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Who can’t love that guy, bigger and stronger than he looks, great motor and am sure he’ll succeed at the next level or die trying! Never flashy, but one of my favorite players over the last four years

He'll fit right in with those mouth breathers. 

Because he hasn't won a national championship. Yet.

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On 3/17/2020 at 7:18 PM, brianvf said:

Sounds like Perunovich from Duluth close to signing.
And Caufield from UW leaning towards staying another year.

Interesting comments about Wisconsin's Caufield from Montreal GM.   Basically says he isn't ready and needs to improve play off the puck.

https://nhl.nbcsports.com/2020/03/18/caufield-will-return-to-wisconsin-for-sophomore-season/

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On 3/17/2020 at 7:18 PM, brianvf said:

Sounds like Perunovich from Duluth close to signing.

 

On 3/17/2020 at 7:41 PM, Frozen4sioux said:

The Perunovich signing was walked back by player and reporter.

Soooo...UMD source leaks an announcement, then flops to the Twitter floor clutching his head while hoping everyone notices, sees there isn’t much reaction, so jumps back onto Twitter to say that he’s staying.  

Sound about right?

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If the Flames really want to cash in on college free agency, that unnamed forward prospect that they are negotiating with would be Jordan Kawaguchi, North Dakota teammate of Poolman and a top candidate for the Hobey Baker Award. Kawaguchi, while only a junior, is expected by many to forego his senior season and sign in the NHL. After posting 45 points in 33 games to finish second in the NCAA scoring race and lead one of the best team’s in the nation, Kawaguchi doesn’t have much left to prove at the college level. While somewhat small, the cousin of Devin Setoguchi plays a similarly skilled and instinctual offensive game. Whether it be Calgary of another team, whoever lands Kawaguchi will land an intriguing prospect with a high ceiling.

Link: https://www.prohockeyrumors.com/2020/03/college-notes-dhooghe-rathbone-flames-ufas.html

Don’t know how much stock to put in this considering the author thinks the Wisconsin player that transferred to ASU is a defenseman. It’d suck to see Guch go but I understand wanting to strike a good deal while the iron is hot. 

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1 hour ago, SiouxFanatic said:

Link: https://www.prohockeyrumors.com/2020/03/college-notes-dhooghe-rathbone-flames-ufas.html

Don’t know how much stock to put in this considering the author thinks the Wisconsin player that transferred to ASU is a defenseman. It’d suck to see Guch go but I understand wanting to strike a good deal while the iron is hot. 

Uhhhh.....say it ain't so!

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13 hours ago, MafiaMan said:

 

Soooo...UMD source leaks an announcement, then flops to the Twitter floor clutching his head while hoping everyone notices, sees there isn’t much reaction, so jumps back onto Twitter to say that he’s staying.  

Sound about right?

Sounds like there will be a review. 

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1 hour ago, tnt said:

Because?

Unless he had a good chance of playing in the NHL right away, he shouldn't leave. He could very well get buried on the depth chart in the minors and never be heard from again. Also, he has had one great year; he could use some more seasoning and so he can prove that this year wasn't a fluke. Which I don't think it was.

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9 hours ago, fightingsioux4life said:

Unless he had a good chance of playing in the NHL right away, he shouldn't leave. He could very well get buried on the depth chart in the minors and never be heard from again. Also, he has had one great year; he could use some more seasoning and so he can prove that this year wasn't a fluke. Which I don't think it was.

Guch is not even close to being ready to go yet. It took him three seasons to have a stand out season, he needs at least another one to even be ready for the AHL

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12 hours ago, tnt said:

Because?

His game doesn't translate well to the NHL.  He's undersized and not particularly fast.  Nice college player though.  The same AHL/Europe money will be there whether he leaves this year or next. 

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