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NeoGen85

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  1. Well. I think Erik Cole is a fine player but to see him leave. . . Actually, I feel like I'm the only one that doesn't care. I wouldn't even resign Chad LaRose. I looked at last season where we had a lot of young players and we were one game short. Reminds me of Patrick Kane's NHL for the Blackhawk's a couple years ago. I just feel like this franchise needs one good risk.
  2. The first game I saw Anthony Stewart play was last year and he received a hat trick against the Ducks. Many of his goals have been going hard to the net using his body or battling in front. He's built to be a power forward much like his brother Chris Stewart. His only problem is his confidence. Last year was Stewart's first full 80 games in the NHL. He performed very well at this level of hockey and set a career high for himself. The coaches in Atlanta believe that he needs to learn how to use his body more effectively to score goals and take more chances like many men his size in the league. If he isn't used in a trade for something better then Anthony Stewart is definitely a GREAT investment. The guy is huge, he can skate, has great hands, tough, and like Chris Tucker says, "cheap as hell". I was a big fan of the Thrashers last year especially since I come from a black hockey family from Charleston, SC. After telling my dad about Stewart's decision he asked me, "what happens to a black hockey player who is asked to move from Atlanta, GA to Winnipeg, MB? He says it's to cold for my black butt and signs with the Carolina Hurricanes".
  3. I know. Just coming into the draft I was still shocked that he was picked at #7 because he played so well in his final year with the Kitchener Rangers. At least we have 'em!
  4. Stamkos and the Lightning this year are amazing. Him and St. Louis just put up points. An awesome goal scorer and a great playmaker.
  5. I say add more young talent to the team. Some people might disagree and say, "give them more time in the AHL". Maybe any other year I would say that too. But this 2009-2010 season has so much young talented playing in the NHL(first year too) that it's ridiculous and exciting! The NHL draft was a success for a few teams in my opinion this year. Plus there are plenty of players who were drafted in 2008 playing their first or second season in the NHL and they're contributing. During camp and even the Traverse City Tournament I thought Carolina was going to give Boychuk and Sutter a chance.
  6. [quote name='TSA wrote: NeoGen852']I would just like to see "a" young face on our team. I spent more time looking at NHL prospects this Summer then anything else. One of the reasons why is because the 2009 NHL Draft had some good faces. Evander Kane in Atlanta is 18, has 3 goals, and 2 assist with a +3 rating[with a nice goal on Brodeur]. I know Colorado is liking O'Reilly, and Matt Duchene. As far as offensive power at the blue line goes Michael Del Zetto is surely turning heads in NY. Of course you have to say, "can we risk the mistakes"? But anyway, I am glad Brandon Sutter was called up; that locker room was getting kind of old. Add Tyler Meyers to your list for Buffalo. He's been huge for them (no pun intended) and today they announced he was staying with the big club. Welcome Oh yeah! I forgot about Tyler Meyers; he's been pushing it. Thanks for the welcome! All I wanted to say is, Brandon Sutter..keep playing. I think young talent helps brings out the best in some teams. To see Brandon Sutter score those two goals makes me happy. I don't care if the Carolina Hurricanes make it to the playoffs, but I'd rather see a player like Brand Sutter come into his own.
  7. I would just like to see "a" young face on our team. I spent more time looking at NHL prospects this Summer then anything else. One of the reasons why is because the 2009 NHL Draft had some good faces. Evander Kane in Atlanta is 18, has 3 goals, and 2 assist with a +3 rating[with a nice goal on Brodeur]. I know Colorado is liking O'Reilly, and Matt Duchene. As far as offensive power at the blue line goes Michael Del Zetto is surely turning heads in NY. Of course you have to say, "can we risk the mistakes"? But anyway, I am glad Brandon Sutter was called up; that locker room was getting kind of old.
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