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#401 njdevil26

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 02:00 PM

Russian Junior Roster Drafted Players (Year/Round/Overall/WJC Stats)

Yevgeni Kuznetsov RW/C 2010 1/26 Washington Capitals 7 GP 6-7-13
Nikita Kucherov RW 2011 2/58 Tampa Bay Lightning 7 GP 2-5-7
Alexander Khokhlachev C/W 2011 2/40 Boston Bruins 7 GP 4-1-5
Nikita Nesterov D 2011 5/148 Tampa Bay Lightning 7 GP 2-3-5
Yaroslav Kosov RW 2011 5/124 Florida Panthers 7 GP 2-2-4
Ivan Telegin W/C 2010 4/101 Atlanta Thrashers 6 GP 1-1-2

Swedish Junior Roster Drafted Players (Year/Round/Overall/WJC Stats)

Max Friberg LW/RW 2011 5/143 Anaheim Ducks 6 GP 9-2-11
Ludvig Rensfeldt LW/RW 2010 2/35 Chicago Blackhawks 6 GP 1-5-6
Johan Larsson C 2010 2/56 Minnesota Wild 6 GP 0-6-6
Mika Zibanejad C/RW 2011 1/6 Ottawa Senators 6 GP 4-1-5
Joakim Nordstrom C 2010 3/90 Chicago Blackhawks 6 GP 4-1-5
Rickard Rackell C/RW 2011 1/30 Anaheim Ducks 6 GP 2-3-5
Johan Sundstrom C/RW 2011 2/50 New York Islanders 6 GP 1-4-5
Patrik Nemeth D 2010 2/41 Dallas Stars 6 GP 0-5-5
Jonas Brodin D 2011 1/10 Minnesota Wild 6 GP 0-4-4
Mattias Backman D 2011 5/146 Detroit Red Wings 6 GP 0-3-3
John Klingberg D 2010 5/131 Dallas Stars 6 GP 0-3-3
William Karlsson C 2011 2/53 Anaheim Ducks 6 GP 1-1-2
Oscar Klefbom D 2011 1/19 Edmonton Oilers 6 GP 1-1-2
Petter Granberg D 2010 4/116 Toronto Maple Leafs 5 GP 0-1-1
Victor Rask C 2011 2/42 Carolina Hurricanes 6 GP 0-1-1
Fredrik Claesson D 2011 5/126 Ottawa Senators 6 GP 0-0-0
Anton Forsberg G 2011 7/188 Columbus Blue Jackets 2 GP 0.99 GAA .933 SV%
Johan Gustafsson G 2010 6/159 Minnesota Wild 5 GP 2.20 GAA .888 SV%


Damn those Swedes got snatched up.
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Posted 11 January 2012 - 02:36 PM

So, who is in net tonight versus the Oilers? Marty or Moose? (Marty Moose!) Personally, I was hoping to see Moose get the nod. But if it is Marty, I will understand it, but if he lets in some softies again I hope DeBoer keeps him in -- seing as how Marty thought he should've been left in last night.

Edited by 95Crash, 11 January 2012 - 02:36 PM.

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 02:38 PM

Just posted: Devils coach Pete DeBoer will start Johan Hedberg in Edmonton
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Posted 11 January 2012 - 02:40 PM

So, who is in net tonight versus the Oilers? Marty or Moose? (Marty Moose!) Personally, I was hoping to see Moose get the nod. But if it is Marty, I will understand it, but if he lets in some softies again I hope DeBoer keeps him in -- seing as how Marty thought he should've been left in last night.



Moose in tonight.

Edited by Quinn01, 11 January 2012 - 02:45 PM.

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 02:50 PM

The reason why that won't happen is because of the Devils' defense, which is miles ahead of where the Thrashers ever were or ever dreamed of being. If Zach wants to leave because of the team going 'backwards' that's on him.


Good point, Tri.

One thing that kind of pisses me off is when a player wants to sign with another team to ensure he'll get a championship ring. He'd rather be a part of it rather than lead his own team. So you got a ring so what? It's like the Ray Bourque thing that's totally annoying. He couldn't help lead Boston to a cup so he signed with a powerful Avs team so he could just have a ring. Yeah he was a part of the cup win but he didn't have it in him to lead his team to the cup.
I wish Zach would be a Shane Doan type. He's been with the same club his career despite the Jets/Coyotes not winning anything.
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Posted 11 January 2012 - 02:58 PM

Just posted: Devils coach Pete DeBoer will start Johan Hedberg in Edmonton


Moose in tonight.

Good.

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 03:00 PM

Just posted: Devils coach Pete DeBoer will start Johan Hedberg in Edmonton


and about what time will he be pulled??
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Posted 11 January 2012 - 03:00 PM

Good point, Tri.

One thing that kind of pisses me off is when a player wants to sign with another team to ensure he'll get a championship ring. He'd rather be a part of it rather than lead his own team. So you got a ring so what? It's like the Ray Bourque thing that's totally annoying. He couldn't help lead Boston to a cup so he signed with a powerful Avs team so he could just have a ring. Yeah he was a part of the cup win but he didn't have it in him to lead his team to the cup.
I wish Zach would be a Shane Doan type. He's been with the same club his career despite the Jets/Coyotes not winning anything.



You can also say that Boston never really gave much for Ray to work with, outside of the late 80's and early 90's when he was there.

Still though I never really liked Ray Pork too much anyways. I can still hear Gary Thorne and the rest of the annoucing crew during the 2001 Finals and the way the announced the games because of him. I swear if Ray ever made a sudden stop Gary Thorne's head would be halfway up Ray's ass.
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Posted 11 January 2012 - 03:07 PM

Good point, Tri.

One thing that kind of pisses me off is when a player wants to sign with another team to ensure he'll get a championship ring. He'd rather be a part of it rather than lead his own team. So you got a ring so what? It's like the Ray Bourque thing that's totally annoying. He couldn't help lead Boston to a cup so he signed with a powerful Avs team so he could just have a ring. Yeah he was a part of the cup win but he didn't have it in him to lead his team to the cup.
I wish Zach would be a Shane Doan type. He's been with the same club his career despite the Jets/Coyotes not winning anything.


Are you REALLY knocking Ray Bourque? This post is a complete joke.

First off, he played almost 21 full seasons' worth of games with the Bruins. He did get to a SCF with them in '88.

Second, he didn't SIGN with the Avs, he was traded to them at the end of the '99-'00 season. BTW, the Bruins won a grand total of...wait for it...24 games that year. Clearly the Bruins were not contenders, and Bourque was nearing the end of his career...the deal made sense for both sides...Boston got some young talent out of the deal on their end. Hardly the first time a deal like that was consummated.
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Even when Marty comes back maybe Larry should put Clemmensen to be on the goal during the shootouts.
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Posted 11 January 2012 - 03:13 PM

Are you REALLY knocking Ray Bourque? This post is a complete joke.

First off, he played almost 21 full seasons' worth of games with the Bruins. He did get to a SCF with them in '88.

Second, he didn't SIGN with the Avs, he was traded to them at the end of the '99-'00 season. BTW, the Bruins won a grand total of...wait for it...24 games that year. Clearly the Bruins were not contenders, and Bourque was nearing the end of his career...the deal made sense for both sides...Boston got some young talent out of the deal on their end. Hardly the first time a deal like that was consummated.



Didn't Ray also ask (aka demand) the Bruins to trade him to a cup contender? Also if I remember right Rolston was part of that trade whom we traded earlier in the season to Colorado for Lemieux.

It is not like he was upset to be traded to the Avs against his wishes.
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Posted 11 January 2012 - 03:19 PM

Didn't Ray also ask (aka demand) the Bruins to trade him to a cup contender? Also if I remember right Rolston was part of that trade whom we traded earlier in the season to Colorado for Lemieux.

It is not like he was upset to be traded to the Avs against his wishes.


Yes Rolston was part of that deal.

My point was that Bourque played damned near his whole career there, and it was a long one at that. And clearly he still had something left. I don't think he was out of line to ask to be dealt if he knew the end was coming and his team had no chance. 21 seasons is a damned long time.
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Even when Marty comes back maybe Larry should put Clemmensen to be on the goal during the shootouts.
Can the coach do that ? Switch the goalies 5 seconds to go in overtime?
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It's easy to support a great player when he's playing at his very best. It takes a true fan to support that same player during those rare moments and stretches when he's not. Babe Ruth went 0-4 some games, and sometimes Wayne Gretzky was held pointless. There may be such a thing as greatness, but no such thing as absolute perfection every single night.

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 03:32 PM

Good.

Six on one hand, half dozen on the other.

One thing that kind of pisses me off is when a player wants to sign with another team to ensure he'll get a championship ring.

If I had the chance to get my name (literally) etched into history I'd jump at it too. And so would you.
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Posted 11 January 2012 - 03:41 PM

Six on one hand, half dozen on the other.

Just personal preference on my part. Moose originally was supposed to get the start tonight, heading into this Western Canada road swing. The fact that he was called upon to come in and relieve Marty last night is not his fault.
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Posted 11 January 2012 - 03:48 PM

Yea, agreed. In the end it sounds like DeBoer just stuck with the original plan, which never hurts. Getting to see how Hedburg performs on back to back nights can't hurt, and neither goalie is squawking about it anyway.
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Posted 11 January 2012 - 05:09 PM

Good point, Tri.

One thing that kind of pisses me off is when a player wants to sign with another team to ensure he'll get a championship ring. He'd rather be a part of it rather than lead his own team. So you got a ring so what? It's like the Ray Bourque thing that's totally annoying. He couldn't help lead Boston to a cup so he signed with a powerful Avs team so he could just have a ring. Yeah he was a part of the cup win but he didn't have it in him to lead his team to the cup.
I wish Zach would be a Shane Doan type. He's been with the same club his career despite the Jets/Coyotes not winning anything.


well you cant compare with Bourque on this one... i WISH he'd do like Bourque did and sign to a big team at the end of his career... Theres still plennnnnnty of time for Zach to win a cup, if i'd be him i'd resign with the Devils and after a few years if he sees that its going nowhere then get trade somewhere... that way youre no letting your old team in the dark without nothing, if youre so loyal well let us have something in exchange at least if youre leaving
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