Is Anthony Camara the answer?

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    Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    Could this kid get his shot on the fourth line? I think the Bruins will move up Paille to the 3rd line and add someone to the 4th. This kid hits like a truck, can fight and even has some offensive potential. The hit he layed in the World juniors really caught my attention. I just think the kid is a julien and Bruin type player that might get a look. chiarelli seems like he will sit tight for now and promote a youngster. I know everyone wants Spooner and Koko but it hard to crack the top 6 in Boston.

     
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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    Is the question "which Bruins prospect was suspended in the OHL playoffs twice, the second time for a dirty hit on another Bruins prospect?"

    He'll need some seasoning.  He'll need to respect the Bruins's level of discipline.

     

     

    Are you not entertained?!?!

     
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    In response to Bookboy007's comment:

    Is the question "which Bruins prospect was suspended in the OHL playoffs twice, the second time for a dirty hit on another Bruins prospect?"

    He'll need some seasoning.  He'll need to respect the Bruins's level of discipline.

     

     

    Are you not entertained?!?!



    I agree Book. At this point, Camara is still more question than answer. 

     
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    In response to lucicfan's comment:

     This kid hits like a truck, can fight and even has some offensive potential. 



    Yes he does...........while in the OHL. He's a little over a year removed from being a 3rd line player ( Saginaw ) with average skills before breaking out getting first line minutes with Barrie.

    He has much to improve on. Off to Providence to learn the pro game would be in his best interests is my thinking.

     
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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    Now if Camara crushes it in camp and plays lights out in his exhibition games should he still go to Providence ?

    Is the 4th line set no matter how well any prospect does ?





     
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    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:

    Now if Camara crushes it in camp and plays lights out in his exhibition games should he still go to Providence ?

    Is the 4th line set no matter how well any prospect does ?





     



    San, there's not a player in camp that won't have a chance to make it if they're deserving. If someone is playing well enough to unseat a regular then so be it. PC will make a move to fit them in if they deserve it. I remember the year that Bergeron came into camp and won his job as an 18 year old. B's brass said consistently that Bergeron left them no choice. My guess is if they earn it they stay.

     
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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    In response to Chowdahkid-'s comment:

     

    In response to lucicfan's comment:

     

     This kid hits like a truck, can fight and even has some offensive potential. 

     



    Yes he does...........while in the OHL. He's a little over a year removed from being a 3rd line player ( Saginaw ) with average skills before breaking out getting first line minutes with Barrie.

    He has much to improve on. Off to Providence to learn the pro game would be in his best interests is my thinking.

     

     



    Chowda, in your opinion how much of his offensive potential shown this year can be attrubuted to having 2011 Jet first-rounder Scheifele as his center?  As you said that's top line placement. 

     

     
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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    also, are we moving Paille to the off wing? soda can't play the RW, because of his whole being half blind thing. 

     
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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    There's a big difference between the AHL and playing against teenagers. I think it would take a lot for him to make the team. I like Paille a lot but I think playing on the fourth line better suits him.

     
     
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    In response to Chowdahkid-'s comment:

    In response to lucicfan's comment:
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     This kid hits like a truck, can fight and even has some offensive potential. 

     

    thanks, I respect your opinion

    Yes he does...........while in the OHL. He's a little over a year removed from being a 3rd line player ( Saginaw ) with average skills before breaking out getting first line minutes with Barrie.

    He has much to improve on. Off to Providence to learn the pro game would be in his best interests is my thinking.

     

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    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:

    Now if Camara crushes it in camp and plays lights out in his exhibition games should he still go to Providence ?

    Is the 4th line set no matter how well any prospect does ?





     


     
    Tend to agree San.  Seems like there are 2 bottom-6 forward spots open.  Competition between; Soderberg, Smith, Fraser, Spooner, Caron, Camper, Knight or whomever should be pretty fierce.

    Camara's style seems like he could fit in nicely to a bottom-6 role if he's ready for it.

     
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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    Camara can

     
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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    PC's comments from today:

    Challenge for Third Line Spot

    "We’ve got enough candidates that are vying for these jobs that I’m going to wait and see how they play. I have a general sense of how I think it’ll end up, but I’m not going to comment on it publicly because I want to see."

    Likely candidates are Jordan Caron, who's now entering his fourth season pro, new "prospects" Reilly Smith and Matt Fraser acquired from Dallas in the July 4 trade, and Jared Knight could be in the mix as well.

    Even Anthony Camara will help provide a healthy dose of competition, coming into his first training camp.

    "I’m not discounting him playing on our NHL team," said Chiarelli. "But he will probably end up in Providence."

    "There’s a lot of guys trying to earn jobs. [The American Hockey League] is a good training ground for a player like Anthony."


    http://bruins.nhl.com/club/blogpost.htm?id=19051&navid=DL|BOS|home

     
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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    So Pandwaful might get another camp invite them LoL





     
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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    In keeping with the thread topic. No. Unless he pulls a Lucic or Bergeron.  Otherwise promote from within.  No names as it may change the thread!  Hehe. 

     

     
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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    Quick article on Camara from today.

    http://bruins.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=677954

     

     
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    Good stuff Crowls.





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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:

    Now if Camara crushes it in camp and plays lights out in his exhibition games should he still go to Providence ?


    This if scenario and question could be asked with any Bruins prospect...................not just Camara. 

     
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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    In response to stanjon's comment:

    why are we talking about a guy who may never see a NHL ice surface. If

     there are not any worthwhile topics to talk about then don't create any . Do not feel obliged to create a thread just for the sake of creating one.

     





    Very useful thoughts.

    Let's create a thread that stanjon thinks is a worthwhile topic................maybe one complaining what others are discussing.

     
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    In response to RichHillOntario's comment:

    Chowda, in your opinion how much of his offensive potential shown this year can be attrubuted to having 2011 Jet first-rounder Scheifele as his center?  As you said that's top line placement. 

     

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    My opinion ?

    He improved as a player ( mostly puck handling and hockey sense ) in one years time more then any other Bruins prospect that I've seen in recent times.

    He also played with arguably the best offensive player in the OHL last year.

    I'm thinking if he had been stuck playing a third line role ( as in the past ) his game wouldn't have improved nowhere near as much as it did.

    Playing with Scheifele and producing the way he did, had to install confidence in Camara that he could play an offensive game too...................... not just a running around the ice hitting, fighting, physical forward.

     
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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    In response to Chowdahkid-'s comment:

    I'm thinking if he had been stuck playing a third line role ( as in the past ) his game wouldn't have improved nowhere near as much as it did.

    Playing with Scheifele and producing the way he did, had to install confidence in Camara that he could play an offensive game too...................... not just a running around the ice hitting, fighting, physical forward.



    That makes allot of sense, need to send Barrie's coach I nice thank you gift.

    Coaches like whistles

     
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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    If none of these players : Smith, Fraser, Spooner, Caron, Camper, Knight, Camara ....cannot replace Thornton on the 4th line ...my advice to them is : hey kids retire right now and do something else, hockey is not,for you





     

     



     

     Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011 & 4 more Cups by 2020

     
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    Re: Is Anthony Camara the answer?

    Is Thornton a UFA after this year???  No chance he gets re-signed.

     
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