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anyone notice Max Domi's monster production came to a complete stop when Horvat came back to the team?

Not only that, The Knights were unbeaten since Zhadarov , Patterson, Horvat left for the world Juniors. Domi averaged 3 points per game. They come back, all of a sudden their not scoring as much, and have already lost several times.

Is it that strange to think that Domi would see more success when the elite players from many of the teams they were playing weren't there to oppose him? It shouldn't be that much of a surprise to see his numbers drop a bit when they return.

Just for note as well, they put up 60 (yes, SIXTY) shots against the Spirit and only scored a single goal. Sometimes the bounces just don't go your way.

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Is it that strange to think that Domi would see more success when the elite players from many of the teams they were playing weren't there to oppose him? It shouldn't be that much of a surprise to see his numbers drop a bit when they return.

Just for note as well, they put up 60 (yes, SIXTY) shots against the Spirit and only scored a single goal. Sometimes the bounces just don't go your way.

yeah, and 53 on thursday. paterson was lights out

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anyone notice Max Domi's monster production came to a complete stop when Horvat came back to the team?

Not only that, The Knights were unbeaten since Zhadarov , Patterson, Horvat left for the world Juniors. Domi averaged 3 points per game. They come back, all of a sudden their not scoring as much, and have already lost several times.

They were also getting scored on alot more.

If they wanna be a Memorial Cup champion team, they can't expect to just outscore their opponents. Teams in the Memorial Cup are too good.

They gotta find that balance of offense and defense.

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^ Personally I'd leave him for another year in jr unless he absolutely amazes in preseason.

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yeah, and 53 on thursday. paterson was lights out

He'll have to be, after Stolarz is now injured with a skate cut:

Kukla's Korner ‏@kuklaskorner

Video- Goaltender Anthony Stolarz Suffers Skate Cut To The Back Of His Leg: At the hospital now. Thank you all... http://dlvr.it/4kQLGS

Bob McKenzie ‏@TSNBobMcKenzie

LDN G Anthony Stolarz (PHI) suffered nasty skate cut last nite. Req'd 55 stitches to close. Initial report is he'll be out 4 to 6 weeks.

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the other paterson. from saginaw lol.

Either/or... ::D

But seriously, tough injury for Stolarz. And it may have either been his own player to cause the cut or at least to have pushed the other player into him. 55 stitches and out 4-6 weeks.

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Either/or... ::D

But seriously, tough injury for Stolarz. And it may have either been his own player to cause the cut or at least to have pushed the other player into him. 55 stitches and out 4-6 weeks.

it was mermis' skate, i think. just bad positioning. no muscle tear really,so that's good

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Bo seems to score alot of his goals when he's parked right in front of the net with his stick on the ice. good to see.

Although those will be alot harder to score in the NHL where there's actual D coverage.

D Coverage depends on which NHL team of course... there is LA, but then there is Edmonton....

Bad news. Bo got hurt yesterday in Mississauga. He went to the dressing room a bit early favouring one of his legs don't remember which. Came back out to play the 3rd where he didn't have much jump. Then half way through the 3rd he glided off the ice on one leg grimacing in pain, went straight to the dressing room and didn't come back.

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D Coverage depends on which NHL team of course... there is LA, but then there is Edmonton....

Bad news. Bo got hurt yesterday in Mississauga. He went to the dressing room a bit early favouring one of his legs don't remember which. Came back out to play the 3rd where he didn't have much jump. Then half way through the 3rd he glided off the ice on one leg grimacing in pain, went straight to the dressing room and didn't come back.

Damn.... 2/2 1st round picks of 2013 injured. Talk about crappy luck.. Hope he can have a quick recovery....

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were you hear this from?

At this point I think it's obvious with all the good information he's been giving us: Legend Killer is Bo Horvat.

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At this point I think it's obvious with all the good information he's been giving us: Legend Killer is Bo Horvat.

Which legend did he kill? And who's next?

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my buddy is best friends with his billet family

So how does billeting work? Is Horvat staying with one family in London the whole season? I have had billets for like weekend tournaments before, but imagine a family taking on a kid for the whole winter.

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So how does billeting work? Is Horvat staying with one family in London the whole season? I have had billets for like weekend tournaments before, but imagine a family taking on a kid for the whole winter.

they get small food and gas compensations plus season tickets I believe.
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