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wprager


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I said he is not going to continue being the highest scoring center on the team. Not sure what you disagree with.

Hoffman was not very good defensively but he was still a game-breaker, which Boedker is not. Hoffman got people in the seats (and out of them); no-one pays money to watch a defensively responsible forward. Also it's pretty much a forgone conclusion that Dorion took less to move him out West, and he lost big when Wilson moved him right back to the Atlantic.

As for Karlsson, of course it's a given that he wasn't going to sign here, so if you take that into account it's a win. But if you are trading a once-in-a-generation type player under 30 you are not winning anything.

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Nick Paul and Jaros returned to Belleville today. The Sens somehow don't play again until Saturday.....

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tim1_2 wrote:Nick Paul and Jaros returned to Belleville today.  The Sens somehow don't play again until Saturday.....

I’d be so discouraged if I was nick Paul.

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I have a man crush on tkachuk and want to say how wrong I was complaining about not getting zedina as I had no basis for saying anything.

This kid is what it's all about!

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Nick Paul's time has passed him by. He's a fringe NHLer, but at least can have a long career in the AHL.

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I think Paul and Jaros were sent Down to Belleville since they play their opener tomorrow and Ottawa doesn't play until saturday they had to activate McCormick to reach the 18 active players needed

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wprager wrote: I said he is not going to continue being the highest scoring center on the team. Not sure what you disagree with.

Hoffman was not very good defensively but he was still a game-breaker, which Boedker is not.  Hoffman got people in the seats (and out of them); no-one pays money to watch a defensively responsible forward.  Also it's pretty much a forgone conclusion that Dorion took less to move him out West, and he lost big when Wilson moved him right back to the Atlantic.

As for Karlsson, of course it's a given that he wasn't going to sign here, so if you take that into account it's a win.  But if you are trading a once-in-a-generation type  player under 30 you are not winning anything.

I am not disagreeing with you... On any of the above.


As for Nick Paul, he had his chances over the years. It goes to show how fine the line in between being an NHLer and an AHLer. It comes down to seizing opportunities. Lazar is another great example. He had his chances and he blew it.

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Tkachuk will miss a month. Torn ligament in his leg.


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Do this happen in an earlier game? I remember him going for a hit, and wincing when his leg hit the boards, then skater away not putting much weight on (I think) his right leg.


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It's a ligament in his ankle, from a hit he threw in the last game. No surgery needed.


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Wonder who they are going to call up there has been a decent number of injuries in Belleville too.
"Joining Brown on the disabled list are — take a deep breath — Jim O’Brien (broken leg, six months); Filip Chlapik (twisted ankle, day to day); Marcus Hogberg (unspecified, but returning “no time soon,” according to Mann); Ben Sexton (unspecified, two to three weeks); and Andrew Sturtz (lower body, three to four weeks). Aaron Luchuk, who had been with Brampton in the ECHL, is also out with a concussion" as per Ken Warren



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That sucks. 15 games or so I guess. Damn. Depending on our record that would dictate whether he stays up or goes down. If they somehow blow the next month, like worst team in the league type bad, then I guess send him down not to waste the year.

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Hockeyhero22000 wrote:Wonder who they are going to call up there has been a decent number of injuries in Belleville too.
As per Ken Warren

depends if Dzingel is back or not. If he is I don't think they'll call anyone else up expect Paul as insurance.

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God damn, why can't the Hockey Gods have just thrown us a bone and let us enjoy Tkachuk? Poor kid, that sucks.

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Ev is right Mendes just said that Dzingle and McCormick should be back for the Habs game

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Dzingel can slide into his spot or they move Boedker down. It obviously sucks but the team will need to move on without him.

I'm excited to see how Balcers and Batherson continute to play with both Brown and Chlapik injured.

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And 3-4 weeks ends up being around 12 games. Hurts his Calder chances for sure

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That's harsh. Man

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