dempsey_k wrote:From where, though? Not exactly growing off trees.
I agree. But that's what the lineup needs, IMO. At forward, anyway. Other than that, the forwards look pretty set, given they can sign people.
dempsey_k wrote:Hejda was responsible for Granlund's OT goal, and Brodziak's 3rd goal last night.
chewey wrote:So full of shit lol.
If you were a normal poster on HF, I'd believe what you are saying.
NHL33 wrote:He looked better than a 4th liner. You're always overly critical on rookies, at least the ones that require a bit of work to catch up a bit.
ABasin wrote:Yes, I acknowledge that, 33. I like to see them prove themselves for awhile before they're annointed as the next Sakic, etc.
I thought Hishon showed better stick handling and skating ability than 4th line guys, but not much else. Doesn't mean that this is where I think his upside is. And he got thrown into a really tough situation, re: his first rookie games.
NHL33 wrote:You're exaggerating again. Nobody is anointing him the next Sakic or Forsberg, I think most of us would be pretty happy if he could just stay on the ice.
NHL33 wrote:He was placed into a tough position as you conceded, was able to keep up (unlike *some* other players on the roster...), showed that he isn't quite there physically but also displayed the puck skills and skating ability that you'd want in a top-9 player.
Better than a 4th line role, adequate for a 3rd line position. Maybe in the future he'll show us why he was so highly touted and be good enough for a top-6 role. Who knows?
hek wrote:I will be a raging pessimist until the day I die.
Most likely alone and broke. Most likely suffering from some sort of disorder as well.
NHL33 wrote:It should be noted that the word 'faggot' here does not refer to homosexuals, but rather is an incendiary word used as a surrogate for 'assholes'. I hope that has been clarified sufficiently well. Otherwise it would be factually incorrect.
dempsey_k wrote:Wild have had 10 playoff home games since the old lockout. Avs will have had 15 by tomorrow. Avs will be a fierce competitor in the playoffs for years to come with these incredible players. MacKinnon and Duchene might be even better than Toews and Kane. I'm not shedding any tears for them if they lose tomorrow, they've had an amazing run.
Brain of J wrote:Hishon to center McGinn and Talbot tomorrow. Time to shine. Whatever keeps Cliche on the 4th line.
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