Remember the name Matt Fraser in this trade!

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    Remember the name Matt Fraser in this trade!

    This kid is tough, quick release, loves the physical play and has scored everywhere he has played recently. I visit Austin allot saw allot of Stars games, moved there in October and saw him play in 2012 a bunch of times.

    I know some wanted a 1st round pick back but don't worry this kid is immediatly a better scorer and prospect than Caron (sorry Dez), Cunningham, Spooner and Bourque. 23 year old stud!

     
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    Excellent news,...have not heard of him,.

     
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    I certainly hope so otherwise I think this trade is a bust.  Seguin too much upside to give up on.  Maybe he was immature but that is easily fixed. 

    Again, I think there's more to this trade and that's the free cap space.

     
     
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    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:

    This kid is tough, quick release, loves the physical play and has scored everywhere he has played recently. I visit Austin allot saw allot of Stars games, moved there in October and saw him play in 2012 a bunch of times.

    I know some wanted a 1st round pick back but don't worry this kid is immediatly a better scorer and prospect than Caron (sorry Dez), Cunningham, Spooner and Bourque. 23 year old stud!



    Is his style similar to James Neal, San?

     
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    In response to BsLegion's comment:

    I certainly hope so otherwise I think this trade is a bust.  Seguin too much upside to give up on.  Maybe he was immature but that is easily fixed. 

    Again, I think there's more to this trade and that's the free cap space.

     



    It would seem so, Legion. 

     
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    I'm as big on Morrow as you are on Fraser San. He's going to be a solid, solid D. He won't light up the scoresheet, though he does have some offensive upside, but he's got a howitzer of a shot, and he's great at digging out the puck. He's also got a pretty solid transition game. He has no fear in his corners and is very sound positionally.

    This strikes me as a screwy trade but if Fraser is as good as I've seen from Morrow, and Eriksson can play RW, then it may be a good one for the Bruins afterall.

     
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    In response to RichHillOntario's comment:

    This kid is tough, quick release, loves the physical play and has scored everywhere he has played recently. I visit Austin allot saw allot of Stars games, moved there in October and saw him play in 2012 a bunch of times.

    I know some wanted a 1st round pick back but don't worry this kid is immediatly a better scorer and prospect than Caron (sorry Dez), Cunningham, Spooner and Bourque. 23 year old stud!



    Is his style similar to James Neal, San? [/QUOTE]


    Scouts say Clarkson (where have I heard that name recently ?) but Fraser has a quicker release so I am inclined to say, because of his size (not height), more like Tavares. But doesn't have the overall vision of a center, just gets to the net and doesn't mind the contact at all.

     

     
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    In response to RichHillOntario's comment:

    This kid is tough, quick release, loves the physical play and has scored everywhere he has played recently.I visit Austin allot saw allot of Stars games, moved there in October and saw him play in 2012 a bunch of times.

     

    I know some wanted a 1st round pick back but don't worry this kid is immediatly a better scorer and prospect than Caron (sorry Dez), Cunningham, Spooner and Bourque. 23 year old stud!



    Is his style similar to James Neal, San?




     

     

    Scouts say Clarkson (where have I heard that name recently ?) but Fraser has a quicker release so I am inclined to say, because of his size (not height), more like Tavares. But doesn't have the overall vision of a center, just gets to the net and doesn't mind the contact at all.

     

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    So does this at the bottom of the talent analysis.

    http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/matt_fraser/

     
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    I'm as big on Morrow as you are on Fraser San. He's going to be a solid, solid D. He won't light up the scoresheet, though he does have some offensive upside, but he's got a howitzer of a shot, and he's great at digging out the puck. He's also got a pretty solid transition game. He has no fear in his corners and is very sound positionally.

    This strikes me as a screwy trade but if Fraser is as good as I've seen from Morrow, and Eriksson can play RW, then it may be a good one for the Bruins afterall.




    Bruins fans on HFboards think that Morrow was the great add in the deal. Allot of Dallas fans are not happy Morrow is leaving. I liked what I have seen of Morrow but haven't seen him as much as you have.

    Sorry Seguin fans but PC couldn't predict the cap going down.

     
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    Can anyone explain why we are so relunctant to put Savard on LTIR ?

     
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    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:

     

    This kid is tough, quick release, loves the physical play and has scored everywhere he has played recently. I visit Austin allot saw allot of Stars games, moved there in October and saw him play in 2012 a bunch of times.

    I know some wanted a 1st round pick back but don't worry this kid is immediatly a better scorer and prospect than Caron (sorry Dez), Cunningham, Spooner and Bourque. 23 year old stud!

     




    Don't apologize San. As soon as I saw the deal I thought that Caron would be the most upset about it. I like getting some young depth. No complaints from me about this deal.

     

     
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    Scouts say Clarkson (where have I heard that name recently ?) but Fraser has a quicker release so I am inclined to say, because of his size (not height), more like Tavares. But doesn't have the overall vision of a center, just gets to the net and doesn't mind the contact at all.


    So does this at the bottom of the talent analysis.

    http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/matt_fraser/ [/QUOTE]


    Like I said that is what scouts say about him.

     
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    Morrow should be ready within a year or two no?




     
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    http://www.hockeyprospectus.com/unfiltered/?p=358

     

    Oh RHO, hockeysfuture is laime they barely update there site. Now hockeyprospectus ? They have their shiite together!

     





     
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    http://www.hockeyprospectus.com/unfiltered/?p=358

     

    Oh RHO, hockeysfuture is laime they barely update there site. Now hockeyprospectus ? They have their shiite together!

     





     



    Cheers San.  I did see their take on Fraser was old. 

     
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     Will he score 29 goals in a season or lead the team in scoring?

     
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     Will he score 29 goals in a season or lead the team in scoring?



    Eriksson can do that. 

     
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     Will he score 29 goals in a season or lead the team in scoring?



    Eriksson can do that. [/QUOTE]


    And has scored consistantly year in year out to prove it.

     

    PS. Scotty Laughlin is going to have a field day tomorrow LoL

     
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    I'm as big on Morrow as you are on Fraser San. He's going to be a solid, solid D. He won't light up the scoresheet, though he does have some offensive upside, but he's got a howitzer of a shot, and he's great at digging out the puck. He's also got a pretty solid transition game. He has no fear in his corners and is very sound positionally.

    This strikes me as a screwy trade but if Fraser is as good as I've seen from Morrow, and Eriksson can play RW, then it may be a good one for the Bruins afterall.



    Red. I just heard someone on Satellite Radio say he could be a poor mans Brent Seasbrook. That fairly acurate? 

     
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    Eriksson can do that. 

     



    Time will tell for the next couple of years.

    And in the next few years after that?

     

     
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    Re: Remember the name Matt Fraser in this trade!

    To this fan, Seguin dropped his game alot the pass year.  If he could not improve his game in the playoffs, then he simply would not project into a Yzerman as he so desperately wanted to be.  Good Tyler.  Youth has it's benefits, you can redeem the trade.  

    As for the talent coming to Boston, Eriksson is an excellent player.  The prospects I will let others speak too.  So I like this type of thread.  Fraser or Morrow are just benefits to having Peverly's slaray gone.  

    PC will now have time to move others.  JJ can save money.  

    BDC log in issues are just insane! Help!

     
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    I'm as big on Morrow as you are on Fraser San. He's going to be a solid, solid D. He won't light up the scoresheet, though he does have some offensive upside, but he's got a howitzer of a shot, and he's great at digging out the puck. He's also got a pretty solid transition game. He has no fear in his corners and is very sound positionally.

    This strikes me as a screwy trade but if Fraser is as good as I've seen from Morrow, and Eriksson can play RW, then it may be a good one for the Bruins afterall.

     



    Red. I just heard someone on Satellite Radio say he could be a poor mans Brent Seasbrook. That fairly acurate? 

     

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    I'd say that's accurate, though I'd leave out the "poor man's" part if he hits his full potential.

     
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    Eriksson can do that. 

     

     

     



    Time will tell for the next couple of years.

     

    And in the next few years after that?

     

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    If he did it for Dallas. There's no reason he won't in Boston. If San & Red are right; that means the B's basically got Eriksson, Hamilton, Knight, Morrow & Fraser for Phil Kessel & Rich Peverly. And apparently Reilly Smith is a potential top 9. And there's now room to get a Clarkson, or Alfie & still re-sign Rask. I think it's a wonderful day to be a Bruins fan! 

     
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    Re: Remember the name Matt Fraser in this trade!

     

     

     

    Professionals only. 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ending threads since '07

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    I'm as big on Morrow as you are on Fraser San. He's going to be a solid, solid D. He won't light up the scoresheet, though he does have some offensive upside, but he's got a howitzer of a shot, and he's great at digging out the puck. He's also got a pretty solid transition game. He has no fear in his corners and is very sound positionally.

    This strikes me as a screwy trade but if Fraser is as good as I've seen from Morrow, and Eriksson can play RW, then it may be a good one for the Bruins afterall.

     

     



    Red. I just heard someone on Satellite Radio say he could be a poor mans Brent Seasbrook. That fairly acurate? 

     

     

     

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    I'd say that's accurate, though I'd leave out the "poor man's" part if he hits his full potential.

     

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    WOW!! That's great news!! 

     
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