Linus Arnesson is the pick

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    "There was a question?"-Dezzafoolchi

    Dez you're starting to bore me. Here's the question you're so ztupid you didn't even notice--
    "Answer this if you can--in what position number was PK Subban, the Norris winning defenseman, drafted?" Think really really hard, that was a question, unless perhaps you've never heard the word "question" before? I somehow think that may be the case. At any rate you lead an incredibly sheltered life stimulated only by autographed pictures of Tomas Kaberle handing from your nursery walls.

     
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    In response to OrrEspoCash's comment:

    "There was a question?"-Dezzafoolchi

    Dez you're starting to bore me. Here's the question you're so ztupid you didn't even notice--
    "Answer this if you can--in what position number was PK Subban, the Norris winning defenseman, drafted?" Think really really hard, that was a question, unless perhaps you've never heard the word "question" before? I somehow think that may be the case. At any rate you lead an incredibly sheltered life stimulated only by autographed pictures of Tomas Kaberle handing from your nursery walls.


    Ask this guy if you need answers to rhetorical questions. 
    http://www.google.ca/

     
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    The prosecution rests, your Honor, in the case of Sanity vs. Dezaruchi. Nighty night Dez, I'ved tooled you enough for one day.

    I think he lost a couple of Chicklets Fred--The Turk

    The goal isn't for the Bruins to take a beating for the team, it's to cause the opponents to take a beating for theirs.

     
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    In response to OrrEspoCash's comment:

    The prosecution rests, your Honor, in the case of Sanity vs. Dezaruchi. Nighty night Dez, I'ved tooled you enough for one day.

    I think he lost a couple of Chicklets Fred--The Turk

    The goal isn't for the Bruins to take a beating for the team, it's to cause the opponents to take a beating for theirs.



    Interesting......I've never heard someone describe being a tool as having "tooled". Try this out and maybe you won't look as dumb. Sure, you probably will but maybe not.

    http://thesaurus.com/

     

     
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    In response to OrrEspoCash's comment:

    The one constant in the life of Dizzyruchi is he never answers the question. I guess it's akin to pleading the Fifth, and in his case it's the right to not admit his stupidity. Fair point Dez, I don't blame you!



    Grow up, Orr.  This is pathetic.  Instead of posting about dez over and over, back up your argument.

    If you spent half as much time looking at the draft as you do trying to keep up with dez, you might not be so widely mocked and ridiculed here.

    Don't make arguments if you are afraid to back them up.  See above if you don't understand what I mean.

     

     
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    In response to OrrEspoCash's comment:

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    The one constant in the life of Dizzyruchi is he never answers the question. I guess it's akin to pleading the Fifth, and in his case it's the right to not admit his stupidity. Fair point Dez, I don't blame you!

     



    Grow up, Orr.  This is pathetic.  Instead of posting about dez over and over, back up your argument.

     

    If you spent half as much time looking at the draft as you do trying to keep up with dez, you might not be so widely mocked and ridiculed here.

    Don't make arguments if you are afraid to back them up.  See above if you don't understand what I mean.

     

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    Fletch, the sad part is that I've seen Subban play quite a bit this year and I like his game. That said, I don't think PC should have drafted him almost 100 slots ahead of where he eventually went. He might end up being decent. He also may end up in the coast. My opinion of him remains unswayed though, considering OEC knows nothing about him outside of his name. 

     
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    Fletch, the sad part is that I've seen Subban play quite a bit this year and I like his game. That said, I don't think PC should have drafted him almost 100 slots ahead of where he eventually went. He might end up being decent. He also may end up in the coast. My opinion of him remains unswayed though, considering OEC knows nothing about him outside of his name. 

     



    It's obvious that OEC only knows the name of one player in the draft and therefore thinks that player should be taken, no matter what pick it was.  We're dealing with a child there.

    I think Subban would be interesting, but you also gotta figure that he has been scouted heavily by just about every team.  Add in the bloodlines, and if every team was willing to pass on him 3 or 4 times in favor of other guys, there does seem to be a scouting consensus that he is a) not his brother, and b) somewhat of a longshot to make the league.

    We'll see...

     
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    Fletch, the sad part is that I've seen Subban play quite a bit this year and I like his game. That said, I don't think PC should have drafted him almost 100 slots ahead of where he eventually went. He might end up being decent. He also may end up in the coast. My opinion of him remains unswayed though, considering OEC knows nothing about him outside of his name. 

     

     



    It's obvious that OEC only knows the name of one player in the draft and therefore thinks that player should be taken, no matter what pick it was.  We're dealing with a child there.

     

    I think Subban would be interesting, but you also gotta figure that he has been scouted heavily by just about every team.  Add in the bloodlines, and if every team was willing to pass on him 3 or 4 times in favor of other guys, there does seem to be a scouting consensus that he is a) not his brother, and b) somewhat of a longshot to make the league.

    We'll see...

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    He played bigger than his size whenever I saw him but he's extremely small to be a pro D man. Maybe he will excel and eventually be like Krug but the odds are certainly against it. 

     
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    Makes me laugh when people on here call a DRAFT pick a bust before the guy plays one gm. I think the Bs scouting dept has a pretty good idea what they're doing and PC clearly knows what he's doing and he has ring to back it up.

     
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    Seeing the Bulls live this year 3 times and on the tube I came away thinking there's no way that Subban would be picked as high as some on here thought.

    His size was the determining factor for me. Offensively he was okay but he had trouble down low with bigger talented forwards in his own end.

    I'm thinking where he got picked was about right........ mid rounds.







     
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    In response to xdrive's comment:

    Who names their kid "Linus" ??




    lol

     
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    In response to Chowdahkid-'s comment:

    Seeing the Bulls live this year 3 times and on the tube I came away thinking there's no way that Subban would be picked as high as some on here thought.



    Guilty of the hype, scouts were not.

     

    Holtari must have been at the U20 championships this year and seen Arenesson. Everytime Gaudreau and Grimaldi, during the gold medal game, tried to use there speed and split the D Big Linus kept them at bay. I doubt he even comes over.

     
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    Here you go boys...  Linus Arnesson #8   Team Sweden = World Junior Championships 2013

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUl1dqW6B9Q

     

    Peace!!

     
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    Just when I was ready to shut down for a few weeks and take a break -- along comes free entertainment. It's the brutal banter you guys put forth -- priceless. Keep it up guys -- before you know it -- training camp, exibition, regular season -- can't wait.

     
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    On another note, I'm really pulling for Blidh.  I hope he develops into the kind of two way player with leadership skills who will be a Captain one day. 

     

     

    Are you not entertained?!?!

     
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    In response to Bookboy007's comment:

    On another note, I'm really pulling for Blidh.  I hope he develops into the kind of two way player with leadership skills who will be a Captain one day. 

     

     

    Are you not entertained?!?!



    Can't you just say "he's the next ...."

    I've seen him play a lot and I see some potential.  I've also been to Santiago, Chile twice last year.

     
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    I doubt he even comes over.



    You mean another Yeti in training?

     
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    On another note, I'm really pulling for Blidh.  I hope he develops into the kind of two way player with leadership skills who will be a Captain one day. 

     

     

    Are you not entertained?!?!

     



    Can't you just say "he's the next ...."

     

    I've seen him play a lot and I see some potential.  I've also been to Santiago, Chile twice last year.

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    I just wanted to hear Jack call goals by Captain Blidh.

     
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    In response to jmwalters' comment:

    I doubt he even comes over.



    You mean another Yeti in training ? [/QUOTE]


    Less games, less hitting, open ice and Victoria Silvsdet look a-likes waiting for you after the game.

     

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