Wow that's a lot of work. Kudos. But you've never made a ridiculously long gdt like the Philly one to my knowledge.
Nope never taken the time to compile THAT much history.
Besides I kind of look at it like plagarism. He didn't write one word of it, he just took it from other sites and puts it into 1 post.
As someone else mentioned in this thread, he only has to do each one once, and save it somewhere on his computer. The exact same post gets used next time they face the team, but with the tiny addition of whatever happened in their last game.
A bunch of people complaining that flashy makes his gdt "too short" Lmao. Anything short of a 6 chapter novel is too short I guess. Sorry but i certainly font want to read through all that crapshoot every gdt. And flashy's looks wayyyy better. Real skill put into that, instead of copy and paste from Wikipedia. GO FLASHY!! wish I could vote though
I would happily make them longer and when I do them here I do make them longer because this board is light years better at dealing with images. HFboards doesn't let you upload 1 big image like I can do here, and you can't put more than 24 in a single post.
Any image bigger than 350px by 300 px will be scaled down to a thumbnail which defeats the purpose of doing a GDT.
That GDT is actually 1 image sliced into 24 images and posted painstakingly so they all line-up.
Please take a note that our dear Kenny has already regret couple os FA signings such as: Q, Carlo, Sammy, Williams, Tootoo... I don't think that Ehrhoff belongs to the same category
I like Ehrhoff but I don't think he fits in as well as either Niskanen, Myers or Boyle all of whom are right handed. Although my feelings toward adding another lefty would change if we could offload a lefty or 2. Especially if we could offload them in a package for someone like Myers or another suitable middle pairing right hander.
I do like Ehrhoff better than any of the other lefties considered as at least he plays on the right side more often than not.
Here are a few scouting reports on Larkin. I wasn't thrilled with the pick at first as I was a big fan of Fabbri's but the more I read about Larkin the more I like him and the more I think we made the best possible pick at 15. As far as comparable's the only site that made one compared him style wise to Patrice Bergeron.
Dylan Larkin is a very strong skater, with strong top end speed, very good acceleration, and a great first step. This enables him to be very effective on the forecheck, as well as to gather loose pucks in all three zones of the ice. Larkin also has outstanding edgework and agility and can be extremely elusive. He has good balance and is very difficult to knock off the puck making him very effective in the cycle game and in battles for pucks along the boards. Larkin should only get better as he adds more muscle to his frame and fleshes out his game in the pros.
Larkin is more of a shooter than a passer, as he has a good wrist shot and strong release. He is also effective at finding open areas for one-timers. Larkin creates offense through straight ahead simple plays, more than from being overly fancy and creative. He makes the smart play though and is willing to go to the net hard. He can be effective with soft hands in tight to bury rebounds and create tip ins.
Here is a quote from scout Mark Edwards of (HockeyProspects.com) on Larkin
I'm a huge fan of Larkin. Once I saw him enough to convince myself that he had enough offense so that he could be more than a 3rd liner, his stock obviously increased for me. We have him ranked 9th at HP and I'm not predicting it, but wouldn't be shocked if he went off the board before our ranking.
High end player with seemingly very little bust risk. Nice combo.
Anthony Mauro on the VO2 Max tests from the combine
Dissecting the 2014 NHL Draft Combine Aerobic Fitness - VO2 Max:
An interesting test that gauges half genetics/half current conditioning. The top few scores traditionally rival VO2's of low end, elite marathon runners.
The underlying correlations found are that the top scoring VO2 'maxxers' are either your elite prospects or total duds. If a rated first rounder shows up on this test, he should be a lock selection (Hertl, Baertschi, Klefbom). If he's not highly regarded, run away.
On the flipside, if you're looking at a lower rated prospect, well, apply those principles and it is a damning statement against his future in the NHL. If a player scores high on this test, yet isn't regarded highly for his talent in season, one could draw the assumption that he was unable to capitalize and impress even with such a great fitness level. It is evident that these players usually do not find that precious development curve.
BUY: Dylan Larkin, Brayden Point SELL: Alex Schoenborn, Josh Wesley