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Post #1 by Roger Sterling » Thu Apr 11, 2013 1:17 am

Nice to see Maatta & Harrington moving on in the playoffs. Likely their last year there. Well, Olli should probably return. I'll need to buy the subscription to see that series, Marcantuoni (future 4th liner of Penisburgh!) and then those 2 defensive stalwarts.
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Post #2 by CharlieGirl » Thu Apr 11, 2013 7:38 am

Roger Sterling wrote:Nice to see Maatta & Harrington moving on in the playoffs. Likely their last year there. Well, Olli should probably return. I'll need to buy the subscription to see that series, Marcantuoni (future 4th liner of Penisburgh!) and then those 2 defensive stalwarts.


Series isn't over yet, douchebag.
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Post #3 by CharlieGirl » Thu Apr 11, 2013 12:28 pm

Game 2 and 4, either team could have taken (and the tying goal was the result of a disgusting display of incompetent officiating). Game 1, London was all over Kitchener in the first period, then Kitchener played as well or better than London the rest of the game. The only blowout was game 3, and that was all Kitchener.

Could Kitchener come back? Yes. Will they? I'd like to believe so, but I wouldn't be wagering real money on it.
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Post #4 by Roger Sterling » Thu Apr 11, 2013 3:22 pm

CharlieGirl wrote:Series isn't over yet, douchebag.


Ok, douche, relax.

It's a 3-1 series. Unless London completely shits the bed, it's likely wrapped up tomorrow.

I'm ok either way, I want to see Matia come up big and have it really affect his game (highly unlikely) but with Harrington and Maatta on London, I'll be pulling for them. I don't dislike the Rangers or Knights, or any OHL team. If you are asking me if I hate any teams in the WHL, I'll give you a nice list, but the OHL and QMJHL I rarely watch so it's just spot checking with buying the random game (very random). But yeah, a 3-1 series, the Knights would have to fuck that up big time for Rangers to be back in it.
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Post #5 by CharlieGirl » Thu Apr 11, 2013 4:44 pm

FYI - tomorrow night's game is on SportsnetONE, if you have access to it.

I'm just thankful the game is in London. a) I don't have to listen to their announcers and b) I don't have to sit through a Sportsnet game in Kitchener.
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Post #6 by Roger Sterling » Thu Apr 11, 2013 6:08 pm

CharlieGirl wrote:FYI - tomorrow night's game is on SportsnetONE, if you have access to it.

I'm just thankful the game is in London. a) I don't have to listen to their announcers and b) I don't have to sit through a Sportsnet game in Kitchener.


I do have that, I'll be tuning into that game. I'll be watching unbiased towards either team though. For me it's just to keep an eye on 3 players.
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Post #7 by Roger Sterling » Fri Apr 12, 2013 1:01 am

Oh c'mon, Peter Loub can't be that bad.
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Post #8 by Cao » Fri Apr 12, 2013 1:31 am

how is corrado playing?
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Post #9 by CharlieGirl » Fri Apr 12, 2013 10:20 am

Semak wrote:And thank god it's not Loubardias anymore. That guy sucks.


Voice is annoying as hell, but he knows his stuff and is passionate about junior hockey. I'll take that over some of the other talking heads.

Cao wrote:how is corrado playing?


Very well defensively and scored a goal the other night. He's so calm with the puck. McEneny has also played well and jumped into the play in the offensive zone more than usual.
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Post #10 by Cao » Fri Apr 12, 2013 11:07 pm

CharlieGirl wrote:Very well defensively and scored a goal the other night. He's so calm with the puck. McEneny has also played well and jumped into the play in the offensive zone more than usual.


Excellent. I'm pretty excited to see him play pro. I always forgot about McEneny given that we signed instead of drafted him, but at least he's doing well at the junior level.
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Post #11 by CharlieGirl » Fri Apr 12, 2013 11:56 pm

Go Whalers.

And when it comes to the Memorial Cup, Go Mooseheads!
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Post #12 by CharlieGirl » Fri Apr 12, 2013 11:57 pm

Semak wrote:Goodnight Kitchener. Feels Goodman :D


Ha, because you follow the OHL

But I do want to see Domi celebrate a goal in one of the Whalers' faces. Kid will be eating through a straw.
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Post #13 by Roger Sterling » Sat Apr 13, 2013 12:10 am

On to the next one for Harrington & Maatta!
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Post #14 by Roger Sterling » Tue Apr 23, 2013 1:53 am

Devilsfanatic wrote:I don't think Oli Maata has much of a future as a NHL defenseman. He has bad positioning and I think he'll bust.


Could be worse, he could throw a hissy fit for being a shit player and ride the bus home with fans and then get kicked off the team. But, thankfully, he's smarter than that and the scouts know more than you and I and everyone else here.
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Post #15 by Nibblet » Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:31 pm

London vs Tom Wilson :o

I'll be happy whoever advances.

I was really nonplussed about the Wilson pick but it's looking pretty good so far.
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Post #16 by Roger Sterling » Wed Apr 24, 2013 3:18 am

Devilsfanatic wrote:lol don't be a bitch. It's just an opinion.

Never mind the fact that scouts get it wrong and fans get it right a lot about certain players. But please, continue to fill us with your infinite wisdom as you usually do on every broad you go.


Please tell me about all of the prospects you are right about.

I'm all ears, er eyes.
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Post #17 by TGR » Wed Apr 24, 2013 7:48 am

Devilsfanatic wrote:Admittedly, I don't give a damn about younger players who will end up playing CIS or working at Home Depot when they don't pan out. Those kind of posts are for your eyes only anyway :P


Hey.. now. A sociology degree can go farther than Home Depot.
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Post #18 by Rogers Pancreas » Wed Apr 24, 2013 7:06 pm

I'm positive Olli will be an NHL defenseman one day. He seems to have the "it" factor.
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Post #19 by VLoo » Wed Apr 24, 2013 10:04 pm

Olli may or may not be an NHL defenseman one day in the future.
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Post #20 by Roger Sterling » Wed Apr 24, 2013 10:51 pm

I try to wait until they get to the AHL before I decide to write off a prospect.
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Post #21 by Rogers Pancreas » Thu Apr 25, 2013 7:33 pm

Roger Sterling wrote:I try to wait until they get to the AHL before I decide to write off a prospect.
You should have written the off on draft day using my new draft metric. It's based on status and hockey-nameitude.
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Post #22 by Roger Sterling » Fri Apr 26, 2013 5:53 pm

Rogers Pancreas wrote:You should have written the off on draft day using my new draft metric. It's based on status and hockey-nameitude.


Your approach might be best, just consider them all shit and it's all up from there.

So with that, Olli & Scott suck ass.
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Post #23 by Rogers Pancreas » Fri Apr 26, 2013 9:08 pm

Roger Sterling wrote:Your approach might be best, just consider them all shit and it's all up from there.

So with that, Olli & Scott suck ass.
Laughton's a pretty good Canadien name, say 4 stars. And since he was drafted 22nd overall, that gives him an overall score of 88. Olli Maatta has the best hockey name of the bunch. I give him an A+, or a 4.3. Either works. He was also drafted 22nd overall, giving him a score of 17.7. Now, he's not as good a prospect as Laughton but still an awesome fuckin' pick. Guaranteed NHLer.
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Post #24 by Roger Sterling » Fri Apr 26, 2013 10:31 pm

Rogers Pancreas wrote:Laughton's a pretty good Canadien name, say 4 stars. And since he was drafted 22nd overall, that gives him an overall score of 88. Olli Maatta has the best hockey name of the bunch. I give him an A+, or a 4.3. Either works. He was also drafted 22nd overall, giving him a score of 17.7. Now, he's not as good a prospect as Laughton but still an awesome fuckin' pick. Guaranteed NHLer.


Lol, 88 to 17.7, you are a bastard.
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Post #25 by CharlieGirl » Tue May 14, 2013 11:15 am

I thought the Q was corrupt as hell. They have nothing on the OHL.

On May 2nd, the London Free Press provided the following quote from Branch describing why the host announcement was delayed-

“We don't want one team to gain a psychological edge over the other in the final,” Branch said. “That's what we want to avoid. We're trying to protect the integrity of the game and our championship series.”

But in today's London Free Press, Hunter explains that the Knights were told they would be hosting in 2014 before the final game -

The 96th edition of the Memorial Cup will take place May 16-25, 2014, at Budweiser Gardens.
“I just don’t know what to say,” Hunter said. “So much has happened. I found out just before the game when Trevor Whiffen (Knights’ governor) came in and said ‘we got it.’ It’s just been amazing.”

So, did telling the Knights before Game 7 provide them the psychological advantage the league wanted to avoid to protect the integrity of the game?


Nice fucking job, Mr. Branch.
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Post #26 by CharlieGirl » Tue May 14, 2013 1:49 pm

Devilsfanatic wrote:What psychological edge? They almost blew it in epic Leaf proportions lol.


Who are you kidding? They knew before the game that, no matter what happened last night, they were in the Memorial Cup next year and that they had the chance to appear 3 times running. Yes, they were lucky to hang on, considering the suspension to Barrie's Anthony Camara for running Griffith (who didn't miss a fucking shift) and the injury to Mark Scheifele (luckily for London, Anderson wasn't even penalized on the headshot). Seriously, it's worse than watching the Pens.

Barrie did well to make London earn it, but knowing that your team is guaranteed a spot in next year's Cup has to be a pick me up - particularly against a strong team in Barrie.
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Post #27 by mayoradamwest » Tue May 14, 2013 4:06 pm

That London is getting the mem cup is a nice furthering of the fuck you to Windsor. Obviously the spits weren't going to host it, but it does really emphasize that they should have gotten the right to host after back to back championships.
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Post #28 by Rogers Pancreas » Tue May 14, 2013 6:05 pm

Devilsfanatic wrote:I don't believe it gives them an edge at all. That's just me though. Who cares about next year? Not losing as the top team should be all the pick me up a team needs.
It's a blatant contradiction to what he said. But, hey, maybe I'm one of those old-fashioned types that doesn't care much for bull-shitters.
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Post #29 by CharlieGirl » Tue May 14, 2013 7:08 pm

Integrity. Fuck yeah.
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Post #30 by mayoradamwest » Tue May 14, 2013 8:25 pm

I'm nothing more than a casual ohl fan, but, well, fuck London.
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Post #31 by Roger Sterling » Tue May 14, 2013 10:31 pm

CharlieGirl wrote:Who are you kidding? They knew before the game that, no matter what happened last night, they were in the Memorial Cup next year and that they had the chance to appear 3 times running. Yes, they were lucky to hang on, considering the suspension to Barrie's Anthony Camara for running Griffith (who didn't miss a fucking shift) and the injury to Mark Scheifele (luckily for London, Anderson wasn't even penalized on the headshot). Seriously, it's worse than watching the Pens.

Barrie did well to make London earn it, but knowing that your team is guaranteed a spot in next year's Cup has to be a pick me up - particularly against a strong team in Barrie.


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Post #32 by Nibblet » Tue May 14, 2013 11:17 pm

*shrugs*

I'm obviously a bit biased but I don't think it's a big deal.

BTW, Go knights, fuck the rangers (both kw and ny), etc.
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Post #35 by CharlieGirl » Mon Dec 02, 2013 12:02 pm

Devilsfanatic wrote:Guelph acquires Koekkoek and Rychel from Windsor for Milne and picks. Erie had acquired Gaunce for Harper and picks. Jesse Graham found his way to Saginaw for picks. The arms race is on and Erie and Guelph are my front runners for the West and London is in a world of hurt.


Massive deal for Guelph. Their goaltending is still a bit suspect, but there isn't a lot better out there this year.

I hope these fuckers keep loading up. Kitchener is a seller this year, and he needs to get a big return for good players.
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Post #37 by CharlieGirl » Mon Dec 02, 2013 6:49 pm

Devilsfanatic wrote:Yeah, I don't know how I feel about Nichols, but maybe they can just outscore other teams by a lot. I feel like you might see us send you some guys and picks for Faksa.

I know some around the league who don't really care for Rychel, and it's not Oshawa people that feel that way.


From what I gather, Faksa turned down a trade to the Petes, so if he becomes a Gen, he'll be loved before he plays a game.
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Post #38 by CharlieGirl » Tue Dec 03, 2013 9:26 am

Devilsfanatic wrote:Ya, I can imagine. I didn't know OHL players could refuse trades. Anyway, the Koekkoek, Rychel deal isn't done yet, and seeing as how it got leaked, I think that the Spits might be pissed. Will wait and see how that unfolds.


A lot of first rounders will have a quasi-no trade in their contracts, as well as import players (they want assurances that they won't be drafted by Ottawa then shipped off to a crappy team (not in the standings but for environment and/or development).
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Post #39 by CharlieGirl » Tue Dec 03, 2013 2:56 pm

Devilsfanatic wrote:The not being able to trade 1st rounders is infuriating as well. I wonder what the Gens are going to do. I'm starting to appreciate the league a lot more than I used to. Remember when I said I could care less about kids that will probably end up in the CIS? Whoops.


Not being able to trade first rounders is an OHL rule (the Q and W can) - while it does limit teams in one sense, the biggest thing is that it makes 2nd round picks very valuable and stops teams from not being able to compete at all.

I'm glad you see now what CHL fans have known for ages. It's good hockey, and it's great to watch a kid go from a 16 year old rookie to an NHL player, or to the CIS and a degree.
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Post #40 by CharlieGirl » Tue Dec 03, 2013 8:56 pm

Wow, the rumoured huge deal between Guelph and Windsor is done (albeit with Ebert instead of Koekkoek).

Nine picks and a player from Guelph for Ebert and Rychel.

Let the games begin!
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Post #41 by Paper Jam Dipper » Wed Dec 04, 2013 8:04 am

CharlieGirl wrote:Wow, the rumoured huge deal between Guelph and Windsor is done (albeit with Ebert instead of Koekkoek).

Nine picks and a player from Guelph for Ebert and Rychel.

Let the games begin!


It should be good to mention that at the start of the year, the man to be traded was gonna be Vail. That's why he was denied the captaincy. Interesting how things turned around in a few months.
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Post #43 by CharlieGirl » Wed Dec 04, 2013 1:10 pm

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Have you watched them lately? There not nearly as boring as they used to be.
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Post #44 by CharlieGirl » Fri Dec 06, 2013 9:02 am

Thomas Malthus wrote:Is that prissy or justified? Seems kind of like a bitch move.


It does, to an extent. Keep in mind, this kid spent a couple of years in Peterborough and then was traded to Windsor. I find it hard to imagine anyone happy about going to or being in Windsor but apparently he is. Or maybe he just doesn't want to move to a new city and all that entails - new teammates/billets/etc.
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Post #45 by Paper Jam Dipper » Fri Dec 06, 2013 12:49 pm

Devilsfanatic wrote:With McGinn, Fabbri, Kosmachuk, Finn, Rychel, Ebert, they're pretty formidable. Goalie is weak. Generals have started to struggle a bit. The Knights will be making a move for sure. Heard that Koekkoek, if he's traded from the Spits, he'll quit the O and play out the season at home or not play at all.


That's an exaggeration to ruin his character. His agent had to step in about that. He has a no movement agreement with the Spitfires but Rychel has been asking him if he'd be willing to move for the better of the team. London really wants him and the word is that he'd goto London, but doesn't see the point going elsewhere.
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