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Zach Hall

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his current numbers are incredible! 9-13-22 in 13 games!

Is he with our organization? i know that he was invited to our training camp...

he's already 19 & nhl.com says that he is 2013 draft eligible, but when you click on his page, it says that he is with the canucks organization...

http://www.nhl.com/ice/player.htm?id=8477099

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not sure about him but he is apparently on canucks nhl website too

http://canucks.nhl.c....htm?id=8477099

compared to his stats from last year he's definitely breaking out.

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Nothing confirmed, but it sounds like Colts forward Zach Hall may have received an invite to the Vancouver Canucks rookie camp.

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Could be worth a late round pick. Generally prefer to go with a big body, physical enforcer type guy in the late rounds though. Someone like Matt Martin

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I'd rather have a guy who's scoring over a point a game and is a bit small than the big, physical guys we seem to be going for who can't score to save their lives.

Size is not everything - you need a good mix to win Cups. Boston didn't have big guys up front, their giants were on defence. Los Angeles also had a good mix of speedy, skilled guys and towering guys up front.

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Doesn't matter how big they are if they have toughness. That's what we are looking for guys who play tough and who are even tougher to play against. There are scorers in the league who are undersized and can take a hit hit keep on tucking and then dish one out. Could be a nice twist in our future lineup :)

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i think he had a similar start last year and was lighting it up with Tanner Pearson but slowed down in the later half of the season.

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I'd rather have a guy who's scoring over a point a game and is a bit small than the big, physical guys we seem to be going for who can't score to save their lives.

Size is not everything - you need a good mix to win Cups. Boston didn't have big guys up front, their giants were on defence. Los Angeles also had a good mix of speedy, skilled guys and towering guys up front.

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Crosby and Giroux, the 2 best centres in the game are 5 11

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On a similar note, do you think Dea is worth a 5-7th pick (hope he stops his point streak or he could go in 2nd/3rd) So far he is

18g-16a-34p in 17 games He is decent sized at 6,0 but is extremely light, only 160 pounds. If we get him gary Roberts training, this would counter his weight problem as he would gain probably 10lbs each off season. Making him NHL ready when he is 22

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On a similar note, do you think Dea is worth a 5-7th pick (hope he stops his point streak or he could go in 2nd/3rd) So far he is

18g-16a-34p in 17 games He is decent sized at 6,0 but is extremely light, only 160 pounds. If we get him gary Roberts training, this would counter his weight problem as he would gain probably 10lbs each off season. Making him NHL ready when he is 22

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Was actually really hoping we'd give this kid a contract when we invited him to camp in Sept.

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Dea is QMJHL's leading scorer on Rouyn-Noranda was eligible for last years draft but he was average last year (only 32 points in 50 games). From what i heard (have no CHL teams where i live) he is a fast player with a great shot. agian his weight will have some gm's a little hesitant to draft him. But if he continues his 2 point a game pace there is no way he will not be drafted this year

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If we're gonna pick a draft passover, I say we go with JC Lipon.

40 points in 17 games with the Blazers, he's still not a big guy (bigger than Hall and Dea) at 6'0, but he's a little scrappy.

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He's playing with Mark Scheifele so, it's not surprising to see his numbers inflated. Size shouldn't be a problem, we've seen many of NHL'ers at 5'11

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