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42 minutes ago, gizmo2337 said:

Wow, embrace the hate! Several writers don't even have us ranked top 16, yet the leafs are still up there? Like seriously... wtf

https://www.nhl.com/news/nhl-power-rankings-super-16-october-31/c-310660942


1. Boston Bruins (9-1-2)
2. Washington Capitals (9-2-3)
3. Colorado Avalanche (8-2-2)
4. Nashville Predators (8-3-1)
5. Buffalo Sabres (9-2-2)
6. Carolina Hurricanes (8-3-1)
7. Vegas Golden Knights (8-5-0)
8. New York Islanders (8-3-0)
9. St. Louis Blues (7-3-3)
10. Pittsburgh Penguins (8-5-0)
11. Edmonton Oilers (9-4-1)
12. Toronto Maple Leafs (6-5-3)
13. Arizona Coyotes (7-4-1)
14. Tampa Bay Lightning (6-4-2)
15. Vancouver Canucks (7-3-1)
16. Florida Panthers (6-3-4)

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HERE'S HOW WE RANKED 'EM

AMALIE BENJAMIN

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. Buffalo Sabres; 4. Colorado Avalanche; 5. Vegas Golden Knights; 6. Nashville Predators; 7. Carolina Hurricanes; 8. Edmonton Oilers; 9. Anaheim Ducks; 10. New York Islanders; 11. Toronto Maple Leafs; 12. St. Louis Blues; 13. Tampa Bay Lightning; 14. Pittsburgh Penguins; 15. Vancouver Canucks; 16. Arizona Coyotes

TIM CAMPBELL

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Tampa Bay Lightning; 3. Colorado Avalanche; 4. Nashville Predators; 5. Toronto Maple Leafs; 6. Washington Capitals; 7. Buffalo Sabres; 8. Vegas Golden Knights; 9. Pittsburgh Penguins; 10. Carolina Hurricanes; 11. St. Louis Blues; 12. Edmonton Oilers; 13. New York Islanders; 14. Anaheim Ducks; 15. Arizona Coyotes; 16. Vancouver Canucks

BRIAN COMPTON

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Colorado Avalanche; 3. Washington Capitals; 4. Buffalo Sabres; 5. New York Islanders; 6. Nashville Predators; 7. Carolina Hurricanes; 8. Edmonton Oilers; 9. Pittsburgh Penguins; 10. Vegas Golden Knights; 11. Vancouver Canucks; 12. St. Louis Blues; 13. Arizona Coyotes; 14. Florida Panthers; 15. Toronto Maple Leafs; 16. Montreal Canadiens

NICHOLAS J. COTSONIKA

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Colorado Avalanche; 3. Washington Capitals; 4. Buffalo Sabres; 5. New York Islanders; 6. Carolina Hurricanes; 7. Nashville Predators; 8. Arizona Coyotes; 9. Vancouver Canucks; 10. St. Louis Blues; 11. Edmonton Oilers; 12. Vegas Golden Knights; 13. Pittsburgh Penguins; 14. Florida Panthers; 15. Anaheim Ducks; 16. Columbus Blue Jackets

TOM GULITTI

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. Colorado Avalanche; 4. Nashville Predators; 5. Buffalo Sabres; 6. Carolina Hurricanes; 7. New York Islanders; 8. Edmonton Oilers; 9. Vegas Golden Knights; 10. St. Louis Blues; 11. Arizona Coyotes; 12. Pittsburgh Penguins; 13. Toronto Maple Leafs; 14. Vancouver Canucks; 15. Florida Panthers; 16. Tampa Bay Lightning

ADAM KIMELMAN

1. Washington Capitals; 2. Boston Bruins; 3. Colorado Avalanche; 4. Nashville Predators; 5. St. Louis Blues; 6. Carolina Hurricanes; 7. Pittsburgh Penguins; 8. Edmonton Oilers; 9. Vegas Golden Knights; 10. New York Islanders; 11. Toronto Maple Leafs; 12. Buffalo Sabres; 13. Arizona Coyotes; 14. Florida Panthers; 15. Vancouver Canucks; 16. Calgary Flames

ROBERT LAFLAMME

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. Colorado Avalanche; 4. Buffalo Sabres; 5. Carolina Hurricanes; 6. Vegas Golden Knights; 7. Edmonton Oilers; 8. Toronto Maple Leafs; 9. Nashville Predators; 10. Tampa Bay Lightning; 11. St. Louis Blues; 12. Pittsburgh Penguins; 13. Anaheim Ducks; 14. New York Islanders; 15. Vancouver Canucks; 16. Arizona Coyotes

MIKE G. MORREALE

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. St. Louis Blues; 4. Vegas Golden Knights; 5. Carolina Hurricanes; 6. Nashville Predators; 7. New York Islanders; 8. Pittsburgh Penguins; 9. Toronto Maple Leafs; 10. Colorado Avalanche; 11. Tampa Bay Lightning; 12. Buffalo Sabres; 13. Calgary Flames; 14. Anaheim Ducks; 15. Arizona Coyotes; 16. Edmonton Oilers

TRACEY MYERS

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. Buffalo Sabres; 4. Carolina Hurricanes; 5. Nashville Predators; 6. New York Islanders; 7. Colorado Avalanche; 8. Edmonton Oilers; 9. St. Louis Blues; 10. Vegas Golden Knights; 11. Pittsburgh Penguins; 12. Arizona Coyotes; 13. Toronto Maple Leafs; 14. Vancouver Canucks; 15. Anaheim Ducks; 16. Florida Panthers

BILL PRICE

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Colorado Avalanche; 3. Washington Capitals; 4. Nashville Predators; 5. Vegas Golden Knights; 6. Buffalo Sabres; 7. Carolina Hurricanes; 8. New York Islanders; 9. Arizona Coyotes; 10. Toronto Maple Leafs; 11. St. Louis Blues; 12. Pittsburgh Penguins; 13. Edmonton Oilers; 14. Florida Panthers; 15. Vancouver Canucks; 16. Tampa Bay Lightning

SHAWN P. ROARKE

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. Nashville Predators; 4. Colorado Avalanche; 5. Vegas Golden Knights; 6. New York Islanders; 7. Pittsburgh Penguins; 8. Carolina Hurricanes; 9. Buffalo Sabres; 10. St. Louis Blues; 11. Toronto Maple Leafs; 12. Florida Panthers; 13. Edmonton Oilers; 14. Arizona Coyotes; 15. Calgary Flames; 16. Tampa Bay Lightning

DAN ROSEN

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. Colorado Avalanche; 4. Nashville Predators; 5. Vegas Golden Knights; 6. Buffalo Sabres; 7. St. Louis Blues; 8. New York Islanders; 9. Carolina Hurricanes; 10. Pittsburgh Penguins; 11. Arizona Coyotes; 12. Tampa Bay Lightning; 13. Edmonton Oilers; 14. Vancouver Canucks; 15. Florida Panthers; 16. Toronto Maple Leafs

MIKE ZEISBERGER

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. Colorado Avalanche; 4. Carolina Hurricanes; 5. Pittsburgh Penguins; 6. Buffalo Sabres; 7. Nashville Predators; 8. St. Louis Blues; 9. New York Islanders; 10. Vancouver Canucks; 11. Vegas Golden Knights; 12. Edmonton Oilers; 13. Arizona Coyotes; 14. Toronto Maple Leafs; 15. Tampa Bay Lightning; 16. Florida Panthers
 

 

Nucks get no respect. And the longer that lasts the better.
 

Our boys are better when they play with a chip on the shoulder and it’s never bad sneaking up on teams who thinks it’s a guaranteed two points. 
 

Under the radar is the best place to be. 

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6 hours ago, khay said:

Goal of the decade?

 

There is this sick goal that took place at the beginning of the decade and Tkachuck's goal ain't dethroning that one. There is a perfect tip pass from this guy wearing 33 followed by perfect receiving of the puck all while defender is tagging the forward wearing 22, deke leading to missed poke check, and then there's between the leg shot. Tkahuck's goal is like, I got no time left, I'm just gonna shoot it anyway I can. Oh look, it went in!

 

 

 

Sorry but this guy was the trick shot king and #4 against the Canucks looks eerily similar. ::D

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1 hour ago, Conscience said:

Hopefully Bear in with Bo and bump Pearson down to sutters wing.

Not sure Baer is going to be able to do that, this team is completely different and I am not sure Baer is up to the task. I hope he does but he needs to keep up with the bigger, faster bodies to go along with his skill. Along the boards is where he is going to have the most trouble. We shall see.

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11 minutes ago, EdgarM said:

Not sure Baer is going to be able to do that, this team is completely different and I am not sure Baer is up to the task. I hope he does but he needs to keep up with the bigger, faster bodies to go along with his skill. Along the boards is where he is going to have the most trouble. We shall see.

Pearson has one assist in 5 games. And the alternative is Bear on a grinding sutters line? 

Hes always been fine along the boards amyways.

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22 hours ago, CRAZY_4_NAZZY said:

Dan Murphy on sportsnet 650 - can't speculate but generally players who have had head injuries would be whisked away and evaluated after the game immediately, but Ferland was with the team and eating a meal.  Murph didn't want to say Ferland didn't have a concussion, but but based on what he saw, may not be the case.

 

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2 hours ago, GhostsOf1994 said:

We can hope...

 

Miller Pettersson Boeser 

Pearson Horvat Virtanen 

Baertschi Sutter Gaudette 

Ferkie? Beagle Leivo

 

What? No Schaller?

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5 minutes ago, Conscience said:

Pearson has one assist in 5 games.

I don't think scoring is an issue right now. ::D Our strong point for this group is the ability to get the puck out of the corners and up the ice. This is because we are bigger and stronger. Not sure Baert emphasizes that. We spent a lot of time trying to get out of our zone and trying to get the puck out of the corners last year. I think this is why players such as Baert, Goldy,Gaud and LE are on the sidelines most days. The current play speaks for itself.

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8 minutes ago, Squamfan said:

yikes did he even get hit in the head?

 

0:28 it looks like Clifford connects on his jaw

 

Also at 0:35, its tough to see but Clifford throws an uppercut, but because Ferland's back is to us, we can't quite see whether it connected.

 

Its still considered an Upper Body injury so it could also be a shoulder issue for Ferland.  He has had shoulder injuries in the past as well, last one was in a fight against Backes last year where he won the fight but left the game immediately after the fight.

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2 minutes ago, CRAZY_4_NAZZY said:

 

0:28 it looks like Clifford connects on his jaw

 

Also at 0:35, its tough to see but Clifford throws an uppercut, but because Ferland's back is to us, we can't quite see whether it connected.

 

Its still considered an Upper Body injury so it could also be a shoulder issue for Ferland.  He has had shoulder injuries in the past as well, last one was in a fight against Backes. 

If that fight ends up causing a concussion on Ferland, then I would seriously wonder if Ferland even comes back to play....considering the history and uncertainty before he signed.

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1 hour ago, gizmo2337 said:

Wow, embrace the hate! Several writers don't even have us ranked top 16, yet the leafs are still up there? Like seriously... wtf

https://www.nhl.com/news/nhl-power-rankings-super-16-october-31/c-310660942


1. Boston Bruins (9-1-2)
2. Washington Capitals (9-2-3)
3. Colorado Avalanche (8-2-2)
4. Nashville Predators (8-3-1)
5. Buffalo Sabres (9-2-2)
6. Carolina Hurricanes (8-3-1)
7. Vegas Golden Knights (8-5-0)
8. New York Islanders (8-3-0)
9. St. Louis Blues (7-3-3)
10. Pittsburgh Penguins (8-5-0)
11. Edmonton Oilers (9-4-1)
12. Toronto Maple Leafs (6-5-3)
13. Arizona Coyotes (7-4-1)
14. Tampa Bay Lightning (6-4-2)
15. Vancouver Canucks (7-3-1)
16. Florida Panthers (6-3-4)

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HERE'S HOW WE RANKED 'EM

AMALIE BENJAMIN

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. Buffalo Sabres; 4. Colorado Avalanche; 5. Vegas Golden Knights; 6. Nashville Predators; 7. Carolina Hurricanes; 8. Edmonton Oilers; 9. Anaheim Ducks; 10. New York Islanders; 11. Toronto Maple Leafs; 12. St. Louis Blues; 13. Tampa Bay Lightning; 14. Pittsburgh Penguins; 15. Vancouver Canucks; 16. Arizona Coyotes

TIM CAMPBELL

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Tampa Bay Lightning; 3. Colorado Avalanche; 4. Nashville Predators; 5. Toronto Maple Leafs; 6. Washington Capitals; 7. Buffalo Sabres; 8. Vegas Golden Knights; 9. Pittsburgh Penguins; 10. Carolina Hurricanes; 11. St. Louis Blues; 12. Edmonton Oilers; 13. New York Islanders; 14. Anaheim Ducks; 15. Arizona Coyotes; 16. Vancouver Canucks

BRIAN COMPTON

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Colorado Avalanche; 3. Washington Capitals; 4. Buffalo Sabres; 5. New York Islanders; 6. Nashville Predators; 7. Carolina Hurricanes; 8. Edmonton Oilers; 9. Pittsburgh Penguins; 10. Vegas Golden Knights; 11. Vancouver Canucks; 12. St. Louis Blues; 13. Arizona Coyotes; 14. Florida Panthers; 15. Toronto Maple Leafs; 16. Montreal Canadiens

NICHOLAS J. COTSONIKA

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Colorado Avalanche; 3. Washington Capitals; 4. Buffalo Sabres; 5. New York Islanders; 6. Carolina Hurricanes; 7. Nashville Predators; 8. Arizona Coyotes; 9. Vancouver Canucks; 10. St. Louis Blues; 11. Edmonton Oilers; 12. Vegas Golden Knights; 13. Pittsburgh Penguins; 14. Florida Panthers; 15. Anaheim Ducks; 16. Columbus Blue Jackets

TOM GULITTI

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. Colorado Avalanche; 4. Nashville Predators; 5. Buffalo Sabres; 6. Carolina Hurricanes; 7. New York Islanders; 8. Edmonton Oilers; 9. Vegas Golden Knights; 10. St. Louis Blues; 11. Arizona Coyotes; 12. Pittsburgh Penguins; 13. Toronto Maple Leafs; 14. Vancouver Canucks; 15. Florida Panthers; 16. Tampa Bay Lightning

ADAM KIMELMAN

1. Washington Capitals; 2. Boston Bruins; 3. Colorado Avalanche; 4. Nashville Predators; 5. St. Louis Blues; 6. Carolina Hurricanes; 7. Pittsburgh Penguins; 8. Edmonton Oilers; 9. Vegas Golden Knights; 10. New York Islanders; 11. Toronto Maple Leafs; 12. Buffalo Sabres; 13. Arizona Coyotes; 14. Florida Panthers; 15. Vancouver Canucks; 16. Calgary Flames

ROBERT LAFLAMME

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. Colorado Avalanche; 4. Buffalo Sabres; 5. Carolina Hurricanes; 6. Vegas Golden Knights; 7. Edmonton Oilers; 8. Toronto Maple Leafs; 9. Nashville Predators; 10. Tampa Bay Lightning; 11. St. Louis Blues; 12. Pittsburgh Penguins; 13. Anaheim Ducks; 14. New York Islanders; 15. Vancouver Canucks; 16. Arizona Coyotes

MIKE G. MORREALE

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. St. Louis Blues; 4. Vegas Golden Knights; 5. Carolina Hurricanes; 6. Nashville Predators; 7. New York Islanders; 8. Pittsburgh Penguins; 9. Toronto Maple Leafs; 10. Colorado Avalanche; 11. Tampa Bay Lightning; 12. Buffalo Sabres; 13. Calgary Flames; 14. Anaheim Ducks; 15. Arizona Coyotes; 16. Edmonton Oilers

TRACEY MYERS

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. Buffalo Sabres; 4. Carolina Hurricanes; 5. Nashville Predators; 6. New York Islanders; 7. Colorado Avalanche; 8. Edmonton Oilers; 9. St. Louis Blues; 10. Vegas Golden Knights; 11. Pittsburgh Penguins; 12. Arizona Coyotes; 13. Toronto Maple Leafs; 14. Vancouver Canucks; 15. Anaheim Ducks; 16. Florida Panthers

BILL PRICE

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Colorado Avalanche; 3. Washington Capitals; 4. Nashville Predators; 5. Vegas Golden Knights; 6. Buffalo Sabres; 7. Carolina Hurricanes; 8. New York Islanders; 9. Arizona Coyotes; 10. Toronto Maple Leafs; 11. St. Louis Blues; 12. Pittsburgh Penguins; 13. Edmonton Oilers; 14. Florida Panthers; 15. Vancouver Canucks; 16. Tampa Bay Lightning

SHAWN P. ROARKE

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. Nashville Predators; 4. Colorado Avalanche; 5. Vegas Golden Knights; 6. New York Islanders; 7. Pittsburgh Penguins; 8. Carolina Hurricanes; 9. Buffalo Sabres; 10. St. Louis Blues; 11. Toronto Maple Leafs; 12. Florida Panthers; 13. Edmonton Oilers; 14. Arizona Coyotes; 15. Calgary Flames; 16. Tampa Bay Lightning

DAN ROSEN

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. Colorado Avalanche; 4. Nashville Predators; 5. Vegas Golden Knights; 6. Buffalo Sabres; 7. St. Louis Blues; 8. New York Islanders; 9. Carolina Hurricanes; 10. Pittsburgh Penguins; 11. Arizona Coyotes; 12. Tampa Bay Lightning; 13. Edmonton Oilers; 14. Vancouver Canucks; 15. Florida Panthers; 16. Toronto Maple Leafs

MIKE ZEISBERGER

1. Boston Bruins; 2. Washington Capitals; 3. Colorado Avalanche; 4. Carolina Hurricanes; 5. Pittsburgh Penguins; 6. Buffalo Sabres; 7. Nashville Predators; 8. St. Louis Blues; 9. New York Islanders; 10. Vancouver Canucks; 11. Vegas Golden Knights; 12. Edmonton Oilers; 13. Arizona Coyotes; 14. Toronto Maple Leafs; 15. Tampa Bay Lightning; 16. Florida Panthers
 

 

I can kinda understand it. We've had a pretty easy schedule thus far. Half our wins were Detroit and LA. Lets be real neither are what anyone would consider top tier teams. They have Edmonton at 11, which I think is pretty low. I'd have Edmonton and Vancouver ranked ahead of Arizona and Vegas, but hey what do I know?

 

5 Pacific Division teams in the top 16, does that make our division the best in hockey? :ph34r:

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3 minutes ago, Knucklehd said:

If that fight ends up causing a concussion on Ferland, then I would seriously wonder if Ferland even comes back to play....considering the history and uncertainty before he signed.

I think Furley broke a knuckle on the other guy's helmet.  

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1 minute ago, N7Nucks said:

I can kinda understand it. We've had a pretty easy schedule thus far. Half our wins were Detroit and LA. Lets be real neither are what anyone would consider top tier teams. They have Edmonton at 11, which I think is pretty low. I'd have Edmonton and Vancouver ranked ahead of Arizona and Vegas, but hey what do I know?

 

5 Pacific Division teams in the top 16, does that make our division the best in hockey? :ph34r:

And we are 8-3-1 aren't we?  

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22 minutes ago, EdgarM said:

Not sure Baer is going to be able to do that, this team is completely different and I am not sure Baer is up to the task. I hope he does but he needs to keep up with the bigger, faster bodies to go along with his skill. Along the boards is where he is going to have the most trouble. We shall see.

All he has to do is not fall when he gets near the boards and he'll be a step up from LE

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