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    Matt Frattin, our most under-rated prospect is tearing up the NCAA once again. 12 goals in 14 games.

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    oh you mean the leafs actaully have other prospects in the system besides kadri??
    I still cant believe people in the main forum thought we were some old team on the decline with only one prospect


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    Quote Originally Posted by halladaymvp View Post
    Matt Frattin, our most under-rated prospect is tearing up the NCAA once again. 12 goals in 14 games.
    He's almost 23 though so hopefully he gets into some AHL games this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotttube View Post
    He's almost 23 though so hopefully he gets into some AHL games this year.
    Very similar to that of Stalberg and others. These college kids are just late bloomers but they tend to be NHL ready coming right out of college. From what people are saying who watch him, it sounds like he'll have a shot at making this team next year out of camp. I'd put him in the category of a sleeper. This guy could always play and he plays like a power forward who can actually score. He doesn't get talked about much from management because of his off-ice problems a few years back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halladaymvp View Post
    Matt Frattin, our most under-rated prospect is tearing up the NCAA once again. 12 goals in 14 games.
    Please explain how he is "once again" tearing up the NCAA? He never before tore it up..

    This isn't that exciting unless he shows the same pace with the marlies at the end of the season.

    Season Team Lge GP G A Pts

    2007-08 U. of North Dakota WCHA 43 4 11 15
    2008-09 U. of North Dakota WCHA 42 13 12 25
    2009-10 U. of North Dakota WCHA 24 11 8 19
    2010-11 U. of North Dakota WCHA 14 12 3 15
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_905 View Post
    Please explain how he is "once again" tearing up the NCAA? He never before tore it up..

    This isn't that exciting unless he shows the same pace with the marlies at the end of the season.

    Season Team Lge GP G A Pts

    2007-08 U. of North Dakota WCHA 43 4 11 15
    2008-09 U. of North Dakota WCHA 42 13 12 25
    2009-10 U. of North Dakota WCHA 24 11 8 19
    2010-11 U. of North Dakota WCHA 14 12 3 15
    He's had stretches where he's dominated before. Appreciate the sarcasm though sport.

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    Frattin has never torn up the NCAA for a whole season. Its great to see him with 12 goals in 14 games...thats awesome...dont like the lack of assists. Could be one of those team over player things where he has the nice role of finisher but I dont know who else is on the team...

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    Quote Originally Posted by McJoe View Post
    Frattin has never torn up the NCAA for a whole season. Its great to see him with 12 goals in 14 games...thats awesome...dont like the lack of assists. Could be one of those team over player things where he has the nice role of finisher but I dont know who else is on the team...
    Only guys i recognize on the team is Brock Nelson and Forbort, both 1st round pick last year, and Danny Kristo, got draft a few years back. Hard to say who he's playing with though, but 12 goals in 14 games is nice.
    "The way they play offense here is difficult for any quarterback," he said. "Every snap is an incredible decision. They're in a one-back offense, they can't run the ball against certain looks so they have to audible to some kind of a pass or a creative run to get away from trouble.
    "There's never a play in the game where Stafford can just turn around, hand the ball off and catch his breath. Every play he's researching the defense and they throw as much as anyone."


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    Caputi was sent down earlier today..hes been scratched lately so probably a good idea.

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    FInally returned to the Marlies. Hopefully this means Army is close and Mitchell can get out of the lineup.

    MacArthur - Grabovski - Kulemin
    Kadri - Bozak - Kessel
    Sjostrom - Versteeg - Armstrong
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    He should have been sent down right away, he was rotting away in the press box for no reason.

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    Jussi Rynnas ranks third in the AHL in save percentage (0.939) and is fifth in goals against average (1.87). Rynnas has appeared in eight games during the month of November, posting a record of 3-2-2 to go along with a 1.28 goals against average and 0.960 save percentage. This month the Finnish born goalie hasn’t allowed more than two goals in any of his appearances.
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    I wonder if this guy will be ready as soon as next year. He's been pretty impressive especially when you consider it's his first year in North America/AHL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotttube View Post
    MacArthur - Grabovski - Kulemin
    Kadri - Bozak - Kessel
    Sjostrom - Versteeg - Armstrong
    Brown - Brent - Orr
    I like these lines a lot more. Armstrong can't return (and start producing) soon enough.

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    Lots has been written on Kadri, but Aulie is also an intriguing player.

    The Calgary-Toronto trade that brought Dion Phaneuf to the Leafs still seems wonky from a variety of standpoints. It's understandable that the Flames wanted the offence they were getting in Matt Stajan and Nik Hagman, and they clearly wanted Phaneuf out of the dressing room.

    Freddie Sjostrom was a spare part. But how the Flames were convinced to include a viable prospect like Aulie in the deal seems a little inexplicable. They were more inclined to give up one of their other blueline prospects, probably John Negrin or Toronto-born Matt Pelech, but the Leafs insisted on Aulie. Why? Well, Burke asked v.p. of hockey operations Dave Poulin to get input from his pro scouts, and Poulin came back with Aulie on the recommendation of scouts Rob (Cowboy) Cowie and Steve (Ghost) Kasper. Burke asked for other names. Cowie and Kasper again came back with Aulie, and only Aulie.

    It actually held up the deal for a day, and then Aulie was included. Maybe the Flames felt that in Jay Bouwmeester, Robyn Regehr, Mark Giordano plus White in the NHL, and with T.J. Brodie, Negrin and Pelech in the minors, they had plenty of depth.

    But right now, that piece of the deal looks very useful for the Leafs. In five games, Aulie has played in the 10-14 minute range, adding a very simple approach to the Leafs third defensive pair. He moves very well for a big man, and apparently may even have added an inch since the trade, measuring in at 6-foot-6 these days.

    He's more of a long-armed, suffocating defender, rather than a mean, hardhitting type. Something along the lines of what Jeff Schultz supplies on the Washington blueline. The Leaf defence corps now includes Phaneuf, 25, Luke Schenn, 21, Carl Gunnarson, 24 and the 21-year-old Aulie. Even Francois Beauchemin and Mike Komisarek are hardly old men at the age of 28.
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    Quote Originally Posted by halladaymvp View Post
    http://mapleleafshotstove.com/

    I wonder if this guy will be ready as soon as next year. He's been pretty impressive especially when you consider it's his first year in North America/AHL.
    hopefully the next rask


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