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Old 06-01-2022, 04:54 PM   #361
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Exciting prospects from the last 3 drafts:

Pelletier - Zary - Coronato
Beck - Kerins
(hon mention: Stromgren, Nikolaev, Ciona)

Kuznetsov - Poirier
(hon mention: Whynot - Jordan)

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There's only so much room on the bus
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Old 06-01-2022, 05:06 PM   #362
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I'd like to be, but not very excited about Poirier or Kuznetzov

19 year old offensive Dman who back-slid on offensive production this season and was below a point per game.

20 year old Dman who hasn't produced offense worth noting anywhere and only managed half a point per game in junior. Also missed a ton of games, and lack of playing time is also not good for development. I mean, a 20 year old former 2nd round pick who played college hockey should have been cleaning up against mostly 17-19 year old junior kids.

Hopefully I'm wrong, but I don't see much there purely from a statistical stand point.
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Old 06-01-2022, 08:02 PM   #363
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Kuznetzov turned 20 three months ago, for the purposes of listing season with age 2021-2002 season he was 19. He wasn't an overaged player or anything. Poirier turns 20 tomorrow.
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Old 06-01-2022, 08:37 PM   #364
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Poirier's skating and stickhandling alone make him a promising prospect-he just has to learn certain aspects of the game. His decreased production this year was a result of being amongst a stacked defense group in Saint John. Same could be said for Francis-he was stuck on the second line with plugs until he got linemates at the trade deadline.

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Old 06-03-2022, 10:24 PM   #365
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Jun.3rd:

Seattle goes up 1-0 in the Finals against Edmonton, with a 2-1 win. No points for Ciona. 19gp/7g/5a/12pts,+6, 22 PIM.
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Old 06-05-2022, 08:06 PM   #366
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Jun.5th:

Seattle and Edmonton are now tied in the Finals at 1 apiece, with the Oil Kings winning 5-4. All zeros for Ciona. 20g/7g/5a/12pts,+6, 22 PIM.
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Old 06-05-2022, 10:46 PM   #368
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Was at the game tonight. Ciona is playing down the lineup, but is an aggressive passer. He’s trying to spot the cross ice guy, not just simple short passes. Very chippy as well. I would expect him to put up some solid production next year once he’s on the top line.
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Jun.7th:

Edmonton beats Seattle 4-0 to go up 2-1 in the finals, so no points for Ciona. 21gp/7g/5a/12pts,+5, 24 PIM.

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Old 06-08-2022, 09:14 PM   #370
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Ciona with a power play goal.

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Jun.8th:

Edmonton beats Seattle 3-2, putting them ahead 3-1 in the finals. Ciona had 1g,-2. 22gp/8g/5a/13pts,+3, 26 PIM.
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Jun.11th:

Seattle cuts Edmonton's lead in the series to 3-2, by winning the game 3-2. Ciona was named first star, with the game-winning goal. 23gp/9g/5a/14pts,+3, 26 PIM.
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Jun.13th:

Edmonton wins the WHL Championship 4-2 over Seattle, by winning 2-0. Ciona finishes with 24gp/9g/5a/14pts,+2, 28 PIM.

Saint John is hosting the Memorial Cup, so we will still get to see our Sea Dogs boys play in that tourney.
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Saint John will be interesting in the Memorial Cup. They fired their coach after the playoffs and have brought in the University of New Brunswick coach. He is only coaching the Memorial Cup and then going back to UNB. Basically a rental coach.

UNB has been a university hockey power for a long while though.
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What a strange situation…..

The coach was former tough guy journeyman Gord Dwyer. I assume the assistant coaches were fired as well? One of them was former Flame Jeff Cowan.

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Jun.20th:

Sea Dogs kick off the Memorial Cup tourney by beating the OHL Champion Hamilton Bulldogs, 5-3. Kuznetsov had 1g,+1.

Poirier had 1a,+2, and a game-high 5 shots.

Francis had 2g,1a,+4, and was tied with Poirier at 5 shots.
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Kuznetsov picks up an assist in the Seadogs' 4-3 loss to the Oil Kings at the Memorial Cup.
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Kuznetsov picks up an assist in the Seadogs' 4-3 loss to the Oil Kings at the Memorial Cup.
Watched the game. The Flames have a really good player.
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Kuz with the assist,+2, and 5 shots. Poirier had no points,+2, and 2 shots.

Francis was not signed by the Flames, so no point in posting his stats, but he was +1 with 3 shots.
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Old 06-23-2022, 09:20 AM   #380
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I'm interested in what Francis does so thanks for posting.

I can't see him getting drafted again, and it'll be interesting to see where he goes after that. Most likely an AHL deal somewhere, and whom knows maybe it'll be with the Calgary Heat. I doubt their relationship soured because an ELC wasn't offered.
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