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  1. Ok ok, I admit I´m not the best hockey analyst, but.. isn´t he too old for us? Just asking.
  2. http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=56014 use that speak icon to hear proper pronounciation...
  3. Machovsky is considered to be one of the best (still) talents in czech league. Playing from Pilsen (team generally known for very good goaltending development), his numbers were quite good (over 92% with less than 2.3 average) in terms of playing for soft defending team allowing over 1300 shots during his 46 games season (they are 35 SA totally). He had couple offers from KHL, he had also another NHL offer, btw.
  4. ...as far as the most of ´european gems´ were picked in times when not a lot of teams had full-time european scouts. Nowadays, it´s impossible to pick new Lidscyukberg from 150+ OA unless you´re lucky.
  5. Dopita was a diamond, but came to NHL too late. He had no motivation to prove himself to be a good player on NHL level, while he achieved a lot at home. He was not prepared to start in 3rd line to start grinding from the scratch. Simply - his NHL overseas mission was misunderstanding and ´lost in translation´ case. He´s not the best example for this topic.
  6. How was that Russo guy? Can´t watch games right now, working currently in India timezone...
  7. .. whatever, just pray Ken won´t aim on Wideman.
  8. Don´t forget to do the simple math, like resigning Tatar for 4M AAV will take actually only 1.250M from this budget. AA, XO, Jensen will get some 2yrs bridges. Don´t count with Jurco.
  9. Well, they have Rielly, Gardiner, Marincin and Carrick already meeting exposure requirements, so this doesn´t make any sense. I was surprised that Carolina didn´t take him for exactly this reason (they have only Faulk).
  10. I like Larkin a lot. He´s driving his own squad and most of the time he´s acting like he´s playing with Hull not Helm, Shanahan not Sheahan, or Gilmour not Glendening. I don´t care about his pace, he´s showing great effort most of his (even limited) ice time, I´d say he´s going to be real top6 center in next two years. He´s bravely fighting his slump and that´s what Red Wings need.
  11. Yes, but.. later then it was confirmed that Ken never spoke to Stamkos. Nor even Shanahan did. There was ZERO chance Stamkos is going elsewhere, Stamkos confirmed he didn´t even think about moving, whole story was done by journalists. So, Holland wasn´t even in touch with Stammer and made that Chychrun move anyway, which was later then reported as Chayka´s/Arizona idea (no source), not Holland´s. I do agree these reactions on Holland´s move are sometimes dumb, but I can´t hardly remember day when Holland hit that ball. Everybody´s missing the balls time to time, like my wife, like Nill with goaltending - nobody´s perfect unless you have Bowman as your family name, but couple last seasons Ken started to miss the ball very frequently and still considered as a one of the best GMs there.
  12. ..and this game shown that average. I don´t think it was that bad game, would be quite good example for somebody who´s looking for ´show me 16/17 Red Wings edition in 60 minutes´. Bad point is, that this average is really worth last conference place.
  13. Well, I believe cap relief rules are pushing us to fill out the whole cap space. Without that contract, we´re free to use these 4M as required and when required, with that contract, Ken has to exhaust whole cap space at maximum.
  14. 1/ Franzen´s contract to Arizona. This is killing us constantly. 2/ Sheahan 3/ retails little piece of salary and try to move Ericsson