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  • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

    Originally posted by Hokydad View Post
    I will bet you anything you want that they will finish ahead of RPI more than behind them over the next 5 seasons.
    I'll take that bet big mouth. Koudys is an early to mid round NHL pick... Neal, Laliberte, Haggerty, etc. are studs. Two stud recruit goalies (Diebold, Kasdorf). I don't know what your beef with Coach and our program is but try to be objective.
    Last edited by AspyDad; 04-29-2011, 12:29 PM.
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    • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

      Originally posted by Wholin1 View Post
      I'm (almost) ready to move on...sigh. In any event, nothing we say or do is going to make things any different. So in that vein, and I know there are plenty of reasons that it would not or could not happen but in the way out there department, how about Rick hiring George Roll as his associate head coach?
      Or Dan Fridgen
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      • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

        Originally posted by jericho View Post
        Or Dan Fridgen
        I would be happy with Fridge behind the bench for the dutch great guy

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        • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

          Originally posted by AspyDad View Post
          I'll take that bet big mouth. Koudys is an early to mid round NHL pick... Neal, Laliberte, Haggerty, etc. are studs. Two stud recruit goalies (Diebold, Kasdorf). I don't know what your beef with Coach and our program is but try to be objective.
          Beef with your coach? zero beef, have known for 20+ years and admire greatly.

          I am very objective and I will bet that Union does finish ahead of RPI more over the next 5 years.

          draft picks dont make for great college players.

          Haggerty is a stud? he had 4 goals in 32 games in a junior league. Was tied for 7th with 3 players in F scoring.
          Koudys had 3 points and a minus 1 as a freshman, Union freshman Matt Bodie had 30 points and was a + 30 on the season.

          I made that bet only after one of your pals posted this two faced comment, after sucking up to them on the Union thread.

          [Comment From FlagDUDE08FlagDUDE08: ]
          It took Union 18 years to even win a playoff series. I don't expect them to win a tourney game anytime soon.

          Take your "objective" big mouth comments and go talk to him


          Seeing that Union has finished ahead of RPI the past 4 straight years, it would seem that I am being objective. Sounds like you are not
          Last edited by Hokydad; 04-29-2011, 01:31 PM.

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          • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

            Originally posted by Hokydad View Post
            Beef with your coach? zero beef, have known for 20+ years and admire greatly.

            I am very objective and I will bet that Union does finish ahead of RPI more over the next 5 years.

            draft picks dont make for great college players.

            Haggerty is a stud? he had 4 goals in 32 games in a junior league. Was tied for 7th with 3 players in F scoring.
            Koudys had 3 points and a minus 1 as a freshman, Union freshman Matt Bodie had 30 points and was a + 30 on the season.

            I made that bet only after one of your pals posted this two faced comment, after sucking up to them on the Union thread.

            [Comment From FlagDUDE08FlagDUDE08: ]
            It took Union 18 years to even win a playoff series. I don't expect them to win a tourney game anytime soon.

            Take your "objective" big mouth comments and go talk to him


            Seeing that Union has finished ahead of RPI the past 4 straight years, it would seem that I am being objective. Sounds like you are not
            Are you trying to tell me that Bodie will be better than Koudys? Really. The kid suited up at 17 years old. Rated in the top 100 skaters in North America. Tell UND that draft picks don't make good players. You don't think haggerty is going to be good? He was chosen to play with the cream of the crop of this country's hockey talent. You have known SA for years... is that like the story you spun that you were friends with Adam Oates?
            Last edited by AspyDad; 04-29-2011, 01:51 PM.
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            • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

              Originally posted by Hokydad View Post
              Beef with your coach? zero beef, have known for 20+ years and admire greatly.

              I am very objective and I will bet that Union does finish ahead of RPI more over the next 5 years.

              draft picks dont make for great college players.

              Haggerty is a stud? he had 4 goals in 32 games in a junior league. Was tied for 7th with 3 players in F scoring.
              Koudys had 3 points and a minus 1 as a freshman, Union freshman Matt Bodie had 30 points and was a + 30 on the season.

              I made that bet only after one of your pals posted this two faced comment, after sucking up to them on the Union thread.

              [Comment From FlagDUDE08FlagDUDE08: ]
              It took Union 18 years to even win a playoff series. I don't expect them to win a tourney game anytime soon.

              Take your "objective" big mouth comments and go talk to him


              Seeing that Union has finished ahead of RPI the past 4 straight years, it would seem that I am being objective. Sounds like you are not
              Haggerty had 7 goals in USHL games and others vs. international competition.

              Koudys was never advertised as an offensive defenseman. Furthermore, he is over 2 1/2 years younger than Bodie which makes a big difference.

              BTW, where do you get the +/- stats?
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              • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

                Originally posted by AspyDad View Post
                Are you trying to tell me that Bodie will be better than Koudys? Really. The kid suited up at 17 years old. Rated in the top 100 skaters in North America. Tell UND that draft picks don't make good players. You don't think haggerty is going to be good? He was chosen to play with the cream of the crop of this country's hockey talent. You have known SA for years... is that like the story you spun that you were friends with Adam Oates?
                Not was friends, am friends with

                I do think Haggerty will be fine. Dont care about bottom half NTDP as they dont work out that great. Ask harvard and their 2 or 3 national kids. Outside Grimshaw, have been avg to below avg.

                I have no clue if Body will be better, just know that he is a better D 1 player now and will be so for next couple years . After that, who cares, wont help Union or RPI either way.

                Rempell from natl program was rated by central scouting almost exactly at the same level as Koudy is and has done zero to date, dressed 10 games fresh year and had 3 points in 2 years. central scouting rankings mean nothing. about 75%+ of kids rated from 75-200 never get drafted.

                These are just the undrafted ranked players from his year

                NAME POS RANK FORMER TEAM
                Anton Burdasov LW 20 Chelyabinsk 2
                Sergei Chvanov C 25 Cherepovets 2
                Patrik Cehlin RW 26 Djurgarden Jr.
                Martin Karlsson LW 27 Leksand Jr.
                Kristian Nakyva D 28 Blues Jr.
                Sergei Drozd LW/RW 29 Dynamo Minsk
                Marek Hrivik LW 31 Zilina
                Martin Lundberg C 32 Skelleftea
                Henrik Thegel RW 33 Brynas Jr.
                Daniil Sobchenko C 34 Yaroslavl 2
                Henrik Eriksson LW/RW 35 Djurgarden
                Nikita Dvurechensky LW 36 Dynamo Moscow 2
                Stanislav Bocharov LW 38 Kazan 2
                Dimitri Korobov D 39 Keramin
                Sami Blomqvist LW 40 Blues Jr.
                Jonathan Johansson C 41 Frolunda Jr.
                Andrej Stastny C 42 Trencin Jr.
                Radko Gudas D 43 Beroun
                Oleg Yashin LW 44 Mytischi 2
                Pekka Jormakka LW/RW 45 Jyp
                Gabriel Lemieux D 46 Shawinigan
                Fredrik Styrman D 46 Lulea Jr.
                Andreas Grondahl LW 47 Sodertalje Jr.
                Ondrej Dolezal D 49 Plzen Jr.
                Johannes Tornberg LW 50 Lulea Jr.
                Dmitri Klopov RW 51 Nizhny Novgorod
                Adam Polasek D 52 Vitkovice Jr.
                Jan Kana RW 53 Vitkovice Jr.
                Danny Mattson LW/C 53 Holy Angels
                Reto Schappi C 54 Gck Zurich
                Nikolai Suslo C 55 Gomel
                Daniel Weiss LW/RW 57 Eisbaren Berlin
                Filip Gunnarsson RW 58 Farjestad Jr.
                Niclas Edman D 59 Farjestad Jr.
                Anton Myllari D 60 Vasteras
                Simon Lof D 62 Brynas Jr.
                Alain Berger RW 63 Bern
                Iiro Pakarinen RW 64 Kalpa Jr.
                Joni Karjalainen LW 65 Hifk Jr.
                Andrei Sergeyev D 66 Nizhnekamsk 2
                Etienne Froidevaux C 67 Bern
                Radim Herman LW 68 C. Budejovice Jr.
                Georgi Berdyukov D 69 St. Petersburg 2
                Brennan Yadlowski D 70 Lethbridge
                Patrik Geering D 70 Zurich
                Burke Gallimore RW 71 Saskatoon
                Dennis Bozic D 71 Linkoping
                David Valek RW 72 USA U-18
                Stanislav Solovyev RW 72 Chelyabinsk 2
                Cassidy Mappin LW 73 Red Deer
                Viktor Svedberg D 74 Rogle Jr.
                Thomas Brandl LW/RW 75 Landshut Cann.
                Kevin Puschnik F 76 Heilbronn
                Blake Thompson D 76 Sioux Falls
                Derek Deblois C 77 Hotchkiss School
                Aslan Raisov LW 77 Leninogorsk
                Ryan Daugherty RW 78 Omaha
                Patrik Eklund D 78 Mora
                Martin Olsson C 79 Hv 71 Jr.
                Garrett Peterson RW 80 Lincoln
                Matej Stritesky D 80 Most
                Ju
                Georgy Belousov LW 81 Orsk
                Jakub Jerabek D 82 Plzen Jr.
                Brodie Melnychuk D 83 Brandon
                Kristian Frisk RW 83 Hv 71 Jr.
                Ondrej Palat LW 84 Vitkovice Jr.
                Teemu Eronen D 85 Jokerit Jr.
                Guillaume Goulet RW 86 Baie-Comeau
                Lukas Stoop D 86 Davos
                Semen Valuysky LW 87 Togliatti 2
                Alexander Komaristy C 88 Orsk
                David Gerths RW 88 Lincoln
                Pavel Zotov C 89 Dynamo Moscow 2
                Michal Hlinka RW 90 Chicoutimi
                Joonas Rask C 90 Ilves Jr.
                Brenden Dillon D 91 Seattle
                Gregory Sciaroni LW/RW 91 Ambri
                Carl Ackered D 92 Djurgarden Jr.
                Stepan Novotny RW 93 Kelowna
                Petr Senkerik D 93 Zlin Jr.
                Matthew Tipoff RW 94 Belleville
                Henrich Jabornik D 94 Skalica Jr.
                Pascal Berger LW/RW 95 Bern
                Eddie Larsson D 96 Linkoping Jr.
                John Ramage D 97 USA U-18
                Mikael Aaltonen D 97 Tps Jr.
                Brendan Rempel D 98 USA U-18
                Michal Poletin LW/RW 98 Slavia Jr.
                Anton Lazarev RW 99 Mytischi
                Kyle Beattie C 99 Jr. Monarchs
                Filip Olsson D 100 Aik Jr.
                Justin Dowling C 101 Swift Current
                Luca Camperchioli D 101 Gck Zurich
                Nico Manelius D 102 Jokerit Jr.
                Tim Schaller D 103 Jr. Huskies
                Tony Vidgren D 103 Lukko Jr.
                Peter Sisovsky RW 104 Martin Jr.
                Ondrej Havlicek C 105 Usti N. L. Jr.
                Paul Bezzo D 105 Owen Sound
                Phillipe Lefebvre LW 106 Drummondville
                Jakub Orsava LW/RW 106 Trinec Jr.
                Romain Loeffel D 107 Fribourg Jr.
                Dimitri Kagarlitsky LW 108 Mytischi 2
                Bjorn Krupp D 108 Belleville
                Keegan Flaherty LW 109 Fargo
                Laurin Braun LW/RW 109 Eisbaren Jr.
                Jozef Kentos RW 110 Usti N. L. Jr.
                Hayden Rintoul D 111 Kootenay
                Timur Baraev D 111 St. Petersburg 2
                Jared Festler LW 112 St. Cloud State
                Nikita Klyukin LW/RW 112 Yaroslavl
                Tyler Lapic LW/C 114 New Prague
                Sebastian Erixon D 114 Timra
                Dimitri Vishnevsky D 116 Spartak
                Cory Kane C 117 Vernon
                Pavel Chernov C 117 Mytischi 2
                Yegor Dugin C 118 Chelyabinsk
                Ville Hyvarinen D 119 Kalpa Jr.
                Tristan Scherwey RW 120 Bern Jr.
                Jeremy Langlois RW 121 New Jersey Hitmen
                Tomi Sallinen C 121 Blues
                Sebastian Wannstrom LW/RW 122 Brynas Jr.
                Micheal Fine C 122 Sault Ste. Marie
                Valtteri Virkkunen C 123 Blues Jr.
                Andrej Kudrna LW 124 Vancouver
                Jere Laaksonen C 124 Lukko Jr.
                Yevgeni Timkin RW 125 Omsk
                Berkley Scott LW/C 125 Anoka High School
                Kyle Hughes LW/C 126 Salisbury
                Marc El-Sayed C 126 Heilbronn
                Andrei Kuchin LW 127 Chekhov 2
                Roman Schlagenhauf C 128 Kloten
                Nick Sorkin LW 128 Team Maryland Aaa
                Luke Judson RW 129 Belleville
                Vladimir Korotkov F 129 Krylja Sovetov
                Joseph Campanelli RW 130 Westminster
                Casper Carning LW 131 Frolunda Jr.
                Willie Coetzee RW 132 Red Deer
                Roman Vlach LW 132 Zlin
                Luke Duprey D 133 Andover
                Joonas Hurri D 133 Pelicans Jr.
                Hubert Labrie D 134 Gatineau
                Lee Moffie D 135 Waterloo
                Artem Valerko LW/RW 135 Krylja Sovetov 2
                Kirill Polozov LW/RW 136 Ufa
                Janne Kumpulainen LW 137 Jyp Jr.
                Ludwig Karlsson LW 138 Linkoping Jr.
                Christian Folin D 139 Frolunda Jr.
                Kellan Tochkin RW 139 Everett
                Chris Mccarthy LW 140 USA U-18
                David Ostrizek C 140 Trinec Jr.
                Sean Logue LW 141 South Shore
                Mauro Jorg LW 141 Lugano
                Fredrik Cedergren RW 142 Hv 71 Jr.
                Joe Carrabino D 143 Millbrook
                Christoffer Liljewall LW/RW 143 Rogle
                Alexander Grudakov LW/RW 144 Krylja Sovetov 2
                Anatoli Nikontsev RW 145 Tyumen
                Jacob Goldberg LW 145 Berkshire
                Sebastian Blomstervall C 146 Frolunda Jr.
                Collin Bowman D 147 Kelowna
                Evgeny Mons C 147 Lipetsk
                Henrik Andersen LW 148 Leksand Jr.
                Jonathan Lessard LW 149 Acadie-Bathurst
                Hampus Gustafsson LW 149 Malmo Jr.
                Jan Kovar C 150 Plzen
                Oldrich Horak D 151 Zlin Jr.
                Matthew Konan D 152 Medicine Hat
                Jakub Kania D 152 Trinec Jr.
                Niclas Burstrom D 153 Skelleftea Jr.
                Sean Escobedo D 154 Sioux Falls
                Simon Moser LW/RW 154 Langnau
                Tyler Hostetter D 155 Erie
                Dino Wieser LW 155 Davos
                Jesper Jensen D 156 Rodovre
                Oleg Lee LW 156 Fargo
                Darren Archibald LW 157 Barrie
                Rostislav Marosz C 157 Trinec Jr.
                Martin Stajnoch D 158 Bratislava
                Ryan Mcgregor C 159 Gck Zurich
                Pier-Antoine Dion LW 159 Montreal
                Charlie Taft RW 160 Edina High
                Robin Olsson D 160 Lulea
                Mark Hourihan LW/RW 161 Nobles
                Pavel Akolzin RW 161 Spartak 2
                Tomas Stano D 162 Trencin Jr.
                Nate Schmidt D 163 St. Cloud Cathedral
                Mark Mieritz RW 163 Frolunda Jr.
                Brooks Herrington C 164 Jr. Monarchs
                Sebastian Svendsen C 165 Frolunda Jr.
                Patrick Mullane LW 165 Omaha
                Rasmus Damgaard D 166 Malmo Jr.
                Roman Vasilyev LW 167 Dynamo Moscow 2
                Danill Tarasov F 168 Dynamo Moscow 2
                Andy Andreoff C 168 Oshawa
                Vladimir Malinovsky RW 169 Magnitogorsk 2
                Simon Gronvaldt D 170 Kitchener
                Daniel Hora D 170 Litvinov Jr.
                Matus Rais D 171 Nitra
                A.J. Treais RW 171 USA U-18
                Lauri Karmeniemi D 172 Hpk Jr.
                Luke Curadi D 173 Hartford
                Kai Lehtinen D 173 Blues Jr.
                Mathieu Populus RW 174 Chicoutimi
                John Norman LW/RW 174 Djurgarden Jr.
                Jordan Murray LW 175 U. Of Wisconsin
                Martin Dulak D 175 Nitra Jr.
                Jordan Mayer C 176 Mississauga St. Michael's
                Jakub Ciger C 176 Martin Jr.
                Sergei Yemelin C 177 Ufa 2
                Igor Biryukov LW/RW 178 Cska 2
                Maxim Chudinov D 179 Cherepovets
                Gabriel O'connor D 180 Halifax
                Daniel Brodin RW 180 Djurgarden Jr.
                Marshall Everson LW 181 Edina High
                Henrik Tommernas D 181 Frolunda Jr.
                Jesse Mankinen LW 182 Saipa Jr.
                Rylan Schwartz C 183 Notre Dame
                Maksim Matushkin D 183 Bjorkloven Jr.
                Matias Myttynen C 184 Ilves Jr.
                Patrik Andersson D 185 Brynas Jr.
                Marc Cantin D 185 Belleville
                Brandon Maclean RW 186 Pei
                Martin Uhnak LW 186 Nitra
                Jeremy Boyer C 187 Seattle
                Mikhail Zheleznov LW 187 Cska 2
                Dennis Rasmussen C 188 Vasteras Jr.
                Simon Jodoin D 188 Moncton
                Vladislav Zankovets LW/RW 189 St. Petersburg 2
                Risto Mattila D 190 Karpat Jr.
                David Tuma F 191 Sparta Jr.
                Adam Payerl C 191 Barrie
                Manuel Zigerli LW 192 Basel
                Matt Brown LW 193 Moncton
                Sven Ryser RW 193 Gck Zurich
                Georgiy Gurianov LW 194 Walpole
                Christopher Aspeqvist D 194 Djurgarden Jr.
                Beau Schmitz D 195 Plymouth
                Andreas Kristof LW/RW 195 Djurgarden Jr.
                Ronald (R.J.) Boyd D 196 Cushing Academy
                Juraj Majdan RW 196 Litvinov Jr.
                Steven Whitney C 197 Omaha
                Michal Pichnarcik D 197 Kosice Jr.
                John Henrion RW/C 198 USA U-18
                Alexei Potapov RW 198 Nizhny Novgorod
                Yuri Kuzin C 199 Perm
                Stefan Ulmer D 199 Spokane
                Wes Mcleod D 200 Prince George
                Marco Nowak D 200 Dusseldorf
                Adam Berkle LW 201 Northwood School
                Alexander Krushelnyski LW 203 Chicago
                Mikael Tam D 204 Quebec
                Mike Connolly C 206 U. Minn-Duluth
                Brad Yetman D 207 Rouyn-Noranda
                Justin Agosta D 208 Berkshire
                Alex Wall D 209 Montreal
                Dan O'donoghue LW 210 Ny Bobcats

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                • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

                  Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
                  Haggerty had 7 goals in USHL games and others vs. international competition.

                  Koudys was never advertised as an offensive defenseman. Furthermore, he is over 2 1/2 years younger than Bodie which makes a big difference.

                  BTW, where do you get the +/- stats?
                  Yes he did have 7 goals, you are correct.

                  I dont care if they are 12 or 28, all that matters is both are freshman and playing. Who helps team win more is what matters.

                  Here is Koudys, 3 ponts and a minus 1

                  http://www.ecachockey.com/men/2010-1.../patkoudys0212

                  Here is Bodys, who I short changed. He had 32 points...

                  32 points and a team leading plus 30

                  http://www.ecachockey.com/men/2010-1...s/matbodie3zvd

                  I will also bet you that Unions next 2 classses out perform RPI's

                  UNION
                  .
                  Dillion Pieri-G 4/27/11 Boston Advantage Midget 6'2 180 3-8-92
                  .
                  Sam Coatta-RW 1/19/11 Sioux Falls (USHL) 5'10 175 4-9-90
                  .
                  Daniel Ciampini-LW 12/13/10 St.Mike's (OJHL) 5'11 170 11-25-90 49-42-46-88-64 40-14-16-30-43
                  .
                  Mark Bennett-RW 10/15/10 Oakville (OJHL) 6' 192 7-7-91 45-21-36-57-12
                  .
                  Drew Brown-RC 10/5/10 Kent Prep 5'11 180 4-28-92
                  .
                  Charlie Vasaturo-RD 9/6/10 Salmon Arm (BCHL) 6'3 200 12-7-90 60-7-19-26-70
                  .
                  Shayne Gostisbehere-LD 5/25/10 2011 or 2012 South Kent Prep 5'11 165 4-20-93
                  .
                  Colin Stevens-G 4/16/10 2012 Jr.Bruins (EJHL) 6'2 170 6-30-93
                  .
                  Max Novak-RC 2/15/10 NJ Hitmen (EJHL) 5'11 185 4-15-91
                  .
                  Tyson Fulton-RW 3/24/10 Waterloo (USHL) 5'11 190 9-19-91
                  .
                  Trevor Mingoia-LC 12/8/09 Berkshire Prep 5'10 160 1-22-92
                  .
                  Last edited by Hokydad; 04-29-2011, 03:44 PM.

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                  • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

                    The battle of the Dads should liven things up around here.

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                    • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

                      I apologize in advance to my good Union friends, especially Whollin1 whom I have the greatest respect for. I certainly don't want to conduct this fight on your thread.

                      Hokydad, you must not have looked at the whole ECAC website because you missed the part where Pat Koudys is ranked 76th. No need for you to continue in your ignorance. Please see link.
                      http://www.ecachockey.com/men/member...utingFinalRank

                      I didn't see Bodie's name. Nice player, tons of respect for him but he is not Patty's quality of player. I believe that you will see Pat at the combine. I'm sure you will see him there with your good friends Bobby Orr, Wayne Gretzky and the other people whom you have imaginary relationships with.
                      Last edited by AspyDad; 04-29-2011, 05:47 PM.
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                      • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

                        Originally posted by Hokydad View Post
                        Not was friends, am friends with
                        Please send Oatsie my best. Last time I saw him I had dinner with him, Superman and Elvis. Pathetic.
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                        • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

                          Originally posted by AspyDad View Post
                          Please send Oatsie my best. Last time I saw him I had dinner with him, Superman and Elvis. Pathetic.
                          I am sure you did.

                          Why dont you go back and talk about adding points after the fact to Curadi and puffing the stats up. Just like you told us 1000 times how he was going to get drafted and invited to NHL combines last year. Dont hex this kid with your over the top foolishness either.. Do know Bobby Orr very well, have so for several years. not Gretzky though.

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                          • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

                            Originally posted by AspyDad View Post
                            I apologize in advance to my good Union friends, especially Whollin1 whom I have the greatest respect for. I certainly don't want to conduct this fight on your thread.

                            Hokydad, you must not have looked at the whole ECAC website because you missed the part where Pat Koudys is ranked 76th. No need for you to continue in your ignorance. Please see link.
                            http://www.ecachockey.com/men/member...utingFinalRank

                            I didn't see Bodie's name. Nice player, tons of respect for him but he is not Patty's quality of player. I believe that you will see Pat at the combine. I'm sure you will see him there with your good friends Bobby Orr, Wayne Gretzky and the other people whom you have imaginary relationships with.
                            "Patty's"

                            Draft picks are a guess going forward/projecting out, not who they are as a player today or how much they can help their team over the next couple years. UNH had a kid who didnt dress a single game who was drafted and so didnt others. Draft picks dont make teams better, the players do.

                            Laughable to think that you think the RPI kid is close to the Union player, as we speak or for next season.

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                            • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

                              Originally posted by Hokydad View Post
                              I am sure you did.

                              Why dont you go back and talk about adding points after the fact to Curadi and puffing the stats up. Just like you told us 1000 times how he was going to get drafted and invited to NHL combines last year. Dont hex this kid with your over the top foolishness either.. Do know Bobby Orr very well, have so for several years. not Gretzky though.
                              Why bring Luke into this. I hope you know these people you say you do but I have found that people that name drop to validate their opinions are not always dealing in reality. I wonder what Bobby Orr or Oatsie would say about your constant trashing of Luke. I actually met Mr. Orr at the Albany Airport and he was gracious and lovely. He was my boyhood hero. I know he would never do what you do and trash young men honing their craft and trying to get an education. I also take offense that you would accuse Mr. Baer of puffing stats up. I don't know Mr. Baer personally but he is the dean of all USCHO posters and his integrity speaks for itself.
                              Last edited by AspyDad; 04-29-2011, 06:45 PM.
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                              • Re: Union Hockey 2011 Off Season Thread-"Union, We've Paid Our Dues"

                                I didn't see Bodie's name. Nice player, tons of respect for him but he is not Patty's quality of player. I believe that you will see Pat at the combine. I'm sure you will see him there with your good friends Bobby Orr, Wayne Gretzky and the other people whom you have imaginary relationships with.[/QUOTE]

                                You wont see his name because he is not eligible. Do you get the concept

                                PRINCETON, NJ - Sophomore goaltender Keith Kinkaid and freshman defenseman Mat Bodie both earned spots on 2010-11 All-CHN (College Hockey News) teams. Kinkaid earned All-CHN Second Team honors, while Bodie earned a spot on the All-Rookie team.

                                Kinkaid, an All-American candidate, finished the year with a record of 25-10-3, compiling a save percentage of .920 and a school-record goals-against average of 1.99. Kinkaid earned the Ken Dryden Award as ECAC Hockey's Goaltender of the Year, becoming the first Union goaltender to win the award since Trevor Koenig in 1997.

                                Bodie, who was also named to the ECAC Hockey All-Rookie team, finished the season with 32 points (six goals, 26 assists), breaking the school single season record for points by a defenseman set by Mike Schreiber in 2010. Bodie finished the season second in scoring among ECAC Hockey defensemen.

                                Here is the remainder of the 2010-11 All-CHN teams:

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