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2019 Memorial Cup
#1
Starts tonight in Halifax.

Prince Albert trailing Halifax 3-1 after 2.
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#2
If this score holds (and there is only a few minutes left), I think that's 10 straight loses for the WHL in the tournament.

Can wait to watch Guelph and Samorukov tomorrow - he just put up the most points in the OHL playoffs by a d-man since Ellis (and he's not even an offence first guy).
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#3
I assume you mean most points by a D man, but ya, watching prospects and prospective draft picks in this tourney is lots of fun.
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#4
Yes, of course, by a d-man - whoops.
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#5
WHL about to go bagel in the Memorial Cup yet again as they are down 5-2 to Guelph in the third. Assuming this holds, I think it may be 15 straight (may just be 14).

Sean Durzi continues to make plus offensive plays in transition.

Ratcliffe scored an absolutely sensational goal.

Suzuki has been very good tonight - couple of goals and an apple i think - real nice plays.
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#6
Funny enough, the final regular season CHL rankings had Rouyn-Noranda at #1 and Prince Albert at #2. PA is out and the Huskies are on the brink.

Halifax was ranked #8 and Guelph was not ranked at all.

As much as winning the Stanley Cup is a war of attrition, it could be argued that winning the Memorial Cup is even more grueling.
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#7
4 minutes left in the first tied at 0-0 Moose and Huskies
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#8
Asselin for the Herd PP marker, 1-0 Halifax end of 1
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#9
No love lost between these two teams who battled a couple weeks ago for the championship of the Q. (Royun won in 6)
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#10
Lavoie steps out of the penalty box with a beautiful goal, Halifax Happy 2-0
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#11
I'll be very curious to see where Lavoie goes in the first round.
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#12
Bibeau gets one back for the Huskies 2-1 Halifax
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#13
Tied game at 2.Teasdale for the Huskies
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#14
2-2
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(2019-05-26, 07:28 PM)Pouzar Wrote: I'll be very curious to see where Lavoie goes in the first round.

From mid-term ranking of #13 he has slipped to #20 in the final ranking!
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#16
I wonder a) if he'll be there for the Habs at 15, and b) if MB will be interested
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#17
Does him being French make him him more desireable and cause the GM to maybe reach a bit for him or are those days behind us?
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#18
Those days are not behind us. Plain There are still the pressures of the cultural thing. Likely always will be.
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#19
That is not to say it's the driving force or anything, just that it's one of them.
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#20
Here is a complete list of players from NA or EU.

http://www.nhl.com/ice/draftprospectbrow...&year=2019
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