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Old 12-05-2009, 11:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I can,t believe P.K. Subban can,t make NHL I have been watching this kids for 3 years in OHL for Belleville Bulls wow there must be a huge huge difference between junior hockey and NHL
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I can,t believe P.K. Subban can,t make NHL I have been watching this kids for 3 years in OHL for Belleville Bulls wow there must be a huge huge difference between junior hockey and NHL
From what I understand he's been playing well in Hamilton and he has 6 goals and 7 assists in 24 games, so for a defenseman he's putting up pretty good numbers. I think in a year our two he'll be on Montreal, maybe even a call up for a short period of time this year
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He looked amazing at the WJ's. I seem to remember him best for sneaking in from the point when the puck was down low.

Sometimes it takes a D-man a few years to adjust to playing against men instead of teenagers.

Remember that every level is the best of the best from the previous one. The AHL is the best of the best from all the junior leagues. The NHL is the 700+ best in the world.

The Habs have a keeper in P.K.
He and Markov should make a killer PP unit in a couple of seasons.
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even thou I hate him with a passion he is great on the blue line and especially powerplays
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even thou I hate him with a passion he is great on the blue line and especially powerplays
lol with your OP I thought you were a fan.

He has the ability to sneak in from the point into the slot somewhere. It makes him more dangerous than just a big shot from the point.
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lol with your OP I thought you were a fan.

He has the ability to sneak in from the point into the slot somewhere. It makes him more dangerous than just a big shot from the point.
I am a fan and yes he is pretty much dangerous any part of his game except he doesn,t hit a lot but very offensive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Montreal tries not to rush their prospects. Subban, while talented, had rough edges around his game and if you've watched some Bulldogs games, it shows. Giving him significant time in the AHL helps to adjust his game to the professional level. He'll be in the NHL soon, don't worry.
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Montreal tries not to rush their prospects. Subban, while talented, had rough edges around his game and if you've watched some Bulldogs games, it shows. Giving him significant time in the AHL helps to adjust his game to the professional level. He'll be in the NHL soon, don't worry.
even how good Del Zotto was for the Oshawa Generals in the OHL last 3 seasons I wouldn,t even dream that Del Zotto would make NHL faster than Subban!

I wonder how much difference there is between AHL and NHL ? I can,t see much difference except for your elite players in the NHL
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even how good Del Zotto was for the Oshawa Generals in the OHL last 3 seasons I wouldn,t even dream that Del Zotto would make NHL faster than Subban!
Subban is also much more of a project than Del Zotto ever was.

When Subban was drafted, it was expected that he would be four or five years away from the NHL. He's on pace for that expectation.
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Subban is also much more of a project than Del Zotto ever was.

When Subban was drafted, it was expected that he would be four or five years away from the NHL. He's on pace for that expectation.
well I guess thats all out the window Del Zotto 13th in defensemen in the NHL! where is Subban hahaha?
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