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[GDT] Canucks @ Ducks, November 1, 2019 // 7.00 PM PT // SNP

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Just now, HerrDrFunk said:

 

I hope Sven gets to play, and rips it up tonight.  It's crappy our farm team is so friggin far away, and such a hard place to get to and from.  Hopefully, Sven has legs.  Travel from East to West is nasty.  

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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
 

 

Actually if you flip us with the Leafs then i'm alright with those rankings....  for now :bigblush:

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13 minutes ago, Alflives said:

And we are 8-3-1 aren't we?  

Yeah I seen that too, just assumed it was before the last game and not an error cause they don't actually pay attention to us. Consider me an optimist. Lol

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1 minute ago, -Vintage Canuck- said:

Lines in morning skate:

 

Pearson-Horvat-Virtanen
Miller-Pettersson-Boeser
Leivo-Sutter-Gaudette
Schaller-Beagle-Eriksson

Baertschi

 

Edler-Myers
Hughes-Tanev
Benn-Stecher

Sautner

Baer should play tomorrow after jet lag eases up

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2 minutes ago, milk and honey said:

Baer should play tomorrow after jet lag eases up

Who sits?

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5 minutes ago, theo5789 said:

Who sits?

I think Gaud will sit tomorrow. 

Leivo can play both sides so if he shifts to the RW, it will cause the least amount of stir in the lineup. 

 

But if Gaud scores a couple tonight and have a big game, Baer might have to wait for another opportunity. 

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3 hours ago, theo5789 said:

Who sits?

Eriksson.  Gaudette on 3rd . Pearson to 4th.

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3 minutes ago, LowerMainLander18 said:

I think Gaud will sit tomorrow. 

Leivo can play both sides so if he shifts to the RW, it will cause the least amount of stir in the lineup. 

 

But if Gaud scores a couple tonight and have a big game, Baer might have to wait for another opportunity. 

Gaud is going to have his legs sitting out. I think he's going to get a run of games until the injured guys return otherwise they could've just kept him in Utica. I suspect barring another injury or a losing streak that Baer might not see any games. We called him up as injury depth not because we need a shake up on offense. If Gaud plays well then even less likely.

 

Not sure why or how Baer would surpass those above him at this point with our team as hot as it's been.

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14 minutes ago, theo5789 said:

Who sits?

Why would they recall him to be a press-box extra.  One of their prospects could use that extra cash and the experience.

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Love those call up videos:

"Baer-Dog";

"Buddy";

"Brother"

Yep, we've got a great team spirit going here.

Gaud and Pearson welcoming Baer even though he is competition for them.

Nice depth, and more coming.

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Just now, xereau said:

Eriksson. Pearson to third, Gaudette on 4th.

Unless the team has a personal vendetta against LE and want him to sit, then sure. Otherwise as far as optics go, LE beat Baertschi for a roster spot, so not sure why he would supplant him now. LE has filled in on the 4th line fine so far.

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Just now, theo5789 said:

Unless the team has a personal vendetta against LE and want him to sit, then sure. Otherwise as far as optics go, LE beat Baertschi for a roster spot, so not sure why he would supplant him now. LE has filled in on the 4th line fine so far.

No one beat Baertschi for a roster spot - it was already decided in the summer that they were moving on.  They don't see him as a bottom-6 player and had filled up the top-6.

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Just now, mll said:

Why would they recall him to be a press-box extra.  One of their prospects could use that extra cash and the experience.

Because he's done well in Utica and remained a professional and thus the next call up after Gaudette. I assume he was one of the last cuts and therefore the "next in line". I can understand if we are looking for a shake up on offense to slot him in, but that isn't the case. He's depth at this point and the team is performing well enough that I see no reason to sit someone out for him.

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Just now, mll said:

No one beat Baertschi for a roster spot - it was already decided in the summer that they were moving on.  They don't see him as a bottom-6 player and had filled up the top-6.

So you're suspecting this is a showcase call up? Because I don't see any spots in the bottom 6 or top 6 that he could slide into at the moment and bump out someone on a hot team currently.

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