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#21 evilzyme

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Posted 18 January 2013 - 09:46 PM

From HFB, apparently odds have him listed -____________-

 

Nevermind, ol McKenzie confirmed he's not eligible 

 

NHL Calder Memorial Trophy 2013
Sat 1/19 3:05PM

Justin Schultz +500
Damien Brunner +900
Vladimir Tarasenko +900
Nail Yakupov +1100
Roman Cervenka +1100
Ryan Strome +1400
Alex Galchenyuk +1400
Chris Kreider +1400
Mikael Granlund +1400
Jonathan Huberdeau +1400
Jakob Silfverberg +1400
Sven Bartschi +1600
Dougie Hamilton +1600
Mikhail Grigorenko +1600
Jaden Schwartz +1900
Morgan Rielly +1900
Cory Conacher +2400
Ryan Murphy +2400
Mark Scheifele +2400
Brendan Smith +2400
Jeremy Morin +3400
Brendan Gallagher +3400
Simon Despres +3400
Joe Colborne +3400
Ben Scrivens +3400
Mika Zibanejad +3400
Gustav Nyquist +3900
Anton Khudobin +3900
Sami Vatanen +4400
Jacob Markstrom +4400
Andre Miele +4400
Robin Lehner +4400
Patrice Cormier +4400
Jonas Brodin +4900
Teemu Hartikainen +4900
Tim Erixon +4900

Edited by evilzyme, 18 January 2013 - 09:49 PM.

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#22 The Axe

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Posted 18 January 2013 - 09:54 PM

I like Yakupov

#23 Marty Barry

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Posted 18 January 2013 - 10:00 PM

Not just different wording from different sources....different wording from same source.  NHL.com under the calder trophy qualifications also has the wording 26 or younger.  Either way, Brunner appears too old....either by 6 months, or 1 year and 6 months.

 

What I'd love to know is what is considered major professional league besides NHL (see Ovechkin comment earlier).  It's obviously not the top league in Russia, obviously not the Swiss A league (Brunner has played 7+ seasons there).  What about SEL?  Is there any league outside of the NHL considered major professional?  If it's not Russia, I'm not sure what else would be.

Good point.  Who's opinion is it what is a "major professional league" is?  Sounds like it's Cherry's.  If so, only Canadian leagues would count.

 

 

I could have edited my question but I is so proud of mine grammatical skills that I have learnt that I decided not too.


Edited by Marty Barry, 18 January 2013 - 10:03 PM.


#24 Nev

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 04:01 AM

Kinda scares me that so many Wings fans are expecting Smith, Brunner (if eligable) and Nyquist (if he plays) to win the Calder.  High fan expectations and an over-reliance on un-proven players can be a dangerous combination.


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Posted 21 January 2013 - 08:48 PM

Tarasenko will get it if he keeps this pace up. Kids gunna be good

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