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Post #751 by Twitter bArt » Thu Jun 14, 2018 8:43 pm

Dog wrote:700 more names and we’re getting a strong maybe from Mac!

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I'll have to make up names
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It's too bad all the people that could really run the Habs are busy doing talk radio, writing blogs or posting on message boards.

Now, Lajoie is an imbecile, a cretin and a plagiarist, who to use author Dany Laferrière's deliciously withering expression, "lives beyond his intellectual means."

...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...

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Post #752 by Twitter bArt » Thu Jun 14, 2018 8:50 pm

Not wrote:I also put some weight on late birthdays. Zedina, Brady and Hughes are 99’s, and in Kots case, nearly a year older.



that's AD's s(c)hti(c)k
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OOOH yeah life goes on, long after the thrill of Vinny is gone



It's too bad all the people that could really run the Habs are busy doing talk radio, writing blogs or posting on message boards.



Now, Lajoie is an imbecile, a cretin and a plagiarist, who to use author Dany Laferrière's deliciously withering expression, "lives beyond his intellectual means."



...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



Haddock wrote:I wouldn't know anything about that. I gave my soul up when I swore allegiance to the goddamn queen.




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Post #753 by Twitter bArt » Thu Jun 14, 2018 8:59 pm

Jonny Tychonick had an excellent season for the Vees, producing 47 points in 48 games, including 38 assists. In the playoffs he had 17 points in 11 games, including 14 assists. Internationally, he had 2 points at the WJAC-19 and 2 assists in 5 games at the U18’s.

Tychonick is a dynamic offensive defenseman who plays with some bite. What separates him in this draft from some of the other smaller defenseman, is that he’s willing to play a physical brand of hockey. He’s a tenacious and active player in his own-end at times, generating hits and showing a willingness to pin his opponents along the boards while competing for the puck. Although overmatched physically on occasion and not always reading the play properly in his own-end, he makes up for his deficiencies with exceptional passing ability and impressive four-way mobility. His first-pass is one of the better passes in this class, it takes him very little time to identify his passing lane and read how much time he has to move the puck under pressure before losing his angle. If his passing options have been taken from him, he’s got impressive east-west movement, and a momentum shifting stride that allows him to generate a good amount of power.

He’s a kid who plays with a high-level of bravado, baiting his opponents at times to try and stop him from going end-to end. This type of confidence when combined with his impressive tools have allowed us to see some incredible individual efforts from him this past season. None more so, than when we watched him weave through an entire team, before using his soft-hands to deke out the netminder for one of the best goals we watched this season. Unfortunately, his confidence can come with a price as well, as he does have a tendency to over-handle the puck in the neutral zone and has been prone to unforced turnovers in some of the games we viewed him in.

Despite his confidence being a double-edged sword at times, it does still allow him to make some of the cleaner transitional zone entries and exits out of the group on the backend when he’s on top of his game. Once he’s established himself at the line, he’s shown advanced feinting mechanics, using his lateral mobility and shiftiness to readjust his lanes, before threading difficult passes with an impressive level of precision. Although an adept passer, he also has an effective shot from the point. This is due to his accuracy and placement more so than the velocity his shot generates. The majority of his wrist-shots and slapshots are aimed low, around the ankle area to increase the rate of deflections and rebounds.

One of the areas he needs to improve with his shot is when to time it through screens, he does have a tendency to shoot without traffic at times, which generates a harmless attempt that is easily handled by netminders. That being said, we have also seen him use it to create fake-shot set-ups so that he can further take-advantage of his excellent passing.

The biggest area of improvement for Tychonick in the offensive-zone, is in his pacing. Despite his offensive-gifts and ability to exploit defensive-units, he doesn’t control the tempo of a game at the rate he theoretically should considering his skills. This is due to rushing his options at times or trying to do too much, which stems back to our earlier point about his mentality when he’s on the ice.

Tychonick can leave you in awe with his transitional zone entries that are created through his quick hands and he can play a gritty game if he has to. So, despite his size, average defensive reads, and inability to dictate the rhythm of a game at a consistent rate, there’s still a lot of upside that can be untapped with the right development.
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OOOH yeah life goes on, long after the thrill of Vinny is gone



It's too bad all the people that could really run the Habs are busy doing talk radio, writing blogs or posting on message boards.



Now, Lajoie is an imbecile, a cretin and a plagiarist, who to use author Dany Laferrière's deliciously withering expression, "lives beyond his intellectual means."



...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



Haddock wrote:I wouldn't know anything about that. I gave my soul up when I swore allegiance to the goddamn queen.




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Post #754 by Slick Nick » Thu Jun 14, 2018 9:54 pm

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“Skilled 2nd line center and possibly even a number one center. He’s a smart player.” - NHL Scout, May 2018


You're not supposed to be drafting 2nd liners with a turd overall. From the videos I've watched, I just can't see him become a dominating center, he simply doesn't have the skill set. One thing that I like about him is the fact that he's one of the younger guys in the draft..
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Post #755 by Twitter bArt » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:05 pm

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Twitter bArt wrote:
“Skilled 2nd line center and possibly even a number one center. He’s a smart player.” - NHL Scout, May 2018


You're not supposed to be drafting 2nd liners with a turd overall. From the videos I've watched, I just can't see him become a dominating center, he simply doesn't have the skill set. One thing that I like about him is the fact that he's one of the younger guys in the draft..



every player after 1 and 2 has flaws
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OOOH yeah life goes on, long after the thrill of Vinny is gone



It's too bad all the people that could really run the Habs are busy doing talk radio, writing blogs or posting on message boards.



Now, Lajoie is an imbecile, a cretin and a plagiarist, who to use author Dany Laferrière's deliciously withering expression, "lives beyond his intellectual means."



...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



Haddock wrote:I wouldn't know anything about that. I gave my soul up when I swore allegiance to the goddamn queen.




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Post #756 by Macbeth » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:06 pm

TittiesNBeer wrote:Karlsson and marchassault both take an equal amount of faceoffs. Marchessault is the centre on the line.

Same way that auston matthews and william nylander shift faceoffs depending which side of the ice its on. Matthews plays centre and nylander on the wing.

As for the past, the game gets faster and more skilled every year. Timmins comments are the acknowledgement of that. But those who are dense are the ones who deny the changes. Just like the Republicans who deny climate change.

Marchessault did not seem to take a single FO in the playoves.
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Post #757 by Twitter bArt » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:11 pm

Slick Nick wrote:
Twitter bArt wrote:
“Skilled 2nd line center and possibly even a number one center. He’s a smart player.” - NHL Scout, May 2018


You're not supposed to be drafting 2nd liners with a turd overall. From the videos I've watched, I just can't see him become a dominating center, he simply doesn't have the skill set. One thing that I like about him is the fact that he's one of the younger guys in the draft..



also, maybe you have to find the videos the others have showing his skill set
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OOOH yeah life goes on, long after the thrill of Vinny is gone



It's too bad all the people that could really run the Habs are busy doing talk radio, writing blogs or posting on message boards.



Now, Lajoie is an imbecile, a cretin and a plagiarist, who to use author Dany Laferrière's deliciously withering expression, "lives beyond his intellectual means."



...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



Haddock wrote:I wouldn't know anything about that. I gave my soul up when I swore allegiance to the goddamn queen.




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Post #758 by Twitter bArt » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:15 pm

concerns about Filip Forsberg's lack of elite skills saw him drop in the rankings and draft

concerns about Aho saw him drop in the draft


these prospects all have blemishes, there are no Slick Nicks in the draft
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OOOH yeah life goes on, long after the thrill of Vinny is gone



It's too bad all the people that could really run the Habs are busy doing talk radio, writing blogs or posting on message boards.



Now, Lajoie is an imbecile, a cretin and a plagiarist, who to use author Dany Laferrière's deliciously withering expression, "lives beyond his intellectual means."



...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



Haddock wrote:I wouldn't know anything about that. I gave my soul up when I swore allegiance to the goddamn queen.




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Post #759 by Retardé S » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:22 pm

Twitter bArt wrote:
Slick Nick wrote:
Twitter bArt wrote:
“Skilled 2nd line center and possibly even a number one center. He’s a smart player.” - NHL Scout, May 2018


You're not supposed to be drafting 2nd liners with a turd overall. From the videos I've watched, I just can't see him become a dominating center, he simply doesn't have the skill set. One thing that I like about him is the fact that he's one of the younger guys in the draft..



every player after 1 and 2 has flaws

That's not a flaw though, it's a question of upside. Kokonoémie would be disappointing at #3. Rather pick Zadina or Hughes who both have specific elite skills in their make up.
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Post #760 by Twitter bArt » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:35 pm

Not choosing sides, but just for discussion purposes

he has high end playmaking skills
his skating is not poor

we can keep waiting for the perfect Center, but someday never comes

I'd be okay with any of the names we've discussed, after #1 and #2 , I don't think you are going to see bat flipping home runs, but you should get a strong player to build with

I am actually really intrigued to see what they do with the 4 2nd rounders
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OOOH yeah life goes on, long after the thrill of Vinny is gone



It's too bad all the people that could really run the Habs are busy doing talk radio, writing blogs or posting on message boards.



Now, Lajoie is an imbecile, a cretin and a plagiarist, who to use author Dany Laferrière's deliciously withering expression, "lives beyond his intellectual means."



...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



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Post #761 by AD » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:47 pm

Jasper Kostitsyn it is.

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Post #762 by TittiesNBeer » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:52 pm

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TittiesNBeer wrote:Karlsson and marchassault both take an equal amount of faceoffs. Marchessault is the centre on the line.

Same way that auston matthews and william nylander shift faceoffs depending which side of the ice its on. Matthews plays centre and nylander on the wing.

As for the past, the game gets faster and more skilled every year. Timmins comments are the acknowledgement of that. But those who are dense are the ones who deny the changes. Just like the Republicans who deny climate change.

Marchessault did not seem to take a single FO in the playoves.


He took 109 FOs in the playoves

He took 600+ in the regular season, Karlsson 800+
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Post #763 by TittiesNBeer » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:54 pm

Twitter bArt wrote:Not choosing sides, but just for discussion purposes

he has high end playmaking skills
his skating is not poor

we can keep waiting for the perfect Center, but someday never comes

I'd be okay with any of the names we've discussed, after #1 and #2 , I don't think you are going to see bat flipping home runs, but you should get a strong player to build with

I am actually really intrigued to see what they do with the 4 2nd rounders


Its not poor, but is average at best. I don't want average at 3rd overall in a league where speed is becoming more and more important.

Hughes skating is elite. Might be the best skater in the whole class.
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Post #764 by Not » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:56 pm

It’s not speed skating...Hughes is one of the smallest player in the draft
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Post #765 by Mufasa » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:57 pm

TittiesNBeer wrote:
Macbeth wrote:
TittiesNBeer wrote:Karlsson and marchassault both take an equal amount of faceoffs. Marchessault is the centre on the line.

Same way that auston matthews and william nylander shift faceoffs depending which side of the ice its on. Matthews plays centre and nylander on the wing.

As for the past, the game gets faster and more skilled every year. Timmins comments are the acknowledgement of that. But those who are dense are the ones who deny the changes. Just like the Republicans who deny climate change.

Marchessault did not seem to take a single FO in the playoves.


He took 109 FOs in the playoves

He took 600+ in the regular season, Karlsson 800+


How many did Karlsson take in the playoffs? (always wary of Baker manipulating numbers).
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Post #766 by TittiesNBeer » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:57 pm

Drafting by size brought us the likes of Jarred Tinordi and MIke McCarron
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Post #767 by TittiesNBeer » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:58 pm

Mufasa wrote:
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Macbeth wrote:Marchessault did not seem to take a single FO in the playoves.


He took 109 FOs in the playoves

He took 600+ in the regular season, Karlsson 800+


How many did Karlsson take in the playoffs? (always wary of Baker manipulating numbers).


about 300

Marchessault was running at like 35% on faceoffs in the playoffs, they took away some.
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Post #768 by TittiesNBeer » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:59 pm

If you watch the defensive and offensive zone work, its still Marchessault in the middle and Smith/Karlsson on the wings.
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Post #769 by Twitter bArt » Thu Jun 14, 2018 11:02 pm

TittiesNBeer wrote:Drafting by size brought us the likes of Jarred Tinordi and MIke McCarron



are you saying Kotkaniemi is in the same class skating wise?
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OOOH yeah life goes on, long after the thrill of Vinny is gone



It's too bad all the people that could really run the Habs are busy doing talk radio, writing blogs or posting on message boards.



Now, Lajoie is an imbecile, a cretin and a plagiarist, who to use author Dany Laferrière's deliciously withering expression, "lives beyond his intellectual means."



...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



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Post #770 by TittiesNBeer » Thu Jun 14, 2018 11:04 pm

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TittiesNBeer wrote:Drafting by size brought us the likes of Jarred Tinordi and MIke McCarron



are you saying Kotkaniemi is in the same class skating wise?


no, but we arent talking about a pick in the 20s either, like both of those were.

I am saying that out of the top 10 projected prospects, Kotkaniemi is the 2nd worst skater. He only beats tkachuk.
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Post #771 by Twitter bArt » Thu Jun 14, 2018 11:10 pm

TittiesNBeer wrote:
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TittiesNBeer wrote:Drafting by size brought us the likes of Jarred Tinordi and MIke McCarron



are you saying Kotkaniemi is in the same class skating wise?


no, but we arent talking about a pick in the 20s either, like both of those were.

I am saying that out of the top 10 projected prospects, Kotkaniemi is the 2nd worst skater. He only beats tkachuk.



Lots of great skaters that can't put the game together.

and 2nd worst skater in top 10 does not a bust make
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OOOH yeah life goes on, long after the thrill of Vinny is gone



It's too bad all the people that could really run the Habs are busy doing talk radio, writing blogs or posting on message boards.



Now, Lajoie is an imbecile, a cretin and a plagiarist, who to use author Dany Laferrière's deliciously withering expression, "lives beyond his intellectual means."



...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



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OOOH yeah life goes on, long after the thrill of Vinny is gone



It's too bad all the people that could really run the Habs are busy doing talk radio, writing blogs or posting on message boards.



Now, Lajoie is an imbecile, a cretin and a plagiarist, who to use author Dany Laferrière's deliciously withering expression, "lives beyond his intellectual means."



...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



Haddock wrote:I wouldn't know anything about that. I gave my soul up when I swore allegiance to the goddamn queen.




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Post #774 by Not » Thu Jun 14, 2018 11:33 pm

Twitter bArt wrote:
TittiesNBeer wrote:Drafting by size brought us the likes of Jarred Tinordi and MIke McCarron



are you saying Kotkaniemi is in the same class skating wise?


Like he knows the difference....

Kots dominated U18’s in April skills and production. Those two stiffs never dominated jack shit at the international level. Disingenous as usual.
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Post #775 by Not » Thu Jun 14, 2018 11:37 pm

Just as drafting for size alone is wrong - drafting solely on skating is wrong. Hughes is small, not physical and defensively game not developed. He might turn out to be a rally good player, but you don’t take players with risk at #3. If Kots is not the guy, and I haven’t seen enough to be convinced he’s a sure thing, then Brady or Zedina or Dobson are better suited for that pick.
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Post #776 by Slick Nick » Thu Jun 14, 2018 11:45 pm

Zadina will be just fine fellas.. stop believing the hockey nerds with their combine drama, he's an elite sniper and he'll have a great NHL career.
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Post #777 by Retardé S » Fri Jun 15, 2018 12:00 am

I will try to like Zin3din3 again, this current state of thinking is ruining my emotional stability.
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He's a beast.. head and shoulders above Koko.
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Post #779 by Twitter bArt » Fri Jun 15, 2018 6:42 am

Tkatchuk is the only real beast
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OOOH yeah life goes on, long after the thrill of Vinny is gone



It's too bad all the people that could really run the Habs are busy doing talk radio, writing blogs or posting on message boards.



Now, Lajoie is an imbecile, a cretin and a plagiarist, who to use author Dany Laferrière's deliciously withering expression, "lives beyond his intellectual means."



...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



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Post #780 by Twitter bArt » Fri Jun 15, 2018 7:57 am

During the weeks leading up to the NHL Entry Draft, we’re taking a look at players who might be selected by the Montreal Canadiens. The team has five selections in the first two rounds, including the No. 3 overall pick. Check back daily from Thursday to Monday up until the draft on June 22-23 in Dallas, and weigh in on their potential in the comments section below.

Matej Pekar, centre

Height/weight: 6-foot, 165 pounds

NHL Central Scouting Rank: No. 55 among North American skaters

What the scouts are saying: The Czech Republic native is part of a growing trend of European players heading to North America to play junior hockey. The Hockey News scouting report says Pekar has “the best motor in the USHL” and he had 14 goals and 54 points in 56 games as a rookie with the Muskegon Lumberjacks. He’s a two-way forward who works hard at both ends of the ice. He played on Muskegon’s top line and was also used on the power-play and penalty-killing units. While he is primarily a playmaker, he has a quick release on his shot and has the ability to create openings for himself. While he needs to add strength, he has shown a willingness to battle for loose pucks around the net. He’s strong along the boards and understands that part of a centre’s responsibility is to drop back to help the defencemen. He’s committed to the University of Nebraska-Omaha.

Why the Canadiens would be interested: While the Canadiens insist they draft the best player with only a passing nod to need, Pekar might be a player who falls into both categories. He’s a centre with decent size and he has the speed that the Canadiens feel is essential in today’s NHL. A few years of U.S. college hockey will allow him to add the strength he’ll need at the next level.

In good company: Pekar was selected as the rookie of the year in United States Hockey League and it marked the second consecutive year that the honour went to a player from Muskegon. The winner last year was Andrei Svechnikov, a Russian who went on to play for the Barrie Colts in the OHL. Most observers believe expect Svechnikov will be the overall No. 2 choice in this year’s draft behind Swedish defenceman Rasmus Dahlin.
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Post #781 by Mufasa » Fri Jun 15, 2018 8:11 am

I don't care about players scouting info, they are all the same astrology poutine. Drafting is a crapshoot, just Google their fucking names once they are drafted.
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Post #782 by Twitter bArt » Fri Jun 15, 2018 8:22 am

Mufasa wrote:I don't care about players scouting info, they are all the same astrology poutine. Drafting is a crapshoot, just Google their fucking names once they are drafted.


in the future I can see SIRI calling out the draft names
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Post #783 by Mufasa » Fri Jun 15, 2018 8:34 am

Twitter bArt wrote:
Mufasa wrote:I don't care about players scouting info, they are all the same astrology poutine. Drafting is a crapshoot, just Google their fucking names once they are drafted.


in the future I can see SIRI calling out the draft names


Siri who is this year's Seth Jones?
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Post #784 by Twitter bArt » Fri Jun 15, 2018 10:00 am

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Now, Lajoie is an imbecile, a cretin and a plagiarist, who to use author Dany Laferrière's deliciously withering expression, "lives beyond his intellectual means."



...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



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Post #785 by Twitter bArt » Fri Jun 15, 2018 10:38 am

oh, and it doesn't matter who we draft

mcphee is the only one of us that will be around to watch him win the habs 25th Stanley Cup
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Post #786 by Retardé S » Fri Jun 15, 2018 5:43 pm

Jack Drury vs Jay O'brien





























Or both?

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Post #787 by Twitter bArt » Fri Jun 15, 2018 6:09 pm

stop listening to McGuire
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...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



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Post #788 by Retardé S » Fri Jun 15, 2018 6:17 pm

Twitter bArt wrote:stop listening to McGuire


McGuire is pretty decent when you take it with a grain of salt. I really liked Drury when I saw his youtube shift videos, even moreso than O'brien who apparently the habs like.
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Post #789 by Twitter bArt » Fri Jun 15, 2018 6:38 pm

Drury... the next Chris Higgins
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...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



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Post #790 by Retardé S » Fri Jun 15, 2018 6:50 pm

Twitter bArt wrote:Drury... the next Chris Higgins


The next Chris Drury
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Post #791 by TittiesNBeer » Fri Jun 15, 2018 7:19 pm

I want O'Brien
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Post #792 by Twitter bArt » Fri Jun 15, 2018 8:37 pm

TittiesNBeer wrote:I want O'Brien



The next Duncan Milroy
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Post #793 by Retardé S » Fri Jun 15, 2018 8:59 pm

We need to talk more about the 2nd round, it's a given our first rounder will tragically bust
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alright Mac...got you up to 500

gotta be worth at least a facetime appearance

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1 Andrei Svechnikov RW Barrie OHL L 3/26/00 6’2 192
2 Rasmus Dahlin LHD Frolunda SHL L 4/13/00 6’3 185
3 Filip Zadina LW Halifax QMJHL L 11/27/99 6’0 197
4 Adam Boqvist RHD Brynas J20 Superelit R 8/15/00 6’0 165
5 Joel Farabee LW U.S. U18 NTDP L 2/25/00 6’0 162
6 Joe Veleno C Drummondville QMJHL L 1/13/00 6’1 194
7 Brady Tkachuk LW Boston Univ. HE L 9/16/99 6’3 192
8 Ty Smith LHD Spokane WHL L 3/24/00 5’11 176
9 Oliver Wahlstrom RW U.S. U18 NTDP R 6/13/00 6’1 208
10 Quinn Hughes LHD Michigan Big-10 L 10/14/99 5’9 168
11 Jesperi Kotkaniemi LW/C Assat Liiga L 7/6/00 6’2 182
12 Noah Dobson RHD Acadie-Bathurst QMJHL R 1/7/00 6’3 177
13 Rasmus Sandin LHD Sault Ste Marie OHL L 3/7/00 5’11 186
14 Barrett Hayton C Sault Ste Marie OHL L 6/9/00 6’1 190
15 Evan Bouchard RHD London OHL R 10/20/99 6’2 196
16 Bode Wilde RHD U.S. U18 NTDP R 1/24/00 6’3 198
17 Vitali Kravtsov RW Chelyabinsk KHL L 12/23/99 6’3 184
18 Rasmus Kupari C Karpat SM-Liiga R 3/15/00 6’2 189
19 Akil Thomas C Niagara OHL R 1/2/00 5’11 173
20 Ryan McLeod C Mississauga OHL L 9/21/99 6’2 190
21 Jacob Olofsson C Timra IK Allsvenskan L 2/8/00 6’2 193
22 David Gustafsson C HV71 J20 Superelit L 4/4/00 6’1 187
23 Grigori Denisenko LW Loko Yaroslavl MHL R 6/24/00 5’10 163
24 Isac Lundestrom LW/C Lulea SHL L 11/6/99 6’0 176
25 Blake McLaughlin LW Chicago USHL L 2/14/00 6’0 161
26 Dominik Bokk RW Vaxjo J20 Superelit R 2/3/00 6’1 171
27 Alexander Alexeeyev LHD Red Deer WHL L 11/15/99 6’3 200
28 Ivan Morozov C Mamonty Yugry MHL R 5/5/00 6’1 179
29 Jakub Lauko C Chomutov Extraliga L 3/28/00 6’1 172
30 Ty Dellandrea C Flint OHL R 7/21/00 6’1 181
31 Serron Noel RW Oshawa OHL R 8/8/00 6’3 192
32 K’andre Miller LHD U.S. U18 NTDP L 1/21/00 6’3 206
33 Benoit-Olivier Groulx C Halifax QMJHL L 2/6/00 6’1 192
34 Jared McIsaac LHD Halifax QMJHL L 3/27/00 6’1 195
35 Dmitry Zavgorodniy RW Rimouski QMJHL R 8/11/00 5’9 161
36 Filip Hallander C/W Timra IK Allsvenskan L 6/29/00 6’0 179
37 Jonathan Tychonick LHD Penticton BCHL L 3/3/00 6’0 170
38 Jesse Ylonen RW Espoo United Mestis R 10/3/99 6’0 159
39 Jack McBain C Jr. Canadiens OJHL L 1/6/00 6’3 201
40 Jakub Skarek G Dukla Jihlava Extraliga L 11/10/99 6’3 196
41 Jake Wise C U.S. U18 NTDP L 2/28/00 5’10 195
42 Mattias Samuelsson LHD U.S. U18 NTDP L 3/14/00 6’4 217
43 Milos Roman C Vancouver WHL L 11/6/99 6’0 194
44 Martin Kaut RW Pardubice Extraliga R 10/2/99 6’1 174
45 Allan McShane C Oshawa OHL L 2/14/00 5’11 185
46 Jonatan Berggren LW Skelleftea J20 Superelit L 7/16/00 5’8 170
47 Ryan Merkley RHD Guelph OHL R 8/14/00 5’11 165
48 Ivan Muranov LW HK MVD MHL L 10/6/99 6’3 190
49 Michal Kvasnica RW Trinec U20 ELJ L 4/17/00 6’2 187
50 Philip Kurashev C Quebec QMJHL L 10/12/99 6’0 187
51 Kevin Bahl LHD Ottawa OHL L 6/27/00 6’6 216
52 Nicolas Beaudin LHD Drummondville QMJHL L 10/7/99 5’11 171
53 Danila Galenyuk LHD SKA-1946 MHL L 2/11/00 6’1 200
54 Cole Fonstad RW Prince Albert WHL R 4/24/00 5’10 161
55 Jay O’Brien C Thayer HS-MA R 11/4/99 5’11 170
56 Adam Ginning LHD Linkoping J20 Superelit L 1/13/00 6’4 206
57 Gabriel Fortier C/W Baie-Comeau QMJHL L 2/6/00 5’10 170
58 Calen Addison RHD Lethbridge WHL R 4/11/00 5’11 178
59 Ondrej Buchtela RHD Chomutov Extraliga R 11/8/99 6’0 209
60 Jett Woo RHD Moose Jaw WHL R 7/27/00 6’0 201
61 Ryan Chyzowski C Medicine Hat WHL L 5/14/00 6’1 190
62 Curtis Douglas C Windsor OHL L 3/6/00 6’9 245
63 Ruslan Iskhakov C/W Krasnaya Armiya MHL L 7/22/00 5’8 152
64 Nils Lundkvist RHD Lulea SHL R 7/27/00 5’11 174
65 Oskar Back C Farjestad J20 Superelit L 3/12/00 6’3 204
66 Blade Jenkins LW Saginaw OHL L 8/11/00 6’1 201
67 Jonathan Gruden LW U.S. U18 NTDP L 5/4/00 5’11 172
68 Sampo Ranta LW Sioux City USHL L 5/31/00 6’2 199
69 Jan Jenik LW Liberec U20 ELJ L 9/15/00 6’1 165
70 Alexander Zhabreyev C/W Dynamo SPB MHL L 3/24/00 5’7 152
71 Matej Svoboda RW Kometa Brno U20 ELJ R 7/12/00 6’0 181
72 Aidan Dudas C Owen Sound OHL R 6/15/00 6’0 164
73 Martin Fehérváry LHD Oskarshamm Allsvenskan L 10/6/99 6’2 190
74 Niklas Nordgren RW HIFK Liiga R 5/5/00 5’9 165
75 Filip Johansson RHD Leksands J20 Superelit R 3/23/00 6’1 176
76 Xavier Bouchard RHD Baie-Comeau QMJHL R 2/28/00 6’4 190
77 Toni Utunen LHD Tappara SM-Liiga L 4/27/00 5’11 172
78 Nando Eggenberger LW Davos NLA L 10/7/99 6’2 185
79 Kirill Marchenko RW Mamonty Yugry MHL R 7/21/00 6’3 168
80 Olivier Rodrigue G Drummondville QMJHL L 7/6/00 6’1 156
81 Karel Plasek LW Kometa Brno U20 ELJ L 7/28/00 5’11 164
82 Cam Hillis C Guelph OHL R 6/24/00 6’0 170
83 Gavin Hain C U.S. U18 NTDP L 4/3/00 5’11 193
84 Jacob Bernard-Docker RHD Okotoks AJHL R 6/30/00 6’0 187
85 Liam Foudy C London OHL L 2/4/00 6’0 175
86 Anderson MacDonald LW Moncton QMJHL L 5/16/00 6’2 205
87 Jake Pivonka C U.S. U18 NTDP L 2/28/00 6’0 201
88 Santeri Salmela LHD KooKoo U20 Jr A SM-Liiga L 6/10/00 6’1 192
89 Kristian Kovacik C/W Dukla Trencin U20 Slovakia JRS L 6/20/00 5’11 183
90 Riley Sutter C Everett WHL R 10/25/99 6’3 201
91 Ty Emberson RHD U.S. U18 NTDP R 5/24/00 6’1 200
92 Arttu Nevasaari RW Karpat U20 Jr A SM-Liiga R 1/23/00 5’11 179
93 Matthew Struthers C Owen Sound OHL L 12/26/99 6’2 194
94 Tyler Madden C Central Illinois USHL R 11/9/99 5’11 150
95 Luke Loheit RW Minnetonka HS-MN R 7/26/00 6’1 185
96 Adam Gajarsky C Kometa Brno U20 ELJ R 3/14/00 5’10 174
97 Alexander Khovanov C Moncton QMJHL L 4/12/00 5’11 198
98 Giovanni Vallati LHD Kitchener OHL L 2/21/00 6’2 185
99 Matej Pekar C/LW Muskegon USHL L 2/10/00 6’0 170
100 Jack Drury C Waterloo USHL L 2/3/00 5’11 179
101 Demid Mansurov C Belye Medvedi MHL R 8/9/00 6’3 183
102 Xavier Bernard LHD Drummondville QMJHL L 1/6/00 6’3 203
103 Kevin Mandolese G Cape Breton QMJHL L 8/22/00 6’4 177
104 Angus Crookshank C Langley BCHL L 10/2/99 5’11 181
105 Vojtech Doktor RHD Budejovice U20 ELJ R 3/28/00 6’0 172
106 Jacob Ragnarsson LHD Altmtuna Allsvenskan L 9/23/99 6’0 176
107 Jeremi Gerber RW Bern U20 Elite Jr. A L 3/1/00 6’1 185
108 Gustav Lindberg LW Vasteras J20 Superelit L 12/14/99 5’10 172
109 William Moskal C London OHL R 3/22/00 6’0 176
110 Mathias-Emilio Pettersen C Muskegon USHL L 4/3/00 5’10 170
111 Vladislav Kotkov LW/RW Chicoutimi QMJHL R 1/8/00 6’5 202
112 Mikhail Bitsadzhe C HK MVD MHL L 11/18/99 5’10 165
113 Kody Clark RW Ottawa OHL R 10/13/99 6’1 180
114 Danil Zhuravlyov LHD Irbis Kazan MHL L 4/8/00 6’0 163
115 Curtis Hall C Youngstown USHL R 4/26/00 6’3 200
116 Ryan O’Reilly C Madison USHL R 3/21/00 6’0 183
117 Kyle Topping C Kelowna WHL L 11/18/99 5’11 185
118 Michael Callahan LHD Central Illinois USHL L 9/23/99 6’2 191
119 Krystof Hrabik C/LW Liberec U20 ELJ L 9/24/99 6’3 209
120 Nikita Rtishchev RW Krasnaya Armiya MHL L 5/23/00 6’1 192
121 Jachym Kondelik C/W Muskegon USHL L 12/21/99 6’6 212
122 Axel Andersson RHD Djugardens J20 Superelit R 2/10/00 6’0 174
123 Libor Zábranský RHD Kelowna WHL R 5/26/00 6’1 181
124 Eric Florchuk C Saskatoon WHL L 1/10/00 6’2 173
125 Damir Bilyalov LW Krasnaya Armiya MHL L 2/16/00 5’9 172
126 Alexander Romanov LHD Krasnaya Armiya MHL L 1/6/00 5’11 183
127 Nathan Dunkley C London OHL L 3/5/00 5’11 188
128 Brendan Budy C/W Langley BCHL L 6/6/00 5’11 180
129 Lukas Wernblom C/W MoDo Allsvenskan L 7/22/00 5’9 154
130 Jacob Ingham G Mississauga OHL L 6/10/00 6’4 191
131 Spencer Stastney LHD U.S. U18 NTDP L 1/4/00 5’10 179
132 Yegor Stepanov C Belye Medvedi MHL L 2/3/00 5’9 166
133 Adam Samuelsson LHD U.S. U18 NTDP L 6/21/00 6’5 240
134 Liam Kirk LW/RW Sheffield Great Britain L 1/3/00 6’0 160
135 Alexander Steeves C Dubuque USHL L 12/10/99 6’0 185
136 Alec Regula RHD London OHL R 8/6/00 6’4 204
137 Riley Stotts C Calgary WHL L 1/5/00 6’0 171
138 Oliver Okuliar LW Slovakia U20 Slovak Extraliga L 5/24/00 6’1 170
139 Lenni Killinen RW Blues U20 Jr-A SM-Liiga L 6/15/00 6’0 170
140 Samuel Fagemo LW Frolunda J20 Superelit L 3/14/00 6’0 190
141 Nikita Rozhkov C/LW Stalnye Lisy MHL L 2/18/00 5’11 168
142 Filip Kral LHD Spokane WHL L 10/20/99 5’11 163
143 Akira Schmid G Langnau Elite Jr. A L 5/12/00 6’3 165
144 Amir Miftakhov G Irbis Kazan MHL L 4/26/00 5’11 154
145 Nico Gross LHD Oshawa OHL L 1/26/00 6’1 183
146 Carl Wassenius C AIK J20 Superelit L 10/6/99 6’2 201
147 Christian Krygier LHD Lincoln USHL L 5/5/00 6’2 187
148 Anton Malyshev RHD Loko Yaroslavl MHL R 2/27/00 6’0 181
149 Stanislav Demin LHD Wenatchee BCHL L 4/4/00 6’1 188
150 Marcus Westfalt LW/C Brynas J20 Superelit L 3/12/00 6’3 190
151 Merrick Rippon LHD Ottawa OHL L 4/27/00 6’1 191
152 Nikita Zorkin LHD Mamonty Yugry MHL L 6/13/00 6’1 192
153 Chase Wouters C Saskatoon WHL R 2/8/00 6’0 176
154 Georgii Dedov LHD Syracuse Jr Stars NCDC L 10/1/99 6’3 190
155 Justus Annunen G Karpat U20 Jr A SM-Liiga L 3/11/00 6’3 201
156 Justin Bergeron LHD Rouyn-Noranda QMJHL L 9/14/00 5’10 161
157 Albin Eriksson RW Skelleftea SHL R 7/20/00 6’4 205
158 Yegor Sokolov LW Cape Breton QMJHL R 6/7/00 6’3 233
159 Tyler Weiss C/W U.S. U18 NTDP L 1/3/00 5’11 158
160 Griffin Ness C Wayzata HS-MN R 12/10/99 5’11 179
161 David Tendeck G Vancouver WHL L 11/25/99 6’2 173
162 Eli Zummack C Spokane WHL R 3/22/00 5’9 175
163 Lukas Dostal G Kometa Brno U20 ELJ L 6/22/00 6’1 163
164 Chase Hartje LHD Brandon WHL L 12/17/99 5’11 185
165 Juuso Ketola RHD Assat U20 Jr A SM-Liiga R 3/18/00 6’0 193
166 Patrick Giles C U.S. U18 NTDP R 1/3/00 6’4 205
167 Leonid Klimov C Almaz Cherepovets MHL L 10/4/99 6’3 187
168 Matthew Grouchy RW Quebec QMJHL L 11/19/99 6’1 189
169 Nikita Solopanov LHD Krasnaya Armiya MHL L 4/21/00 6’0 176
170 Jack Perbix RW Elk River HS-MN R 9/13/00 6’1 181
171 Nikolai Kovalenko RW Loko Yaroslavl MHL L 10/17/99 5’10 174
172 Paul Cotter C Lincoln USHL L 2/3/00 6’0 190
173 Alex Gritz C/LW Erie OHL L 9/15/00 6’0 175
174 Eetu Pakkila RW Karpat U20 Jr A SM-Liiga L 10/3/99 6’0 168
175 Austin Chorney RHD Salmon Arm BCHL R 3/23/00 6’1 212
176 Mason Snell LHD Wellington OJHL L 6/18/00 6’0 183
177 Jordan Harris LHD Kimball Union HS-MA L 7/7/00 5’11 174
178 Jan Kalus RW Frydek-Mistek WSM-Liga R 12/14/99 6’0 187
179 Jesper Eliasson G Troja-Ljungby J20 Superelit L 3/21/00 6’3 209
180 Jack Randl RW Omaha USHL L 5/7/00 5’11 179
181 Riley Damiani C Kitchener OHL R 3/20/00 5’10 165
182 Miska Kukkonen RHD Ilves U20 Jr-A SM-Liiga R 6/19/00 6’0 183
183 Bryan Lockner RW Medicine Hat WHL R 4/4/00 6’1 209
184 Sean Comrie RHD Spruce Grove AJHL R 1/30/00 6’0 173
185 Caleb Everett RHD Saginaw OHL R 1/20/00 6’2 185
186 Kristian Tanus C Tappara U20 Jr A SM-Liiga L 8/17/00 5’6 159
187 Jakob Heljemo C Frolunda J20 Superelit L 9/21/99 5’10 163
188 Wyatte Wylie RHD Everett WHL R 11/2/99 6’1 190
189 Matej Blumel C Waterloo USHL L 5/31/00 5’11 179
190 Damien Giroux C Saginaw OHL L 3/3/00 5’10 175
191 Martin Pospisil RW Sioux City USHL L 11/19/99 6’2 181
192 Pavel Gogolev RW Peterborough OHL L 2/19/00 6’0 168
193 Vojtech Dobias RW Zlin U20 ELJ L 7/18/00 6’2 201
194 German Grachyov LW Almaz Cherepovets MHL R 12/28/99 5’9 163
195 Bogdan Zhilyakov LHD Dynamo SPB MHL L 4/6/00 6’0 181
196 Austin Wong C/W Okotoks AJHL R 8/26/00 5’11 189
197 David Lilja C/LW Karlskoga Allsvenskan L 1/23/00 5’11 168
198 Dmitri Semykin LHD SKA-1946 MHL L 2/24/00 6’3 200
199 Kalle Nurmi G Lukko U20 Jr-A SM-Liiga L 2/4/00 6’2 185
200 Alexis Gravel G Halifax QMJHL R 3/21/00 6’3 220
201 Sergei Sapego LHD Prince Albert WHL L 10/8/99 6’2 172
202 Noah Prokop C Green Bay USHL R 1/15/00 6’0 183
203 Brady Hinz C Peterborough OHL R 5/3/00 5’8 147
204 Dominik Arnost C Sparta Praha U20 ELJ L 4/11/00 5’9 134
205 Maxim Sorkin C/RW Krasnaya Armiya MHL L 4/19/00 6’0 187
206 Marc Del Gaizo LHD Muskegon USHL L 10/11/99 5’10 185
207 Ilijah Colina C/RW Prince George WHL R 2/18/00 5’9 170
208 Ben Almquist LW Holy Family HS-MN L 10/1/99 5’11 170
209 Semyon Kizimov RW Ladia Togliatti MHL R 1/19/00 6’0 176
210 Bulat Shafigullin LW Reaktor MHL L 12/29/99 6’1 163
211 Riley McCourt LHD Flint OHL L 6/26/00 5’11 180
212 Dmitri Deryabin LHD Belarus U20 Belarus L 10/20/99 6’2 191
213 Kirill Nizhnikov RW Sudbury OHL L 3/29/00 6’1 190
214 Ivan Drozdov LW Yunost Misnk Belarus L 11/15/99 6’0 174
215 Mathias Laferriere C Cape Breton QMJHL R 6/27/00 6’1 175
216 Peter DiLiberatore LHD Salisbury HS-CT L 3/31/00 5’11 154
217 Benjamin Tardif LW Sherbrooke QMJHL L 1/24/00 5’10 185
218 Adam Pauliny C Martin U20 Slovak Jrs R 4/2/00 5’10 172
219 Andrew Coxhead C Quebec QMJHL R 4/11/00 6’4 193
220 Matthew MacDougall C/LW Windsor OHL R 1/23/00 5’9 171
221 Jakub Adamek LHD Trinec U20 ELJ L 4/13/00 6’6 201
222 Ben Helgeson C/W Hill-Murray HS-MN L 7/26/00 6’1 190
223 Semyon Der-Arguchintsev C Peterborough OHL R 9/15/00 5’11 168
224 Brad Ginnell LW/C Kootenay WHL L 7/4/00 6’1 171
225 Bryce Brodzinski RW Blaine HS-MN R 8/9/00 6’1 190
226 Johan Sodergran C/W Linkoping J20 Superelit L 11/20/99 6’2 201
227 Jackson Leppard LW Prince George WHL L 1/18/00 6’2 194
228 Tyler Tucker LHD Barrie OHL L 3/1/00 6’1 205
229 Calen Kiefiuk LW Central Illinois USHL L 2/28/00 5’8 176
230 Colin Schmidt C/R Wayzata HS-MN R 1/6/00 6’4 225
231 Olof Lindbom G Djugardens J20 Superelit L 7/23/00 6’2 185
232 Max Ellis RW Youngstown USHL R 1/18/00 5’9 150
233 Pavel Rotenberg RW Dynamo SPB MHL L 2/20/00 5’11 176
234 Ryan Roth RW Sault Ste Marie OHL R 7/20/00 5’9 163
235 Brodi Stuart LW Kamloops WHL L 3/10/00 5’10 170
236 Daniel Dvorak G Kravlove U20 ELJ L 1/9/00 6’3 163
237 Keegan Karki G Muskegon USHL L 2/25/00 6’4 218
238 Connor Caponi RW Culver HS-IN R 3/20/00 5’8 171
239 Carter Robertson LHD Ottawa OHL L 1/15/00 6’2 170
240 Jeremy Davidson RW Central Illinois USHL R 2/26/00 5’11 165
241 Daniel Kowalczyk LHD Brno U20 ELJ L 6/23/00 6’3 218
242 Grigori Gryaznov LHD Serebryanye Lvy MHL L 8/17/00 6’1 179
243 Jesse Moilanen C/RW Jokerit U20 Jr A SM-Liiga L 3/22/00 5’9 175
244 Lev Komissarov C Krasnaya Armiya MHL L 2/8/00 5’11 170
245 Max Grondin C Saginaw OHL L 7/4/00 6’3 210
246 Jett Alexander G North York OJHL L 11/8/99 6’4 181
247 Connor Corcoran RHD Windsor OHL R 8/7/00 6’2 185
248 Dmitri Silantyev C/LW Atlanty MHL L 7/31/00 5’8 172
249 Artyom Borshov LHD N. Cyclones NCDC L 8/22/00 6’3 190
250 Mitchell Hoelscher C Ottawa OHL L 1/27/00 5’11 157
251 Samuel Ersson G Brynas J20 Superelit L 10/20/99 6’2 188
252 Demetrios Koumontzis C Green Bay USHL L 3/24/00 5’10 183
253 Dawson Barteaux RHD Red Deer WHL L 1/12/00 6’1 176
254 Maxim Golod LW Erie OHL L 8/18/00 5’10 160
255 Michael Gaspar LHD Kralove U20 ELJ L 10/31/99 5’10 172
256 Mark Katsevich C HC MVD MHL L 9/4/00 5’10 165
257 Carl Jakobsson LW Farjestad J20 Superelit L 7/13/00 6’1 163
258 Justin MacPherson LHD Niagara OHL L 6/23/00 6’1 171
259 Janis Moser LHD Biel U20 Elite Jr. A L 6/6/00 5’11 143
260 Connor Roberts C Flint OHL R 2/22/00 6’4 215
261 Roman Pucek LW Vsetin WSM-Liga L 4/13/00 6’2 167
262 Declan Carlile LHD Wellington OJHL L 5/18/00 6’2 190
263 Ville Petman LW Lukko U20 Jr A SM-Liiga L 1/18/00 5’10 181
264 Patrik Siikanen LW Blues U20 Jr A SM-Liiga L 4/16/00 6’1 198
265 Trevor Peca C/RW Buffalo Jr. Sabres OJHL R 4/15/00 6’1 169
266 Otto Kivenmaki C Assat U20 Jr A SM-Liiga L 3/24/00 5’8 137
267 Luka Burzan C Brandon WHL L 1/7/00 6’0 185
268 Elias Laitamaki LHD Vaasan U20 Jr-A SM-Liiga L 8/21/00 6’1 202
269 Jacob Herauf LHD Red Deer WHL L 5/16/00 6’0 190
270 Evgeny Kalabushkin LHD SKA-1946 MHL L 11/25/99 6’0 185
271 Vladislav Mikhalchuk RW Prince George WHL R 10/16/99 6’2 172
272 Alexis Girard LHD Saint John QMJHL L 12/22/99 6’4 197
273 Carter Randkleb C Moorhead HS-MN L 11/5/99 5’7 150
274 Christian Felton RHD Kimball Union HS-NH R 2/4/00 6’0 188
275 Jonathan Granstrom RHD Visby/Roma Sweden Div.1 R 5/8/00 5’11 178
276 Powell Connor RHD Chilliwack BCHL R 5/4/00 6’1 179
277 Eetu Maki RW Vaasan Sport U20 Jr A SM-Liiga R 2/9/00 5’9 170
278 Michal Ivan LHD Zvolen Slovak Extraliga L 11/18/99 6’1 179
279 Cedric Desruisseaux C/LW Drummondville QMJHL L 3/3/00 5’8 152
280 Ryan Savage RW Fargo USHL R 3/31/00 5’11 187
281 Jacob Semik LHD Dubuque USHL L 3/10/00 5’11 171
282 Duncan McGovern G Kootenay WHL L 6/7/00 6’2 185
283 Alexander DiPaolo LW Salisbury HS-CT L 4/28/00 6’0 176
284 Owen Lalonde RHD Guelph OHL R 2/1/00 6’1 176
285 Jake Kucharski G Des Moines USHL L 9/25/99 6’4 205
286 Nick Donofrio G Hamilton OHL L 11/19/99 6’4 204
287 Fredrik Granberg LHD Skelleftea J20 Superelit L 5/1/00 6’2 198
288 Danila Dyadenkin C Loko Yaroslavl MHL R 3/16/00 6’0 159
289 Wyatt Schlacht C/LW St. Sebastian’s HS-MA L 6/4/00 6’0 176
290 Jacques Bouquot C Salisbury Prep HS-CT L 2/10/00 6’2 170
291 Jan Sir C/LW Liberec U20 ELJ L 1/26/00 6’2 176
292 Ben Sanderson LW Okotoks AJHL L 7/5/00 6’0 181
293 Jere Huhtamaa G Blues U20 Jr A SM-Liiga L 4/10/00 6’2 192
294 Daniel Svoboda G Budejovice U20 ELJ L 2/19/00 6’0 172
295 Joel Hofer G Swift Current WHL L 7/30/00 6’3 157
296 Zachary Bouthillier G Chicoutimi QMJHL L 11/8/99 6’0 154
297 Tristan Côté-Cazenave G Victoriaville QMJHL L 10/12/99 6’1 188
298 Yegor Postnov LW Stupino Kapitan MHL L 4/19/00 6’0 160
299 Declan Chisolm LHD Peterborough OHL L 1/12/00 6’1 174
300 Oskar Autio G Chicago USHL L 10/6/99 6’0 184
301 Yanick Stampfli LHD Zug U20 Elite Jr. A L 3/23/00 6’2 170
302 Andrej Kukuca RW Trencin U20 Slovakia JRS R 11/14/99 6’2 165
303 Kevin Wall LW/RW Salisbury HS-CT R 2/1/00 6’0 176
304 Colton Kalezic C Toronto Patriots OJHL R 7/21/00 6’2 176
305 Adam Backehag LHD Leksand J20 Superelit L 3/7/00 5’11 172
306 Matthew Thiessen G Steinbach MJHL L 6/9/00 6’2 190
307 D.J. King LHD U.S. U18 NTDP L 8/7/00 6’3 217
308 Barret Kirwin C Guelph OHL L 2/18/00 5’8 189
309 Beat Trudel G Rapperswil NLB L 11/16/99 6’3 198
310 Linus Nässén LW Frolunda J20 Superelit L 5/17/00 5’11 179
311 Jack Jensen LW Eden Prairie HS-MN L 8/31/00 5’11 170
312 Ilya Badanin RW Omskie Yastreby MHL L 3/22/00 6’1 178
313 Justin Schutz C/LW Red Bull Academy Czech U18 L 6/24/00 5’11 176
314 Yuri Platanov LW Stalnye Lisy MHL L 5/15/00 5’10 165
315 Martin Bucko RHD Pardubice U20 ELJ R 5/13/00 6’0 176
316 Peter Stratis RHD Ottawa OHL R 1/18/00 6’0 183
317 Sandro Schmid C Malmo J20 Superelit L 6/3/00 5’10 157
318 Tristen Nielsen LW/C Calgary WHL L 2/23/00 5’9 179
319 Hunter Holmes C Flint OHL L 1/25/00 6’1 181
320 Braden Costello C/LW Des Moines USHL L 4/21/00 6’2 201
321 Ilya Kruglov RW JHC Dynamo MHL L 2/28/00 6’0 161
322 Elijah Brown C Medicine Hat WHL L 1/5/00 5’9 168
323 Jesse Tanner RW Geneve-Servette U20 Elite Jr. A R 2/19/00 5’10 154
324 McKade Webster RW/C Green Bay USHL R 7/28/00 5’9 152
325 Mitchell Prowse LHD Victoria WHL L 6/8/00 6’2 190
326 Pyotr Yasinsky LHD Belye Medvedi MHL L 7/22/00 5’11 170
327 Gian-Marco Wetter C/RW Davos NLA L 5/8/00 5’7 159
328 Gillian Kohler RW Kootenay WHL L 5/27/00 5’11 161
329 Ilya Volkov LHD HC MVD MHL L 3/28/00 5’11 161
330 Roman Badanin LW Omskie Yastreby MHL L 3/21/00 5’10 165
331 Aleksi Halme LW TuTo Mestis L 11/13/99 6’0 194
332 Teddy Wooding C Rivers HS-MA R 12/30/99 5’11 164
333 Filip Hasa LHD Frolunda J20 Superelit L 5/11/00 5’9 165
334 Stephane Charlin G Geneve-Servette U20 Elite Jr. A L 8/30/00 6’3 183
335 Devlin McCabe C Madison USHL R 6/13/00 5’11 181
336 Joseph Berger LHD Frolunda J20 Superelit L 12/13/99 6’1 185
337 David Levin LW Sudbury OHL L 9/16/99 5’10 172
338 Alexis Arsenault LHD Rouyn-Noranda QMJHL L 5/17/00 5’11 175
339 Axel Rindell RHD HIFK U20 Jr A SM-Liiga R 4/23/00 5’11 174
340 Radim Toman RW Litomerice WSM-Liga L 10/6/99 5’11 190
341 Sebastian Cederle LW Skalica U20 Slovakia JRS L 2/21/00 6’1 190
342 Shawn Element RW Baie-Comeau QMJHL L 4/23/00 6’0 182
343 Mathieu Vouillamoz LW Servette U20 Elite Jr. A L 4/3/00 6’0 183
344 Montana Onyebuchi RHD Everett WHL R 3/8/00 6’3 210
345 Kaid Oliver C/LW Victoria WHL L 1/24/00 6’0 190
346 Jake Goldowski RW Saginaw OHL R 5/7/00 6’3 190
347 Jaxon Nelson C Sioux Falls USHL R 3/30/00 6’4 207
348 Dylan Pena Triana RW Bern U20 Elite Jr. A L 5/1/00 5’9 165
349 Simon Appelquist LW Brynas J20 J18 Elit R 4/27/00 6’0 172
350 Robert Dzugan RW Dukla Trencin U20 Slovakia JRS L 3/25/00 6’0 170
351 Sondre Bolling-Vaaler LHD Valerenga U20 Norway U20 L 2/9/00 6’0 168
352 Matthew Kessel RHD Fargo USHL R 6/23/00 6’2 192
353 Vili Laitinen RHD Blues U20 Jr A SM-Liiga R 12/18/99 5’9 170
354 Adam Evanoff G Moose Jaw WHL L 8/16/00 6’0 194
355 Adam Liska LW Kitchener OHL L 10/14/99 6’0 181
356 Samuel Houde C Chicoutimi QMJHL L 3/8/00 6’0 162
357 Maxwell Crozier RHD Nanaimo BCHL R 4/19/00 6’2 190
358 Max Paddock G Regina WHL L 6/15/00 6’2 150
359 Justin Ducharme C/RW Acadie-Bathurst QMJHL L 2/22/00 6’0 179
360 Olivier Crete-Belzile LW Sherbrooke QMJHL L 9/2/00 6’2 196
361 Ethan Manderville C Ottawa CCHL R 7/1/00 6’4 198
362 Martin Fasko-Rudas LW Everett WHL R 8/10/00 6’0 183
363 Michael Farren RW Saskatoon WHL R 4/19/00 5’11 167
364 Riese Gaber RW/C Steinbach MJHL R 10/10/99 5’7 145
365 Jeremy Groleau LHD Chicoutimi QMJHL L 10/25/99 6’2 183
366 Christian Lindberg LHD Oskarshamn Allsvenskan L 8/31/00 6’1 161
367 Jan Matiasek RW Plzen U20 ELJ R 1/5/00 5’10 160
368 Dario Wuthrich RHD Zug Academy NLB R 9/26/99 6’2 198
369 Aidan McDonough LW Thayer HS-MA L 11/6/99 5’11 170
370 Vojtech Kropacek C/LW Sparta Praha U20 ELJ L 5/22/00 6’2 187
371 Tyler Jubenvill LHD Cedar Rapids USHL L 11/30/99 5’11 181
372 Boris Cesanek LHD Poprad Slovak Extraliga L 7/9/00 6’1 192
373 Colin Ugbekile LHD Des Moines USHL L 9/24/99 6’1 198
374 Kristian Kolar G Plzen U20 ELJ L 6/30/00 6’0 181
375 Justin Blanchette G Baie-Comeau QMJHL L 7/13/00 6’1 196
376 Taro Jentzsch LW Red Bull Academy Czech U18 R 6/11/00 6’1 168
377 Joonas Oden RW KooKoo U20 Jr. A SM-Liiga R 2/17/00 6’0 165
378 Zachary Emond G Rouyn-Noranda QMJHL L 6/20/00 6’3 165
379 Philippe Lapointe RW Lincoln USHL R 2/29/00 5’11 198
380 Filip Bernath LHD Karlovy Vary U20 ELJ L 3/12/00 5’10 160
381 Axel Bergqvist LHD Leksand J20 Superelit L 6/1/00 5’9 190
382 František Klejna RHD Karlovy Vary U20 ELJ R 1/1/00 5’9 172
383 Liam Kindree RW Kelowna WHL L 1/2/00 5’10 174
384 Otakar Sik LW Karlovy Vary WSM-Liga L 4/4/00 5’11 165
385 Chris Douglas RW Red Deer WHL R 7/6/00 6’1 171
386 Marcel Dlugos LHD Zilina U20 Slovakia L 5/10/00 6’4 205
387 Erik Middendorf LW U.S. U18 NTDP L 7/11/00 6’1 190
388 Tyler Popowich C Vancouver WHL L 4/29/00 6’4 201
389 Denis Miller RW Spartak MHL R 9/21/99 5’11 176
390 Timur Akhiyarov LHD Tolpar MHL L 9/19/99 5’10 194
391 Jere Jokinen RW Hameenlinna U20 Jr A SM-Liiga R 4/9/00 6’2 170
392 Matthew Pasquale G Central Catholic HS-MA L 1/1/00 6’0 154
393 Dennis Busby RHD Flint OHL R 1/6/00 5’11 177
394 Luke Henman C Blainville-Boisbriand QMJHL L 4/29/00 6’0 148
395 Milad Tomi RW Stupino Kapitan MHL L 4/17/00 6’0 181
396 Oskari Lammi LHD Ilves U20 Jr A SM-Liiga L 11/11/99 6’1 163
397 Brett Kemp C Edmonton WHL R 3/23/00 6’0 162
398 Mason Mannek C Portland WHL R 4/10/00 5’8 154
399 Benjamim Baumgartner C Davos U20 Elite Jr. A L 4/22/00 5’9 163
400 Michael Kesselring RHD Des Moines USHL R 1/13/00 6’4 185
401 Luke LaMaster RHD Duluth East HS-MN R 10/17/99 6’1 201
402 Jackson Shepard LW Kamloops WHL L 2/28/00 5’8 172
403 Zach Stejskal G Central Illinois USHL L 12/20/99 6’4 217
404 Tim Berni LHD GCK Lions U20 Swiss Jr. A L 2/11/00 5’11 176
405 Gleb Babintsev RHD Peterborough OHL R 1/8/00 6’0 197
406 Alexander Peresunko RW Junior Bruins NCDC R 2/8/00 5’11 175
407 Ben Kraws G Sioux City USHL L 8/2/00 6’2 153
408 Alex Plamondon C Shawinigan QMJHL L 10/14/99 6’0 170
409 Adam McCormick LHD Cape Breton QMJHL L 6/25/00 5’11 181
410 Ty Kolle C Portland WHL L 4/11/00 5’9 181
411 Donovan Buskey G Spokane WHL L 1/29/00 6’1 175
412 Peetro Seppala LHD KooKoo U20 Jr. A SM-Liiga L 8/17/00 6’1 178
413 Erik Betzold RW Kolner U19 DNL R 1/18/00 5’11 161
414 Mitchell Doyle RHD Pickering OJHL R 5/4/00 6’0 168
415 Thomas Ethier LW Blainville-Boisbriand QMJHL L 10/12/99 6’4 210
416 Bradley Johnson RW/C Niagara OHL R 12/24/99 5’11 179
417 Keenan Taphorn RW Kootenay WHL R 1/3/00 6’1 165
418 Nikita Tomilov C Chaika MHL L 11/25/99 5’11 187
419 Yegor Zudilov LW Lethbridge WHL L 9/10/00 6’2 191
420 Justin Nachbaur LW Prince Albert WHL L 4/3/00 6’2 205
421 Dakota Lund-Cornish G Charlottetown QMJHL L 5/9/00 6’2 191
422 Samuel Salonen RW Sioux City USHL L 3/22/00 6’3 198
423 Bastian Eckl C/RW Drummondville QMJHL L 8/27/00 6’2 176
424 Christoffer Bjork C Lulea J20 Superelit L 10/16/99 5’11 176
425 Vít Seemann LHD Chomutov U20 ELJ L 6/6/00 6’2 181
426 Carson Focht C Calgary WHL L 2/4/00 6’0 180
427 Jakub Nespala RW Poprad U20 Slovakia JRS L 5/18/00 5’9 159
428 Jackson Doherty LW Owen Sound OHL L 8/22/00 5’10 159
429 Yegor Zamula LHD Regina WHL L 3/20/00 6’3 170
430 Aidan Fulp RHD Dubuque USHL R 2/29/00 6’3 207
431 Liam Gorman C St. Sebastian’s HS-MA L 5/8/00 6’3 195
432 Lasse Holm Mortensen RHD Rodovre Metal Ligaen R 7/30/00 6’4 187
433 Richard Whittaker C/W London OHL L 4/8/00 5’11 176
434 Chris Playfair C Windsor OHL L 5/31/00 6’1 165
435 Oliver True RW Ottawa OHL R 5/4/00 6’3 190
436 Zdenek Sedlak RW Karpat U20 Jr A SM-Liiga R 3/23/00 6’2 203
437 Jake Griciius C/LW Portland WHL L 10/13/99 6’3 183
438 Dustyn McFaul LHD Pickering OJHL L 8/4/00 6’2 190
439 Teemu Loizeau LW Lukko Rauma U20 Jr-A SM-Liiga L 10/19/99 6’3 192
440 Adam Robbins C Chicago USHL R 4/12/00 5’8 161
441 Mikhail Shestopalov LW Gatineau QMJHL L 1/25/00 6’0 177
442 Cade Robinson RW Owen Sound OHL R 10/22/99 6’1 198
443 Kirill Goloshchapov LHD Krasnaya Armiya MHL L 6/1/00 6’2 198
444 Jack Duff LHD Erie OHL L 1/23/00 6’2 200
445 Travis Mitchell LHD Omaha USHL L 11/25/99 6’1 163
446 Daniil Isayev G Loko Yaroslavl MHL L 1/7/00 6’0 190
447 Ilya Kazyanin RW Belarus U20 Belarus R 7/25/00 6’1 186
448 Logan Cash LW/C Kimball Union HS-NH L 3/1/00 6’2 180
449 Michael Little LW Mississauga OHL L 2/21/00 6’0 190
450 Adan Klapka RW Slavia Paha U20 ELJ R 9/14/00 6’7 236
451 Adam McMaster C North Bay OHL L 2/24/00 5’10 171
452 Alex Kannok Leipert RHD Vancouver WHL R 7/20/00 5’11 192
453 Davyd Barandun LHD Davos NLA L 1/2/00 5’11 181
454 Alexander Schemel C/RW Yunior Minsky Belarus R 11/23/99 5’10 146
455 Connor Hopkins G Belmont Hill HS-MA L 3/9/00 6’0 201
456 Kaleb Bulych RHD Vancouver WHL R 1/25/00 6’1 165
457 Cole Reinhardt LW Brandon WHL L 2/1/00 6’0 203
458 Brandon Tabakin LHD Sioux Falls USHL L 5/21/00 5’8 161
459 Daylon Groulx C Owen Sound OHL R 7/7/00 5’10 170
460 Phillip Schultz C Rodovre Metal Ligaen L 7/24/00 5’11 170
461 Daniil Kiselyov LHD Belye Medvedi MHL L 10/2/99 6’2 190
462 Pekka Suhonen C Kalpa U20 Jr A SM-Liiga L 6/28/00 6’0 179
463 Alexei Sergeyev LW Snezhnye Barsy MHL L 5/22/00 5’8 185
464 Jack Stetz RW Moorhead HS-MN R 9/29/99 6’2 185
465 Maxim Tsybin LW Lada Togliatti MHL R 1/21/00 5’11 187
466 Riley Hughes RW St. Sebastian’s HS-MA R 6/27/00 6’1 150
467 Lane Gilliss LW Portland WHL L 10/1/99 6’1 183
468 Jack DeBoer C U.S. U18 NTDP R 8/17/00 6’2 188
469 Tyler Watkins C/RW Hermantown HS-MN R 12/19/99 5’8 181
470 Mathieu Desgagnes C/W Chicoutimi QMJHL L 4/13/00 5’8 157
471 Jordon Halverson LHD Janesville NAHL L 4/10/00 6’2 191
472 Cole Krygier LHD Lincoln USHL L 5/5/00 6’2 189
473 Olivier Bourret LW Cape Breton QMJHL L 1/18/00 6’2 190
474 Hunter Donahoe LHD Red Deer WHL L 7/7/00 6’4 181
475 Anton Sundin LHD Frolunda J20 Superelit L 10/27/99 6’1 176
476 Ian Mageau RW Duluth East HS-MN R 4/26/00 6’2 209
477 Thomas Maia C/RW Oakville OJHL L 7/6/00 5’9 150
478 Eric Guest C Kitchener OHL L 4/4/00 5’9 161
479 Jordan Kooy G London OHL L 4/30/00 6’2 189
480 Michael Ferrandino RHD Waterloo USHL R 3/17/00 5’10 170
481 Rail Sharipov C/LW Sputnik MHL L 8/17/00 6’2 191
482 Nikita Zimin LHD Atlanty MHL L 8/9/00 5’11 181
483 Georgi Dubrovsky G Tolpar MHL L 3/21/00 6’2 166
484 Spencer Moe RW Prince Albert WHL R 1/7/00 5’8 177
485 Zack Malik LHD Sudbury OHL L 8/3/00 6’2 161
486 Ryan Ullan G Bismarck NAHL L 7/29/00 6’1 187
487 Ian Walker RHD Everett WHL L 1/16/00 6’2 170
488 Pontus Englund LHD Timra J20 Superelit L 7/15/00 6’3 207
489 Drew Elser LW Central Illinois USHL L 1/4/00 5’11 176
490 Sergei Popov C London OHL L 3/27/00 5’11 175
491 Jami Hanninen RHD Jokerit U20 Jr A SM-Liiga R 8/2/00 6’3 181
492 Jon Mor G U.S. U18 NTDP L 7/20/00 6’2 193
493 Jan Zemba LW Liberec U20 ELJ L 7/4/00 6’2 183
494 Josh Prokop C Vernon BCHL R 1/30/00 5’10 170
495 Hunter Carrick LHD Omaha USHL L 8/3/00 6’1 183
496 Parker Ford C Sioux City USHL R 7/20/00 5’9 168
497 William Ennis LHD Oshawa OHL L 5/31/00 6’3 206
498 Olivier Mathieu LW Quebec QMJHL L 2/25/00 5’9 156
499 Samuel Kemppainen LHD Karpat U20 Jr A SM-Liiga L 6/28/00 5’10 168
500 Jace Foskey RHD Tri-City USHL R 6/1/00 6’1 174
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OOOH yeah life goes on, long after the thrill of Vinny is gone



It's too bad all the people that could really run the Habs are busy doing talk radio, writing blogs or posting on message boards.



Now, Lajoie is an imbecile, a cretin and a plagiarist, who to use author Dany Laferrière's deliciously withering expression, "lives beyond his intellectual means."



...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



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Re: Seth Jones - The Quest for Assets Continues

Post #795 by AD » Sat Jun 16, 2018 8:13 am

List has Dahlin 2nd. It doddennet count.
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Re: Seth Jones - The Quest for Assets Continues

Post #796 by TittiesNBeer » Sat Jun 16, 2018 9:10 am

Take Quinn Hughes this year. Take Jack Hughes in 2019.
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Re: Seth Jones - The Quest for Assets Continues

Post #797 by Mufasa » Sat Jun 16, 2018 9:12 am

Quinton Hughes is 5'2 and 30 years old.
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Re: Seth Jones - The Quest for Assets Continues

Post #798 by Twitter bArt » Sat Jun 16, 2018 2:28 pm

Take Tkachuk, Wahlstrom or Hobson

load up on centers in the early 2nd round
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OOOH yeah life goes on, long after the thrill of Vinny is gone



It's too bad all the people that could really run the Habs are busy doing talk radio, writing blogs or posting on message boards.



Now, Lajoie is an imbecile, a cretin and a plagiarist, who to use author Dany Laferrière's deliciously withering expression, "lives beyond his intellectual means."



...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...



Haddock wrote:I wouldn't know anything about that. I gave my soul up when I swore allegiance to the goddamn queen.




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I'm all about the Ketchup draft now, I'm jumping on the attitude character train. I believe in the plan.
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Re: Seth Jones - The Quest for Assets Continues

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Mufasa wrote:I'm all about the Ketchup draft now, I'm jumping on the attitude character train. I believe in the plan.


I love organic ketchup

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