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On 9/8/2022 at 10:09 PM, Neomaxizoomdweebie said:

Kasper is likely 2 more seasons away.

Have you seen Kasper play? Dont by in to those saying hes limited offense hes gonna out produce Raymonds d+1 this season and hell be one of the best players out of his draft class. Hes the real deal . hell take over Suter 3c next season and soon challenge Lark as 1a/1b c. 

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2 hours ago, redw1ngs said:

Have you seen Kasper play? Dont by in to those saying hes limited offense hes gonna out produce Raymonds d+1 this season and hell be one of the best players out of his draft class. Hes the real deal . hell take over Suter 3c next season and soon challenge Lark as 1a/1b c. 

Even if he is good enough to be on the roster doesn't mean he should. A full season in Rogle or GR, getting top minutes and playing in all situations may be better than being sheltered and getting bottom 6 minutes in Detroit

 

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14 minutes ago, Neomaxizoomdweebie said:

Even if he is good enough to be on the roster doesn't mean he should. A full season in Rogle or GR, getting top minutes and playing in all situations may be better than being sheltered and getting bottom 6 minutes in Detroit

 

He's going to get a full season in Rogle this year.  We are saying that he's going to be on Det come the 2023 season.  Not in GR.

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47 minutes ago, Jonas Mahonas said:

He's going to get a full season in Rogle this year.  We are saying that he's going to be on Det come the 2023 season.  Not in GR.

Does he think were talking bout this season? This season is already started for Kasper obv hes staying in Sweden this season.

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4 hours ago, Jonas Mahonas said:

The GOLD medalist laughs at the bronze medalist.

Cossa didn’t play other then Canada’s first game, both goalies have a long way to go before we will know if Yzerman made the right choice

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1 hour ago, Jaymister said:

Cossa didn’t play other then Canada’s first game, both goalies have a long way to go before we will know if Yzerman made the right choice

SY made the wrong choice. He knows it we know it everyone knows it. Wallstedt will be elite Cossa might be average if were lucky.

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1 hour ago, redw1ngs said:

SY made the wrong choice. He knows it we know it everyone knows it. Wallstedt will be elite Cossa might be average if were lucky.

You know, it's okay to think Cossa was the wrong pick but still root for him to succeed. The kid clearly doesn't suck. There are zero issues with his game that cannot be coached. The stuff you cannot teach? He has in spades. 

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2 hours ago, marcaractac said:

You know, it's okay to think Cossa was the wrong pick but still root for him to succeed. The kid clearly doesn't suck. There are zero issues with his game that cannot be coached. The stuff you cannot teach? He has in spades. 

Stuff you cant teach? like what? height? lol

There are alot of issues with his game. He has size and athleticism he lacks fundamentals positioning rebound control his glove is atrocious consistency etc.

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54 minutes ago, redw1ngs said:

Stuff you cant teach? like what? height? lol

There are alot of issues with his game. He has size and athleticism he lacks fundamentals positioning rebound control his glove is atrocious consistency etc.

Height, athleticism, confidence, work ethic, attitude, elite puck tracking, good puck handler, does not linger on mistakes. 

Positioning, rebound control? Very coachable issues. 

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9 hours ago, marcaractac said:

Height, athleticism, confidence, work ethic, attitude, elite puck tracking, good puck handler, does not linger on mistakes. 

Positioning, rebound control? Very coachable issues. 

Cossa gets shook. Wallstedt doesnt. Hes a true gamer. I cant speak on his work ethic or attitude but 4th line grinders also have work ethic and good attitude see Luke Glendening. Wallstedt is superior at everything between the pipes except height.

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20 hours ago, Jaymister said:

Cossa didn’t play other then Canada’s first game, both goalies have a long way to go before we will know if Yzerman made the right choice

He didnt lose, either.

13 hours ago, marcaractac said:

Height, athleticism, confidence, work ethic, attitude, elite puck tracking, good puck handler, does not linger on mistakes. 

Positioning, rebound control? Very coachable issues. 

He wins.  Thats what I like.

4 hours ago, redw1ngs said:

Cossa gets shook. Wallstedt doesnt. Hes a true gamer. I cant speak on his work ethic or attitude but 4th line grinders also have work ethic and good attitude see Luke Glendening. Wallstedt is superior at everything between the pipes except height.

Wallstedt is 6'3".  His height is fine.  It's his losing that is the trouble.

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3 hours ago, bIueadams said:

Cossa jut wins. He's always winning. Games, WHL championship, gold medals, winning first overall goalie at the draft.

Breakdown his game all you want. I don't care. Cause he wins. He's a winner. 

 

Exactly.  Would rather have the guy that wins instead of the guy that has more points on EA Sports NHL 26.

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On 9/14/2022 at 9:04 PM, redw1ngs said:

Cossa gets shook. Wallstedt doesnt. Hes a true gamer. I cant speak on his work ethic or attitude but 4th line grinders also have work ethic and good attitude see Luke Glendening. Wallstedt is superior at everything between the pipes except height.

Was it being shook when he let in 3 in one game in the finals, then told his teammates that was all they were gonna get on him, and then shut the oposition out in dominant fashion from the 2nd period on?

Because that tells me he can battle through adversity and shake off mistakes. A quality you cannot teach. 

Wallstedt is gonna be another Tukka Rask. A really good goalie who can never elevate his game when everything is on the line. He'll be really good, but what you see is always what you will get, and nothing more. 

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1 hour ago, marcaractac said:

Was it being shook when he let in 3 in one game in the finals, then told his teammates that was all they were gonna get on him, and then shut the oposition out in dominant fashion from the 2nd period on?

Because that tells me he can battle through adversity and shake off mistakes. A quality you cannot teach. 

Lol how many times ya think hes said that only to let in 1/2/3 more goals? He shut the door this time so theres a storyline but the real storyline/reason Oil Kings won that game was Wiebe scoring a hattrick. Cossas a cocky sob reminds me of Zadina in that way. Hell probly fall short of expectations like Zadina to.

1 hour ago, marcaractac said:

Wallstedt is gonna be another Tukka Rask. A really good goalie who can never elevate his game when everything is on the line. He'll be really good, but what you see is always what you will get, and nothing more. 

Im not sure thats the flex you think it is. Rask was a top goalie in the league for many years won a Vezina and was runner up another couple. What you see is what you get aka consistency is a great quality for a goalie. Cossa on the other hand will be inconsistent from game to game never know what goalie your gonna get.

Wallstedts positionally sound never has to make big pushes from side to side and makes it look easy similar to Price.

Cossas erratic always relying on his athletism to compensate for lack of positioning sometimes looks cool but less effective like Merazek.

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16 minutes ago, redw1ngs said:

Im not sure thats the flex you think it is. Rask was a top goalie in the league for many years won a Vezina and was runner up another couple. What you see is what you get aka consistency is a great quality for a goalie. Cossa on the other hand will be inconsistent from game to game never know what goalie your gonna get.

Wallstedts positionally sound never has to make big pushes from side to side and makes it look easy similar to Price.

Cossas erratic always relying on his athletism to compensate for lack of positioning sometimes looks cool but less effective like Merazek.

It's not meant to be a flex. It's meant to point out that while consistency is great, having a goalie who can elevate to another level when it matters is more important, in my opinion. 

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1 hour ago, marcaractac said:

It's not meant to be a flex. It's meant to point out that while consistency is great, having a goalie who can elevate to another level when it matters is more important, in my opinion. 

Nah imo the goalie thats even keeled consistently steady know what your getting every game is better then the goalie thats up and down flip flopping from game to game 875sv% to 925sv%.

Watch Cossa struggle in camp again get sent back to the whl while Wallstedt dominates the ahl.

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