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3 hours ago, Hutton Wink said:

He would have been 5th on our team in goals scored, and 15th in TOI for forwards.

Bennings most underrated signing as a GM, a stable, quality bottom six would do wonders for our team

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On 2018-08-22 at 5:31 PM, Where'd Luongo? said:

Guy won't even make the team out of camp.

While you could be correct (and that would also likely mean our prospects are doing very well) you are most likely wrong. lol

 

For example, we signed Wiercoch last year and he got sent to the minors; however, unlike Wiercoch, Schaller has a niche on this team, too much of a niche to be buried like that.

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1 hour ago, logic said:

Bennings most underrated signing as a GM, a stable, quality bottom six would do wonders for our team

Schaller is a four year college guy, who played two full seasons in the AHL developing his current NHL game.  He turned himself into a very hard guy to play against, and a pretty good fighter too.  He clearly wanted an NHL career, and was willing to develop his game to fill a roll.  He reminds me of Tanner Glass in that regard.  

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On 2018-08-25 at 2:44 PM, Alflives said:

Schaller is a four year college guy, who played two full seasons in the AHL developing his current NHL game.  He turned himself into a very hard guy to play against, and a pretty good fighter too.  He clearly wanted an NHL career, and was willing to develop his game to fill a roll.  He reminds me of Tanner Glass in that regard.  

He reminds me of a bag of pucks. 

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36 minutes ago, Where'd Luongo? said:

He reminds me of a bag of pucks. 

No, Schaller reminds me of a guy with some jam in his game.  Cut from the same cloth as Burrows but a little bigger.

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10 hours ago, Crabcakes said:

No, Schaller reminds me of a guy with some jam in his game.  Cut from the same cloth as Burrows but a little bigger.

oh god, the guy shouldn't be in the same sentence as burr.

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11 hours ago, Where'd Luongo? said:

He reminds me of a bag of pucks. 

More like a poor skating Gaunce.....  and older with less upside....

 

Getting tired of JB picking up other teams discarded table  scraps..........

 

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16 minutes ago, kingofsurrey said:

More like a poor skating Gaunce.....  and older with less upside....

 

Getting tired of JB picking up other teams discarded table  scraps..........

 

Clearly you've never watched Schaller play, because that is a 100% false report on him. Unsurprisingly you are way off the mark yet again. 

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12 minutes ago, canuck73_3 said:

Clearly you've never watched Schaller play, because that is a 100% false report on him. Unsurprisingly you are way off the mark yet again. 

Always a mystery why some are so willing to proclaim their ignorance so openly.  I suppose the option of deleting one's account and coming back with a new one to hide one's sordid history of uninformed opinion is always an option.

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10 minutes ago, canuck73_3 said:

Clearly you've never watched Schaller play, because that is a 100% false report on him. Unsurprisingly you are way off the mark yet again. 

You are probably now going to tell me you have Bruins season tickets ... right ?

LOL.....

 

 

 

 

http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/tim-schaller/

 

Talent Analysis

Schaller is a forward whose reputation is based on his defensive play............ He does not have huge upside and his mobility and skill level may be issues at the NHL level. 


Read more at http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/tim-schaller/#ryA12SYqleEGbQu8.99

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4 minutes ago, kingofsurrey said:

You are probably now going to tell me you have Bruins season tickets ... right ?

LOL.....

 

 

 

 

http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/tim-schaller/

 

Talent Analysis

Schaller is a forward whose reputation is based on his defensive play............ He does not have huge upside and his mobility and skill level may be issues at the NHL level. 


Read more at http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/tim-schaller/#ryA12SYqleEGbQu8.99

No but I have actually watched him play. Also he had 10 more points last year than Gaunce has career points so please do tell how Gaunce has more upside at this time? 

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7 minutes ago, kingofsurrey said:

You are probably now going to tell me you have Bruins season tickets ... right ?

LOL.....

 

 

 

 

http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/tim-schaller/

 

Talent Analysis

Schaller is a forward whose reputation is based on his defensive play............ He does not have huge upside and his mobility and skill level may be issues at the NHL level. 


Read more at http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/tim-schaller/#ryA12SYqleEGbQu8.99

King, that stuff is from 5 years ago.  I see Schaller as one of those guys who recognized he was a fringe NHL player, at best, with his skills.  So he added grit, determination, PK skills, shutdown skills, fighting, toughness, and being hard to play against to his basic skills.  His improvements in these areas over the past 5 years made him an NHL player.  

I think if Gaunce added the same, he’d be better than Schaller.  I’m hoping ?Gaunce realizes this, and over the next couple years does so. 

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1 hour ago, Where'd Luongo? said:

oh god, the guy shouldn't be in the same sentence as burr.

Yeah, Schaller doesn't bite people. 

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Just now, canuck73_3 said:

Yeah, Schaller doesn't bite people. 

Neither does Burr if you don't put your finger in his mouth. Really a general rule of thumb, don't shove your fingers in someone else's mouth.

 

Schaller is a good bottom 6 player. Happy with the signing, he'll shelter some of the younger kids with his aggressiveness and hard nosed style of play.

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1 minute ago, canuck73_3 said:

Yeah, Schaller doesn't bite people. 

Right, so you're saying you think Schaller is better than Burr was when he was 28? Ok I'm done, no point in talking to someone with that opinion.

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14 minutes ago, kingofsurrey said:

You are probably now going to tell me you have Bruins season tickets ... right ?

LOL.....

 

 

 

 

http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/tim-schaller/

 

Talent Analysis

Schaller is a forward whose reputation is based on his defensive play............ He does not have huge upside and his mobility and skill level may be issues at the NHL level. 


Read more at http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/tim-schaller/#ryA12SYqleEGbQu8.99

A scouting report from 2015.

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Schaller peaked last year on a great Bruins team, he will NEVER see those point totals again. He won't play more than 100 more NHL games.

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2 minutes ago, Where'd Luongo? said:

Right, so you're saying you think Schaller is better than Burr was when he was 28? Ok I'm done, no point in talking to someone with that opinion.

Where did I say that? Please, I'll wait. 

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1 minute ago, Where'd Luongo? said:

Schaller peaked last year on a great Bruins team, he will NEVER see those point totals again. He won't play more than 100 more NHL games.

Ooooook crystal ball. 

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3 minutes ago, Vanuckles said:

Neither does Burr if you don't put your finger in his mouth. Really a general rule of thumb, don't shove your fingers in someone else's mouth.

 

Schaller is a good bottom 6 player. Happy with the signing, he'll shelter some of the younger kids with his aggressiveness and hard nosed style of play.

It was a joke, jesus...

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