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Anonymous
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Monday, March 14, 2011 ×

its shocking to see how statistically mcnabb is only 5 goals behind kassian. I think its fair to say that we have an ambitious group.

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Anonymous
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Monday, March 14, 2011 ×

though other teams have prospects in the 30 goal range, lets hope the intangibles of character and heart mold some kind of continuity in portland. mcnabb-kassian-Foligno with luke adam should be an exciting roster. I'd also be interested in seeing this Boychuk in person.

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Kris Baker
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Monday, March 14, 2011 ×

The gap between Kassian and the rest should really be greater than five. Sure it may be more a reflection of the others and less of Kassian, but ZK was at one point averaging 1.92 p/g and has fallen quite a bit...

Boychuk is fun to watch. Plays an in-your-face style, and likes to hit. His first two games back from the concussion were typical Boychuk games. On Saturday he absolutely flattened a guy with his head down. One of the better hits delivered by a Sabres prospect this season.

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boos
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Wednesday, March 16, 2011 ×

dig the stats page, kris...

interesting to note that the top-three are all at least 6'3" and 216 lbs...

marcus foligno has the same goals/game as kassian...

am interested in the two kevins--devine and dineen...

i think kevin devine has done an outstanding job with his amateur scouting...what does the future hold for him within the sabres organization?

and i also think kevin dineen has done an outstanding job molding his portland pirates into a solid, tough-to-play-against team...any idea how long he's signed for?

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