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#2610030 should mrazek get #1 tag next season

Posted by frankgrimes on 25 May 2015 - 10:53 AM

http://kuklaskorner.com/tmr/comments/lokomotiv-yaroslavl-drafts-petr-mrazek-in-the-7th-round?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook
 
KHL wants Mraz


Good luck there


#2609949 should mrazek get #1 tag next season

Posted by marcaractac on 24 May 2015 - 01:23 PM

 

Get Howard back to pre injury form and use him as trade bait.  

 

Exactly. I'm hoping both our goalies have a great year, so we can trade Howard in the offseason. Get a cheap, veteran back up next summer and yay cap space! Or even at the trade deadline if there is a non playoff team in need of a goalie with a player we could really use.




#2609925 Players who might be available due to teams cap issues

Posted by Euro_Twins on 24 May 2015 - 08:24 AM

Today on Spector is a post about Stamkos wanting 10.5 million per year and that rumors are he might get moved....... 


He's not going anywhere


#2609832 should mrazek get #1 tag next season

Posted by marcaractac on 23 May 2015 - 02:13 AM

Just realized M-raz is still leading goalies in shutouts for the playoffs with 2. Not too shabby.




#2609588 Players who might be available due to teams cap issues

Posted by number9 on 21 May 2015 - 11:20 PM

I see the Hawks letting Sharp walk and/or trading Hossa before anything happening with Seabrook. They have young players who can fill wing rolls. Not so much at D.




#2609584 Players who might be available due to teams cap issues

Posted by jimmyemeryhunter on 21 May 2015 - 09:46 PM

Brent Seabrook is the one who comes straight to mind. Though, my gut says the Oilers are going to do pretty much anything it takes to get him - and lord knows they have some attractive pieces they can offer.

I think Chicago will do whatever it takes to keep him.


#2609742 Things you would like to see for 2015-16 Season

Posted by marcaractac on 22 May 2015 - 03:25 PM

I wanna see a team like we had in the mid to late 90's...Scoring goals, and punching faces, and being at the top of the league...I can dream can't I?


Forgive my ignorance since I know little about the guy.....But what exactly has 'The Wiz' done since thumbing his nose at Detroit, and signing with the BJ's for big $$$?

 

I haven't heard much about him these past few years...Maybe there's a reason.

 

The only 2 things that stand out is all his time on IR and most recently in the press box watching the Ducks playoff run. 




#2609643 Slava Fetisov: Giant Hypocrite.

Posted by number9 on 22 May 2015 - 10:38 AM

Putin made him do it


#2609598 Dylan Larkin turning pro... will play for GR immediately

Posted by krsmith17 on 22 May 2015 - 05:44 AM

Top 6 go-to guy in Grand Rapids >>> Bottom 6 support guy in Detroit - (in regards to what is best for his development)

 

Develop this kid the right way, don't rush him like we did Jurco. I understand that there is a huge difference between Larkin and Jurco, but Jurco was also a year older than what Larkin will be going into camp this season. He wasn't ready and neither is Larkin in my opinion.

 

Let's see what he can do in the next few weeks, but even if he puts up a point per game, I still say he should start next season in the American League...




#2609569 Dylan Larkin turning pro... will play for GR immediately

Posted by Detroit # 1 Fan on 21 May 2015 - 08:30 PM

Blash needs to do the right thing and run:

 

Bertuzzi-Miele-Pulkkinen

AA-Larkin-Mantha

 

Just because I want to see it.




#2609550 Dylan Larkin turning pro... will play for GR immediately

Posted by krsmith17 on 21 May 2015 - 06:42 PM

I'm as excited about this kid as anybody but I'd definitely prefer to see him spend a year down in Grand Rapids. We've been doing it (developing our prospects) right for so long, I don't want to stray from that. I do think he is our future top line center and I don't want to set him back in his development by rushing him to the bigs. People need to remember that he is still only 18 years old (will be 19 by training camp). It's not even that I don't believe he is physically ready, or that he is not skilled enough, for me, I want to make sure he is mentally ready, and I don't think many teenagers are. Let's just see what he can do over the next few weeks in the Calder Cup Playoffs before we anoint him and trade away our third line center... My prediction is he puts up a few points but doesn't dominate like many think he will. I'll say 5-7 points in 10-14 games... Either way, I was looking forward to Sunday nights game, this just adds to the excitement. Go Larkin! Go Griffins!




#2609339 Things you would like to see for 2015-16 Season

Posted by loutswings on 21 May 2015 - 10:46 AM

No thanks on Wiz. Overpaid and takes places off. That was one of the biggest complaints from Jackets fans down here in Columbus. 




#2609483 Dylan Larkin turning pro... will play for GR immediately

Posted by marcaractac on 21 May 2015 - 02:52 PM

#RedWings Dylan Larkin will practice w @griffinshockey Saturday & be in lineup for G1, Jeff Blashill said. @GRPress




#2609450 Dylan Larkin turning pro... will play for GR immediately

Posted by marcaractac on 21 May 2015 - 02:02 PM

I say helm because his contract is up after next year, and he's going to get a nice pay day.
Plus as of right now he's the closest to Larkin I can think of....
If Larkin could come in and put up the same amount of points in his rookie season, I'd be happy.

 

My heart will literally break if we trade Helm :(




#2609446 Dylan Larkin turning pro... will play for GR immediately

Posted by marcaractac on 21 May 2015 - 01:59 PM

Wait ... Does this mean he's gonna be a redwing next October? As much as I can't wait to see him play with detroit I think it might be best for him to spend at least one year in the ahl

 

Basically he will at least be in the AHL come fall. Hoping he makes the Wings roster though. He showed he can play important minutes against high end talent already. Would love to see him get a shot centering the third line.