Alexander Khokhlachev

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    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

    Most prospects don't turn into NHL players.  If a deal needs to be done, do it.

    Last year, Knight was "untouchable".

     



    Sobotka was untouchable at one point.  As was Matt Lashoff.  As was Joe Colbourne.

     
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    In response to Drewski5's comment:

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

     

    Most prospects don't turn into NHL players.  If a deal needs to be done, do it.

    Last year, Knight was "untouchable".

     

     



    Sobotka was untouchable at one point.  As was Matt Lashoff.  As was Joe Colbourne.

     




    When was Sobotka untouchable? Never heard that one..I acutally never heard or read it for any of the three you mentioned.

     
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    Sobotka was untouchable at one point.  As was Matt Lashoff.  As was Joe Colbourne.

     

     




    When was Sobotka untouchable? Never heard that one..I acutally never heard or read it for any of the three you mentioned.

     




    Colbourne was untouchable for some people.  They're the ones who say PC overpaid for Kaberle.

     
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    As for his numbers - remember the goofy stats Yannick Riendeau had that made everyone want to trade Ryder and slot him into Ryder's spot?  Yea....




    You read my mind Book.

     
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    In response to Drewski5's comment:

     

    Sobotka was untouchable at one point.  As was Matt Lashoff.  As was Joe Colbourne.

     

     




    When was Sobotka untouchable? Never heard that one..I acutally never heard or read it for any of the three you mentioned.

     

     




    Drew also asked me how I could dare suggest Bourque be put on waivers and that he'd definitely be claimed if exposed. Me thinks Providence Drew tends to over value the players he watches live at the Dunk. That can easily happen. I know this because I always thought St. Louis would be good even back when he won a Calder Cup here in Saint John.

     

     
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    And were you ever wrong about Marty St. Louis!

     
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    I've never had a problem with you but now you're going to try and dig at my intelligence? Get bent.

     

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    Well seriously...Why bring up a name that isn't of the same niche' of a particular player to base your arguement? So if you're knowledgeable enough to know the distiction of the two why mention it? 

     
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    And were you ever wrong about Marty St. Louis!




    I figured you'd get my nonsensical joke. I was right about that too.

     
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    Koko and Spooner on the same team? I don't think so, unless the Bruins are planning on revamping their entire approach, which they're not. One or the other will be traded eventually, and I assume it's Koko. No reasonable offer that can solidify the team this year should be refused.

     
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    Koko and Spooner on the same team? I don't think so, unless the Bruins are planning on revamping their entire approach, which they're not. One or the other will be traded eventually, and I assume it's Koko. No reasonable offer that can solidify the team this year should be refused.



    Explain...

    They might move prosepcts, they might not, why have you decided one scenario can't happen?

     
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    You no touchie da Koko.  He's better than Spooner or Knight.




    Totally disagree Koko does have the highest Potential but Spooner is a much better player right now and is much closer to being NHL ready.   At this point no one can say if Koko will reach his potential.  His 2 goals and 5 assists in 26 KHL games make me think there is some bust potential.

     
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    I've never had a problem with you but now you're going to try and dig at my intelligence? Get bent.

     



    Well seriously...Why bring up a name that isn't of the same niche' of a particular player to base your arguement? So if you're knowledgeable enough to know the distiction of the two why mention it? 

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    Because its relevant. Big name, high profile player that was recently acquired by a team that had a similar playing style as the Bruins. They aren't the exact same type of player but they are both counted on for scoring. I fail to see how you don't notice some parallels there. Not too mention it wasn't really an argument, I was just poking fun for the sake of debate, hence the smiley face. I never said Perry and Nash are the same player, they are similar in the sense that they are both all-star calibre players though.

     
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    He's 19 1/2 yrs old, 5' 10" 172 lbs. Sorry but those are not numbers I like. 

    Can't knock his scoring in the O, but he's a 50/50 at best to make the NHL let alone be a star. If he can be part of a package to get Perry, DO IT.
     

     
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    He's 19 1/2 yrs old, 5' 10" 172 lbs. Sorry but those are not numbers I like. 

    Can't knock his scoring in the O, but he's a 50/50 at best to make the NHL let alone be a star. If he can be part of a package to get Perry, DO IT.
     




    Did you do well at poker on Sunday? I hope so.

     
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    Well seriously...Why bring up a name that isn't of the same niche' of a particular player to base your arguement? So if you're knowledgeable enough to know the distiction of the two why mention it? 

     

     Because its relevant. Big name, high profile player that was recently acquired by a team that had a similar playing style as the Bruins. They aren't the exact same type of player but they are both counted on for scoring. I fail to see how you don't notice some parallels there. Not too mention it wasn't really an argument, I was just poking fun for the sake of debate, hence the smiley face. I never said Perry and Nash are the same player, they are similar in the sense that they are both all-star calibre players though.

     

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    OK! I apologize I didn't see the smiley face & this is a better explanation. Honestly I'd take either Nash, or Perry, but not for the amount of money they asked, or will be asking for. I would however give up a Khokhlachev & draft picks & a Peverly, or Horton if it could bring in a Perry, or a Ryan. Even if is was just a rental, because any of these guys would be a big help for a cup this yr.

     
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    In response to Fletcher1's comment:

    In response to chetgnat's comment:

     

    Koko and Spooner on the same team? I don't think so, unless the Bruins are planning on revamping their entire approach, which they're not. One or the other will be traded eventually, and I assume it's Koko. No reasonable offer that can solidify the team this year should be refused.

     



    Explain...

     

    They might move prosepcts, they might not, why have you decided one scenario can't happen?



    The Bruins team philosophy does not lend itself to small (5' 10", 180 lbs), offensive-minded forwards. The team approach is defense-out, and that is generally more easily accomplished with bigger bodies, or naturally defensive-minded players. From what I understand, neither of these two players are primarily defensive, nor are they particularly "tough", and so would not fit into the team's philosophy. Although I admit I haven't seen much of either, Koko seems to be more purely offensive, and less eager to change in that regard. If they can get a legit NHL 2-way depth forward for the stretch run, I think they should/would take it.  

    Just my $0.02.

     
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    I don't know why people can't just be easy to get along with like I always am.

     
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    In response to chetgnat's comment:

    In response to Fletcher1's comment:

     

    In response to chetgnat's comment:

     

    Koko and Spooner on the same team? I don't think so, unless the Bruins are planning on revamping their entire approach, which they're not. One or the other will be traded eventually, and I assume it's Koko. No reasonable offer that can solidify the team this year should be refused.

     



    Explain...

     

    They might move prosepcts, they might not, why have you decided one scenario can't happen?

     



    The Bruins team philosophy does not lend itself to small (5' 10", 180 lbs), offensive-minded forwards. The team approach is defense-out, and that is generally more easily accomplished with bigger bodies, or naturally defensive-minded players. From what I understand, neither of these two players are primarily defensive, nor are they particularly "tough", and so would not fit into the team's philosophy. Although I admit I haven't seen much of either, Koko seems to be more purely offensive, and less eager to change in that regard. If they can get a legit NHL 2-way depth forward for the stretch run, I think they should/would take it.  

     

    Just my $0.02.




    You have heard of Brad Marchand, right?

     
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    He's 19 1/2 yrs old, 5' 10" 172 lbs. Sorry but those are not numbers I like. 

    Can't knock his scoring in the O, but he's a 50/50 at best to make the NHL let alone be a star. If he can be part of a package to get Perry, DO IT.
     

     




    Did you do well at poker on Sunday? I hope so.

     



    Nyet. I was 12th out of 40. One good hand and GRINDING the rest of the time. We play at a bar, St Peppers, and this was one of the 2 annual big Tourneys. No money, just buying beer and food to support the bar. They always put the Bruins game on for me so I try to be a good customer. 

     

     
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    In response to dezaruchi's comment:

    I don't know why people can't just be easy to get along with like I always am.



    I don't know Dez..Everyone should just be as charming, happy & non-arguementive as you then this place would never suk! Right NAS?

     
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    You have heard of Brad Marchand, right?

     

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    Yes, but I think he's an exception. Many very good smallish players, but I prefer some meat on the bones. Perry is big!

     
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    Nyet. I was 12th out of 40. One good hand and GRINDING the rest of the time. We play at a bar, St Peppers, and this was one of the 2 annual big Tourneys. No money, just buying beer and food to support the bar. They always put the Bruins game on for me so I try to be a good customer. 

     

     What good hand did you have? I lost $2500 one nite on a straight flush at a casino in Calgary! Haven't played a serious game of poker since. IF you can't win on a straight flush, someone is trying to tell you you're not supposed to be playing poker. lol

     




     

     
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    In response to NeelyOrrBourque's comment:

    In response to dezaruchi's comment:

     

    I don't know why people can't just be easy to get along with like I always am.

     



    I don't know Dez..Everyone should just be as charming, happy & non-arguementive as you then this place would never suk! Right NAS?

     




    I really crack myself up sometimes. :)

     
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    Did you do well at poker on Sunday? I hope so.

     

     



    Nyet. I was 12th out of 40. One good hand and GRINDING the rest of the time. We play at a bar, St Peppers, and this was one of the 2 annual big Tourneys. No money, just buying beer and food to support the bar. They always put the Bruins game on for me so I try to be a good customer. 

     

     



    Sounds like a lot of fun anyway. I also didn't realize you spoke so many languages. First Canadian and now Russian. You're really a renaissance man. :)

     
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    Re: Alexander Khokhlachev

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     What good hand did you have? I lost $2500 one nite on a straight flush at a casino in Calgary! Haven't played a serious game of poker since. IF you can't win on a straight flush, someone is trying to tell you you're not supposed to be playing poker. lol


     

     



    If you can't win on a straight flush, someone is trying to tell you they stacked the deck.

     

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