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    Re: Northeastern 2018 Off-season: Dog Day Afternoon

    Quote Originally Posted by J.D. View Post
    Do you know how soon? BC played two at St. Cloud this past season. Was thinking the return trip would be next year where they do the one at BC, one at NU. Then NU goes out there for two and St. Cloud comes back out the year after that. Haven't been able to confirm though.
    This sounds right to me. The Minnesota deal lined up like that, and I would expect St. Cloud to mimic it. If BC already went west, then St. Cloud coming east next season makes sense to start the games with NU as well.
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    Re: Northeastern 2018 Off-season: Dog Day Afternoon

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    I didn't enjoy watching him not enjoy hockey. What I remember him for was his sweeping a goal out of the net before the ref could get in position to rightly call it a goal. We could see the replay on TV, but IIRC in 1994, the refs didn't have the benefit of using the kind of reviewing techniques that we have today. I believe it was Danny Lupo whose shot would been the GWG. The coup de Poup came early in OT when a LSSU "shot" from beyond the goal line, near the corner, hit the back of Todd Reynolds pad and dribbled into the net. LSSU went on to destroy bu and win the NC.
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    per his social media account.. Sasha (Alexander) Teleguine '02 (Thayer Academy), to Northeastern.

    I saw one of his gms earlier in the season.. he is 9th grader but skates varsity already. Kid looked really good. Hits hard & will have size to match. Great shot to boot & made plays.
    Hopefully pans out.. great get for the Huskies!

    can anyone else confirm? thx. GO NU

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    Quote Originally Posted by northeastern View Post
    per his social media account.. Sasha (Alexander) Teleguine '02 (Thayer Academy), to Northeastern.

    I saw one of his gms earlier in the season.. he is 9th grader but skates varsity already. Kid looked really good. Hits hard & will have size to match. Great shot to boot & made plays.
    Hopefully pans out.. great get for the Huskies!

    can anyone else confirm? thx. GO NU
    Congratulations, I'm pretty sure you're the first person since we started the blog to break a commit to us on USCHO. Kid looks like a stud (as much as a 15 year old can anyway)

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    Congratulations, I'm pretty sure you're the first person since we started the blog to break a commit to us on USCHO. Kid looks like a stud (as much as a 15 year old can anyway)
    yes? yes.. so it is true.
    thanks that is good to know. the kid is a stud for sure (much as a 15 yr old can be.. like you say).. pure hustle from what i saw.
    i knew his dad back in the day (was a solid player himself for the red army). his dad helped train john marino (harvard), luke stevens (yale) & countless other, older pro players as well. was skills coach with the providence bruins for a while. his son's skills should be very very good in few yrs. great get for the huskies, congratulations to him!
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    Re: Northeastern 2018 Off-season: Dog Day Afternoon

    To reinforce Northeastern's post: Teleguine is just the fourth '02 from Prep to commit that I know of. He definitely can skate and has the skills. Started the season on Thayer's second line but found a home on the third line as the season progressed. (That shouldn't be taken as a negative. The players on the top two lines were all older players that had great chemistry and carried Thayer to the Prep Large School Final.) Next year, he'll be a top line/PP guy. Doesn't turn 16 until September. A legit D1 talent.

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    Re: Northeastern 2018 Off-season: Dog Day Afternoon

    Quote Originally Posted by J.D. View Post
    What do you mean why mention BC and BU? BC won the RS title and returns basically the entire team. BU won the HE tourney and won a game in NCAAs. Congrats on making the tourney five straight years. That has nothing to do with how BC and BU will be next year. I do fully expect PC to be good again though. Are you defending Leaman now?
    When the truth is, PC has become good enough to be mentioned just as much as BU does.
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    Re: Northeastern 2018 Off-season: Dog Day Afternoon

    And they call US little brother.

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    Re: Northeastern 2018 Off-season: Dog Day Afternoon

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    And they call US little brother.
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    Re: Northeastern 2018 Off-season: Dog Day Afternoon

    Gaudette wins CHN Player of the Year. Also today is Hobey Hat Trick day. Hopefully he hears his name for that too
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    Re: Northeastern 2018 Off-season: Dog Day Afternoon

    Hobey Hat Trick: Gaudette, Donato, Borgstrom
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    Quote Originally Posted by NU_Husky View Post
    Hobey Hat Trick: Gaudette, Donato, Borgstrom
    nice. also interesting they're all heading or are in the nhl with vancouver, boston, florida respectively.
    wonder if they'll make it in person for nxt fri.. crazy

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    Re: Northeastern 2018 Off-season: Dog Day Afternoon

    Quote Originally Posted by NU_Husky View Post
    Hobey Hat Trick: Gaudette, Donato, Borgstrom
    Comparing the two other candidates to Gaudette. DISCLAIMER: I have not watched Donato and Borgstrom all season. Still don't think there's much of an argument against Gaudette.
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    Re: Northeastern 2018 Off-season: Dog Day Afternoon

    Sikura playing for Chicago right now. Has an assist and is +1 with 5 SOG through the 2nd period. Nice little debut. Gaudette takes the ice in half an hour.

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    Re: Northeastern 2018 Off-season: Dog Day Afternoon

    Sikura looks like he is gonna be a good fit in Chicago. After 2 periods Gaudette looks ok. He looks like a rookie playing his first NHL game, while Sikura looked like he has been part of the team for longer than a game. Would love to see ZAR get some more playing time.

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    Sikura ended the gm with 2 assists in the W. Gaudette got about 10 odd mins of playing time in Vancouver's 2-1 win.. though everyone's going to be remembering that McDavid goal for a while (nothing to do with Adam).. what a beauty.

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    Re: Northeastern 2018 Off-season: Dog Day Afternoon

    Quote Originally Posted by Tilldog40 View Post
    Sikura looks like he is gonna be a good fit in Chicago. After 2 periods Gaudette looks ok. He looks like a rookie playing his first NHL game, while Sikura looked like he has been part of the team for longer than a game. Would love to see ZAR get some more playing time.
    I've thought for a while now that while Gaudette has a higher ceiling, Sikura is the more NHL-ready prospect. You could put him on the wing on any line in the NHL and he would quickly be able to adapt and compliment his linemates in short order. Incredibly smart player who plays really well without the puck. Watching almost every Bruins game this season, I see a lot of similarities between Sikura and Danton Heinen's game this year. Cassidy has been able to move him up and down the line-up and on the PP, and other than one lull, he's been a great complimentary winger.

    Gaudette needs the puck more to be effective. Case and point we're the last two games of the year. He didn't have it as much, and he wasn't himself. Those type of college centers normally take a little while before they produce consistently. Backes, Kesler, Turris and even Eichel had adjustment periods somewhere between a couple months to a couple years at the beginning of their careers. I think Gaudette will figure it out, because he is immensely talented and one of the most determined and hardest working players I've ever seen play at NU, but it will be a longer adjustment time than Sikura.
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    Re: Northeastern 2018 Off-season: Dog Day Afternoon

    Sikura last night, ".. biggest thing for me tonight, just try to make plays and not be afraid to make mistakes."
    great mindset.
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