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Post #1 by Zorbane » Tue Mar 05, 2013 3:40 pm

Cody Hodgson Pt 2?
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Post #2 by Killface » Tue Mar 05, 2013 3:41 pm

Zorbane wrote:Cody Hodgson Pt 2?


Probably worse. Hodgson at least hid his cancerous attitude better.
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Post #3 by aptar » Tue Mar 05, 2013 4:05 pm

Hopefully Kesler can take him under his wing.
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Post #4 by Cao » Tue Mar 05, 2013 4:28 pm

What i recall reading is that AIK wanted to trade Jensen to another team but the Canucks refused. So then they gave him almost no minutes for like two months.

Either that or he called out some team mates for playing like shit. That's captain material right there. Didn't landeskog do that once??
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Post #5 by Killface » Tue Mar 05, 2013 4:35 pm

He was also recovering from a shoulder injury and AIK was playing well without him. Still don't like the rumors from two different teams in consecutive years.
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Post #6 by Tripwyre » Tue Mar 05, 2013 7:20 pm

My impression from his second year with Oshawa was that he was simply bored with the level of play in the league -- that it was no longer challenging. His stats don't really reflect that so much as just a lack of effort compared to the year previous.

But yeah, the reason he was jerked around by AIK this year was solely out of spite to the Canucks, who refused to allow them to trade him to another club at the deadline. That's the company line anyway. I suppose it begs the question, why did they want to trade him so badly they would react petulantly when they couldn't?
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Post #7 by Zorbane » Fri Mar 08, 2013 6:56 pm

Jensen officially with the Wolves
http://canucks.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=659232
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Post #8 by aptar » Fri Mar 08, 2013 7:13 pm

I prefer the version on their official letterhead.

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Post #9 by Vector » Sat Mar 09, 2013 3:48 am

I hope we actually can develop him into a top-6 forward and it's done quickly. Took Kesler, Burrows, and the Sedins a long time to figure it out.
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Post #10 by Killface » Fri Mar 15, 2013 6:48 pm

We signed Ludwid Blomstrand.

http://www.aftonbladet.se/sportbladet/hockey/internationellt/nhl/article16422346.ab

In case you can't read that:

- He's flying to Vancouver tomorrow.
- Hoping to play in the AHL this spring (seems likely).
- Signed the contract yesterday.
- Doesn't know his salary or the contract details.

Here's some highlights from his most recent season in the SEL-2.
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Post #11 by Ernie » Fri Mar 15, 2013 7:31 pm

Elite Prospects has him listed at 6'2, 218lbs. Another big winger.
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Post #12 by Zorbane » Fri Mar 15, 2013 7:52 pm

Ok lets see if he sucks unlike all the other prospects
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Post #13 by Cao » Fri Mar 15, 2013 8:23 pm

He signed the contract but doesn't know the salary or contract details?
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Post #14 by King Ryan » Fri Mar 15, 2013 9:08 pm

- Signed the contract yesterday.
- Doesn't know his salary or the contract details.


Great, another bonehead player.
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Post #15 by aptar » Fri Mar 15, 2013 10:24 pm

That's how badly players want to play in the city voted most liveable in the world.
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Post #16 by Zorbane » Sat Mar 16, 2013 4:29 pm

Ladies and gentlemen, the Canucks new third line centre

http://canucks.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=660544
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Post #17 by rod stewart » Sat Mar 16, 2013 4:36 pm

Bob McKenzie ‏ wrote:VAN signs college UFA Kellan Lain from Lake Superior State. 6-foot-6 centre from Oakville, Ont.

an earlier mckenzie tweet,
Bob McKenzie @TSNBobMcKenzie wrote:The Oakville, Ont., native is getting a lot of interest from Western Conference teams, including ANA, DET, PHX and VAN, amongst others.

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Elliotte Friedman ‏ wrote:New VAN signee Lain will begin pro career in AHL.

News1130 Sports ‏ wrote:Lake Superior coach Jim Roque tells CKWX that he projects Lain to be a 3rd or 4th line checking center in the NHL.

Lain is an older than usual Junior, a 23 year old who turns 24 in July. His main asset is his physical game, at 6′6′’ 222 not only is he tall and strong but tough as well. He’s a big center who can win battles and make opposing defensemen aware of his presence on the ice. He also skates at a decent level for a man his size. Lain doesn’t have a whole lot of offensive upside, notching 39 points over 108 NCAA games, but he does have some defensive value and I think he can stay at center at the pro level. He actually led Lake Superior in face off % this season, winning 56% of his 571 draws. That’s not a great sample, but it is nevertheless intriguing.

http://www.hockeyprospectus.com/unfiltered/?p=339
What He Does: The junior boasts great size, standing at 6-foot-6, 221 pounds, but plays a solid all-around game. Lain has solid stick skills and is responsible defensively, making him a more well-rounded player than the purely physical role that many players his size take on – not that Lain shies away from physical play.
http://insidecollegehockey.com/inch/2012/08/21/az_lain/

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Post #18 by rod stewart » Sat Mar 16, 2013 4:38 pm

111 PIM in 32 games

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Post #19 by Cao » Sat Mar 16, 2013 5:10 pm

Sounds a lot like Stefan Schneider, whose contract is up this season if I'm not mistaken. Canucks are probably looking for a homegrown fourth line centre.
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Post #20 by Killface » Sat Mar 16, 2013 5:19 pm

Don't know anything about him, but old prospects who can't score don't excite me.
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Post #21 by Ernie » Sat Mar 16, 2013 5:24 pm

How long is the contract for? He's pretty old so I believe his ELC will be shorter than 3 years. Low risk move if so.
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Post #22 by Killface » Sun Mar 17, 2013 12:24 pm

One year I think, because he will be 24 as of Sept. 15th.

http://www.capgeek.com/faq/how-do-entry-level-contracts-work.php
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Post #23 by rod stewart » Mon Mar 18, 2013 9:43 pm

@TheSportMarket wrote:Still lots of moving parts b4 March 23rd timeline but watch for Calgary Flames to take on Utica for their AHL affiliation while...(Cont'd)

...St. Louis Blues to affiliate with Chicago Wolves and @VanCanucks to buy Peoria to move to Abbotsford. #ahlcarousel @TEAM1040
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Post #24 by SbisaSoSassy » Mon Mar 18, 2013 9:54 pm

Why don't they just buy Abbotsford?
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Post #25 by Cao » Mon Mar 18, 2013 9:55 pm

sweet. i still wont drive from vancouver to abbotsford to watch the games.
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Post #26 by King Ryan » Mon Mar 18, 2013 9:59 pm

Um I thought abbotsford had a team.
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Post #27 by Cao » Mon Mar 18, 2013 10:09 pm

King Ryan wrote:Um I thought abbotsford had a team.


The current iteration will either fold or move to Utica (likely the latter, since the Flames always move their AHL affiliate around different cities), while the Canucks will buy Peoria (history, logo, everything) and move it to Abbotsford.
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Post #28 by Ernie » Mon Mar 18, 2013 11:30 pm

Abbottsford Rivermen has a nice sound to it.
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Post #29 by rod stewart » Mon Mar 18, 2013 11:40 pm

how about kitts/west van millionaires by way of abbottsford
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Post #30 by Vector » Tue Mar 19, 2013 12:34 am

Ernie wrote:Abbottsford Rivermen has a nice sound to it.


Makes sense to with the Fraser river being a "prominent" part of the "city".
SopelFan wrote:This is up there on his on his list of 40 injuries with the snake bite and the busted nut.
In reference to Salo hurting himself playing whiffleball.
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Post #31 by aptar » Wed Mar 27, 2013 11:53 pm

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Post #32 by Ernie » Sat Jun 15, 2013 11:33 am

Nucks Misconduct is such a terrible site
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Post #33 by Killface » Sat Jun 15, 2013 2:40 pm

Eriksson posted some awesome numbers his past two seasons in the SEL. Rumor is Holmgren fucked up and didn't mean to let him go unsigned.
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Post #34 by Cao » Tue Jun 25, 2013 4:22 am

Hahaha holy shit. The 2010 draft rankings for the Canucks were 'leaked'. http://canucksarmy.com/2013/6/24/did-the-canucks-post-their-2010-draft-board

1. Hall, Taylor
2. Seguin, Tyler
3. Burmistrov, Alex
4. Gormley, Brandon
5. Campbell, Jack
6. Tarasenko, Vladimir
7. Gudbranson, Erik
8. Skinner, Jeff
9. Fowler, Cam
10. Forbort, Derek
11. Johansen, Ryan
12. Connelly, Brett
13. McIlrath, Dylan
14. Visentin, Mark
15. Granlund, Mikael
16. Kuznetsov, Evgeny
17. Neiderreiter, Nino
18. Tinordi, Jarred
19. Bennett, Beau
20. Sheahan, Riley
21. Bjugstad, Nick
22. Merrill, Jon
23. Melchiori, Julian
24. Corbiel-Therault, Mathieu
25. Hishon, Joey
26. McNally, Patrick
27. Straka, Petr
28. Jarnkrok, Calle
29. Gailev, Stanislav
30. Lindberg, Oscar
31. Polasek, Adam
32. Kabanov, Kirill
33. Ross, Brad
34. Rensfeldt, Ludvig
35. Hayes, Kevin
36. Dominque, Louis
37. Petterson-Wentzel
38. Shwartz, Jaden
39. Knight, Jared
40. McFarland, John
41. Faulk, Justin
42. Zucker, Jason
43. Larsson, Johan
44. Watson, Austin
45. Toffoli, Tyler
46. Etem, Emerson
47. Pitlick, Tyler
48. Pickard, Calvin
49. Johns, Stephen
50. Pysyk, Mark
51. Marincin, Martin
52. Culek, Jakub
53. Howden, Quinton
54. Hamilton, Curtis
55. Friesen, Alex
56. Spooner, Ryan
57. Gudas, Radko
58. Mrazek, Petr
59. Holl, Justin
60. Pulkkinen, Teemu
61. Wannstrom, Sebastion
62. Bocharov, Stanislav
63. Nelson, Brock
64. Alt, Mark
65. Martindale, Ryan
66. McNeill, Reid
67. Aubry, Louis
68. Leach, Joey
69. MacMillan, Mark
70. Petrovic, Alex
71. Simpson, Kent
72. Brittain, Sam
73. Cehlin, Patrick
74. Gustafsson, Johan
75. Iilahti, Jonathan
76. Brodin, Daniel
77. Nemeth, Patrik
78. Coyle, Charlie
79. McCormick, Max
80. Kitsyn, Maxim
81. Donskoi, Joonas
82. Wind, Cameron
83. Smith Pelley, Devante
84. Tommernes, Henrik in 2011
85. Hannay, Sawyer
86. Zahn, Teigan
87. MacKenzie, Matt
88. Weal, Jordan
89. Chudinov, Maxim
90. Houser, Michael
91. Wedgewood, Scott
92. Sundher, Kevin
93. Beukeboom, Brock
94. O'Donnell, Brendan
95. Herbert, Caleb
96. Archibald, Brandon
97. Chaput, Michael
98. Salmivirta, Mikael
99. Hjalmarsson, Simon
100. Marchenko, Alexei
101. Brickley, Connor
102. Clark, Jason
103. Henley, Cedrick
104. Gauthier Leduc, Jerome
105. Gardiner, Max
106. Schemitsch, Geoffrey
107. Smith, Dalton
108. Yogan, Andrew
109. Barbeshev, Sergei
110. Hakanpaa, Jani
111. Aittokallio, Sami
112. Stahl, Tyler
113. Kantor, Michael
114. Marshall, Ben
115. Abeltshauser, Konrad
116. Shipley, Steven
117. Kuhnhackl, Tom
118. Bulmer, Brett
119. Grubauer, Phillip
120. Arnold, Bill


what a fucking garbage list. our scouts are retarded. i'm pretty sure we would be better off taking the highest ranked player by central scouting.

mcnally at 26 had an awesome potential of being the next patrick white pick.
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Post #35 by Cao » Tue Jun 25, 2013 4:31 am

someone in the comments section posted the top QMJHL kids they ranked

4. Gormley, Brandon (went 13th) 24. Corbeil, Mathieu (102nd) 27. Straka, Petr (55th) 29. Galiev, Stanislav (86th) 31. Polasek, Adam (145th, to us) 32. Kabanov, Kirill (65th) 36. Domingue, Louis (138th)


LOL all around. ridiculous that those players are ranked there.
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Post #36 by Vector » Tue Jun 25, 2013 7:21 am

Cao wrote:

LOL all around. ridiculous that those players are ranked there.


Gormley dropped and was expected to be a top-10 pick so it's not strange that they had him that high. Kabanov dropped as well due to concerns over his attitude and whether he would stay or return to Russia. Other guys, yeah those are bad rankings. Gormley and Kabanov are justified.
SopelFan wrote:This is up there on his on his list of 40 injuries with the snake bite and the busted nut.
In reference to Salo hurting himself playing whiffleball.
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Post #37 by Dim Jim » Tue Jun 25, 2013 11:25 am

I'm consistently blown away by the fact that picking the consensus best player available by aggregating draft rankings would have better returns than just about any Canuck draft ever.
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Post #38 by Cao » Tue Jun 25, 2013 11:52 am

Vector wrote:Gormley dropped and was expected to be a top-10 pick so it's not strange that they had him that high. Kabanov dropped as well due to concerns over his attitude and whether he would stay or return to Russia. Other guys, yeah those are bad rankings. Gormley and Kabanov are justified.


Yes, I should've said "except for Gormley" because he was ranked in the top 5. Though I do wonder if there's something odd with so many teams passing on him and the Canucks having him ranked that high. In hindsight, taking him at 4 seems like it would be a mistake given the level of talent like Skinner and Granlund still available. I suppose Kabanov is ok where he is too.

But that's 7 players from the Q and only one of the looks good right now. Given the garbage picks they've made out of that region, I think it's safe to say that someone should be fired.
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Post #39 by Vector » Tue Jun 25, 2013 11:57 am

Cao wrote:Yes, I should've said "except for Gormley" because he was ranked in the top 5. Though I do wonder if there's something odd with so many teams passing on him and the Canucks having him ranked that high. In hindsight, taking him at 4 seems like it would be a mistake given the level of talent like Skinner and Granlund still available. I suppose Kabanov is ok where he is too.

But that's 7 players from the Q and only one of the looks good right now. Given the garbage picks they've made out of that region, I think it's safe to say that someone should be fired.


I'd like to see almost a complete reboot of the scouts. It's absolutely pathetic how poorly the team has done. The Canucks have a lot of talent that came through their system on the current team but the well seems to be drying up very quickly.
SopelFan wrote:This is up there on his on his list of 40 injuries with the snake bite and the busted nut.
In reference to Salo hurting himself playing whiffleball.
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Post #40 by Cao » Tue Jun 25, 2013 1:03 pm

Vector wrote:I'd like to see almost a complete reboot of the scouts. It's absolutely pathetic how poorly the team has done. The Canucks have a lot of talent that came through their system on the current team but the well seems to be drying up very quickly.


There was a quote on Canucks Army from Gilman:

"It is extremely important to be as detailed as possible when we build a list of as many as 200 players. People would be surprised at the amount of detail and time and sweat and blood and tears goes into deciding whether a guy should be placed at number 68 or at 67. You have scouts from our Quebec region arguing with scouts from the Western region, arguing with the guys from Ontario and Europe as to why a player should be placed above a player in another region."


I think the biggest problem is an overvaluation of prospects from Quebec. I pretty much have seen very little from the listed 7, so assuming that they are good junior players, the problem is the fact that we're putting the QMJHL on equal levels with the OHL and WHL. I'm sure that isn't the case. A scout sees what he sees within the region, but he's obviously never going to make a comparison with another area. I think emphasis needs to be put on the OHL especially, and our scouts from that region are quite good anyway. In fact, I'd be happy if we only drafted from the OHL, WHL, NCAA, and Scandinavia. The level of prospects coming out of the QMJHL just isn't that good, and the poor experience the Canucks have had should steer them away.
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Post #41 by Ernie » Tue Jun 25, 2013 1:32 pm

Vector wrote:I'd like to see almost a complete reboot of the scouts. It's absolutely pathetic how poorly the team has done. The Canucks have a lot of talent that came through their system on the current team but the well seems to be drying up very quickly.


Yup, pretty much the biggest failing of Gillis as GM. Like, how can there even be a debate between the eastern scouts and the western scouts? Just look at the records.
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Post #42 by King Ryan » Tue Jun 25, 2013 2:14 pm

I would genuinely like to see them fire the entire department, conduct the draft based on public lists, and spend the money elsewhere.
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Post #43 by Killface » Tue Jun 25, 2013 2:40 pm

Cao wrote:There was a quote on Canucks Army from Gilman:





Funny quote considering we picked Hannay over Tommernes.
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Post #44 by Tripwyre » Tue Jun 25, 2013 2:56 pm

Our Ontario scout is doing a good job. He can stay. Same with Gradin. Everyone else must go.
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Post #45 by Zorbane » Tue Jun 25, 2013 2:57 pm

College scout has been good
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Post #46 by King Ryan » Tue Jun 25, 2013 2:59 pm

Does gradins shit still work? Who was his last coup?
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Post #47 by Zorbane » Tue Jun 25, 2013 3:09 pm

King Ryan wrote:Does gradins shit still work? Who was his last coup?


Scandinavian draft picks and their stats this season

2012
None

2011
4th round - Ludwig Blomstrand - 8gp 1g 1a 2p Wolves (late season addition) - http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=143116
6th round - Pathrik Westerholm - 52gp 8g 18a 26p HockeyAllsvenskan (basically AHL of Sweden) - http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=128531

2010
6th Round - Jonathan Iilahti - No clue

2009
2nd round - Anton Rodin - 48gp 4g 10a 14p Wolves - Ran home to Sweden after - http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=120281
5th round - Peter Andersson - 42gp 1g 7a 8p Wolves - http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=120953

There's been some free agent pickups such as Eddie Lack as well

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