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  1. Can't wait to see Schmidt blasting the puck from the blueline, breakaway passes to the forwards and joining the rush. He is going to get a lot of apples playing with Petty and Hughes.
  2. He will be rushing the puck more in the first 10 games than Tanev in 164 games. He will be a 40-50 point player. We had no high end offensive defenseman two years ago, now we have two. Believe Appleboy, believe.
  3. Maybe he was the one who organized the parties at the strip clubs like the Spearmint Rhino.
  4. Nate schmidt is the one wearing the pink shorts. Golden nuggets on a boat cruise.
  5. Gaudette gets 8 Schmidt gets 88 Tryamkin gets 88 when Schmidt sees him in person.
  6. Oh well, I guess he has to play with Hughes, Pettersson, Boeser, Horvat, Miller, etc.
  7. Shock, surprised and very happy. Good job JB. I thought Schmidt was dealt to Florida. I remember him and Theodore rushing the puck up the ice against us every game. What a fast player with skill and a hard shot. We didn't have any high end skill D man two years ago, now we have TWO. Side note: Nate Schmidt was picked up by Vegas during the expansion draft from Washington. Washington went on to win the Cup the following season against Schmidt's Golden Knights. When the D man were being snapped up and all the good ones were signed, we all thought JB was looking in the bargain bin at Walmart when he was at the Gucci store buying at 90% off. https://www.nhl.com/video/schmidts-game-tying-goal/t-298240736/c-60157503 https://www.nhl.com/goldenknights/video/schmidts-game-tying-goal/t-282798380/c-5394009
  8. He is a 7th rounder who made it onto the Panthers rooster. He could be a 30-40 points producer? Had high plus rating in Junior. Memorial Cup Winner. MacKenzie Weegar Bio Weegar was selected by the Florida Panthers in the seventh round (No. 206) of the 2013 NHL draft after his first season with Halifax of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, where the defenseman had 44 points (eight goals, 36 assists) in 62 games and led the QMJHL with a plus-55 rating to help the Mooseheads win the Memorial Cup. Weegar had another big season for Halifax in 2013-14, getting 59 points (12 goals, 47 assists) and a plus-56 rating in 61 games before signing with the Panthers on May 29, 2014. He split his first professional season between San Antonio of the American Hockey League and Cincinnati of the ECHL. After playing the entire 2015-16 season with Portland of the AHL, Weegar found his footing in 2016-17, getting 36 points, including 14 goals, in 60 games for Springfield to earn a late season call-up by the Panthers. He made his NHL debut against the Montreal Canadiens on April 3, 2017. Following the three-game stint, Weegar stuck with the Panthers in 2017-18 and scored his first NHL goal in his season debut against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Oct. 20, 2017. He finished his first NHL season with eight points (two goals, six assists) and a plus-5 rating in 60 games. The arrival of Joel Quenneville as coach for the 2019-20 season helped Weegar take his game to a new level. He set NHL career highs in goals (seven) and points (18) in 45 games, often playing on the top pairing with Aaron Ekblad. NOTES & TRANSACTIONS QMJHL All-Rookie Team (2013) QMJHL Second All-Star Team (2014)
  9. Adam Foote is a unrestricted free agent and 49 years old.
  10. Calgary Flames offer sheet Finn. Benning better match it.
  11. They all come home eventually. Spezza, Simmons, Tavares and the little tot- TJ Brodie.
  12. Stecher would be signing a four year $12 million dollar contract here if he was 6'5 and 235 lbs.
  13. The Canucks needed to upgrade their D after watching the Golden Nuggets manhandle them and kept in their own zone for most of the game. Hello Rafferty, Olli the goalie and Tryamkin. They will be additions to the young core. Exciting times.