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MasterPavel

Member Since 10 Jan 2013
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In Topic: Zach Hyman May Seek Free Agency

02 April 2015 - 11:32 AM

I don't know, once he breaks his cherry in the NHL I'm sure it won't be as painful.


Hopefully whoever is lucky enough to get him they ease him in nice and slow.

In Topic: Dylan Larkin

20 March 2015 - 04:37 PM

 
GO GREEN. Hope Larkin never amounts to anything, and Glendening gets traded.


Typical sparty inferiority complex smh...

(before your smart ass comment in return. I know you were sarcastic)

In Topic: Mike McKee

12 February 2015 - 08:04 PM

I liked the pick when we drafted him back in 2012, and I really liked the move from defense to forward. He hasn't really developed the way I was hoping, but it sounds like he is really working on his skillset and trying to develop his all-around game. Going to Western Michigan, under Andy Murray seems to be helping his game, especially since he has to learn to use his hands, not his fists in college hockey. He is trying to develop into a McCarty type of player. Will he ever be as good as McCarty? I doubt it, but he is still only 21 years old. I'd still love for this kid to make our 4th line someday, if he can develop into a shutdown, penalty killer with some grit and nastiness...


Agreed, I had visions of a poor man's DMac when he moved to forward. However I doubt we see him in the nhl. He could turn out to be a valuable piece in GR to protect our top prospects through out the years though.

In Topic: Mike McKee

12 February 2015 - 08:08 AM

 
His job isn't to score goals just wait till he will be with the team, opponents will for sure "feel" his impact soon enough, so excited for this prospect.


The days of having a guy that can only be tough are over, especially in this franchise. You have to at least be a shut down defender ala glendening.

In Topic: So, Evander Kane...

11 February 2015 - 07:03 PM

I wonder if it was more intriguing for Cheveldayoff to trade Kane to Buffalo. Not just for the return, but to send Kane to a perennial loser.