rounded performance in a game that you know a lot of these young Canucks were circling on their calendars.


They have an actual game recap coming up too but it's not posted yet.

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 11:18 AM

Sweatt will be a speedy checker, at best. So keep that in mind before ripping his game. Ie. Lower your expectations.


I don't think so. He plays nowhere near physical or aggressive enough for that role. Speed isn't enough for that role.

Is Raymond a speedy checker? I'd say he plays a similar game.

EDIT -- some (sort of related) extra thoughts:

In fact, I don't think Sweatt will even resign with the Canucks. I think he'll leave, and he'd be smart to do it too. Where is a speedsters place on MG's team? Is he going to come out of nowhere and win a top 6 position? Unlikely. Is he going to reinvent his game, put on 20 pounds and start hammering people to earn a bottom 6 position? Doubt it. If I were Bill Sweat I'd be looking elsewhere to get a NHL shot.

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 11:24 AM

From what I saw, KCon looks better than Tanev
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Posted 20 October 2012 - 11:33 AM

I think we picked up Kassian specifically so he could help add that element to our repertoire...

They'll let him loose! :towel:

Eddie Lack = total stud!
He's gonna be so much fun to follow when he's a Canuck. He made some great saves. Loved his poise in the shootout. Luongo could learn a thing or two :)

Kassian looked great too. The only thing about him is he's obviously a player who likes to play a physical game and use his size. I hope we don't restrict him from doing that just because we don't play that brand of hockey.

Schroeder is still looking too small to be effective IMO. Hope I'm wrong.

Loved the Tanev - Connauton pairing. Those two would be great for us. Ton of youth.

Gosh it was nice to have some Canucks-related hockey on TV


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Posted 20 October 2012 - 11:55 AM

like crap. he had no impact all game.

ugh what a bust

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 12:00 PM



Yay, Lack is starting in goal tonight!

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 12:04 PM

Lets see if the Oilers stay in Edmonton first, before we ask how Schultz is going... :rolleyes:

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 12:09 PM



Yay, Lack is starting in goal tonight!


Woo-hoo!

I had a hockey game today this morning. We won 5-1, and then I copied Lack's little celebratory dance (I'm a Bantam AA goalie). I'm going to the game tonight and can't wait to see him do the dance!
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Posted 20 October 2012 - 12:09 PM

Both hodgson and kassian have started great

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 01:13 PM

Both hodgson and kassian have started great


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Posted 20 October 2012 - 01:30 PM

If Sweatt doesn't step up the intensity, no team will grant him an Nhl shot.

I don't think so. He plays nowhere near physical or aggressive enough for that role. Speed isn't enough for that role.

Is Raymond a speedy checker? I'd say he plays a similar game.

EDIT -- some (sort of related) extra thoughts:

In fact, I don't think Sweatt will even resign with the Canucks. I think he'll leave, and he'd be smart to do it too. Where is a speedsters place on MG's team? Is he going to come out of nowhere and win a top 6 position? Unlikely. Is he going to reinvent his game, put on 20 pounds and start hammering people to earn a bottom 6 position? Doubt it. If I were Bill Sweat I'd be looking elsewhere to get a NHL shot.


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Posted 20 October 2012 - 01:33 PM

I guess I will see some of you at the game tonight ;)
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Posted 20 October 2012 - 01:33 PM

If Sweatt doesn't step up the intensity, no team will grant him an Nhl shot.


Certainly agree with you there.

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 02:33 PM

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 03:07 PM

This game will televised on all the Sportsnet channels.

I've never been so excited for an AHL game!
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Posted 20 October 2012 - 03:32 PM

I predict a big game for Kass. 2 goals and a fight. Game winner! :towel:

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 04:44 PM

Wish John and John were calling this game.

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 04:51 PM

Can't wait to see Kassian, Schroeder, Lack and Rodin play tonight, hopefully Tanev has a good game and loses this shakyness he seems to have.

I predicted JS18 will get a goal tonight!

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 05:13 PM

I hope Kassian dominates all game, stoked it's on tv.

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