Hockey Légendes - Ligue de hockey simulée

Ligue de hockey simulée retraçant les légendes du hockey
 
AccueilCalendrierFAQRechercherMembresGroupesS'enregistrerConnexion
FIN
/ Équipes de libre : STL / / En Danger : NYR /

Partagez | 
 

 BOSTON

Voir le sujet précédent Voir le sujet suivant Aller en bas 
AuteurMessage
DGTONY

avatar

Messages : 132
Date d'inscription : 09/08/2016

MessageSujet: BOSTON   Mar 16 Aoû - 14:58

Charlie McAvoy

sh et pl sont un peu bas je trouve

Regardless of who picks him, he’s expected to go in the first round of the NHL draft. A confident blue liner, he uses his speed to create opportunities off the rush and maximizes his offensive skill with his ability to handle the puck with poise.

His shot makes him a strong candidate to quarterback a team’s power play in the near future and he sees the game like a top-four defensive player should. While he’s only six feet tall, he does bring a sort of nastiness to his came and doesn’t shy away from the physicality in the corners.


NHL Player(s) Comparison – Drew Doughty
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
DGTONY

avatar

Messages : 132
Date d'inscription : 09/08/2016

MessageSujet: Re: BOSTON   Mar 16 Aoû - 19:41

Trent Frederic power forward son hit et str son pas beaucoup haut



Ryan Lindgren
American born defender with good feet and a solid two way game. Not tall, but solidly built, he displays poise in his own end and smarts with, or without the puck. His four direction skating ability gives him an advantage as both a defender (who can handle one on ones and retrieve the quick dump-ins rapidly) and as an attacker (who can smartly read his options, and make astute decisions as a passer or carrier). A solid six footer who has a bit of an edge to go along with the top flight acceleration, nice vision, and an active stick when defending. He is good with the puck in the attack zone and has a good point shot. Very calm and decisive when on the ice, and always seems to make the smart play in all zones. Committed to the University of Minnesota.
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
Roger96
Admin
Admin
avatar

Messages : 1696
Date d'inscription : 01/08/2016

MessageSujet: Re: BOSTON   Mar 16 Aoû - 23:03

Je vais recoter tes joueurs.

_________________
DET DTI DTG DRW DRE DRG DRN DET
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
DGTONY

avatar

Messages : 132
Date d'inscription : 09/08/2016

MessageSujet: Re: BOSTON   Mer 17 Aoû - 10:59

Torey Krug pour un joueur off son oa off est pas haut et son SH
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
Roger96
Admin
Admin
avatar

Messages : 1696
Date d'inscription : 01/08/2016

MessageSujet: Re: BOSTON   Mer 17 Aoû - 21:17

Charlie McAvoy 88 77 95
080096080095101085100090094060065090092
70 84 70 84 89 75 88 79 83 53 57 79 81
79 84
79

Trent Frederic 84 75 95
090096090090096090096090094060100090092
76 80 76 76 81 76 81 76 79 50 84 76 77
77 79
78

Ryan Lindgren 86 72 95
065090076090095105090095095090065100098
56 77 65 77 82 90 77 82 82 77 56 86 84
73 83
79

Torey Krug 88 70 95
034090091091084098082098080074074091080
30 79 80 80 74 86 72 86 70 65 65 80 70
80 77
77

_________________
DET DTI DTG DRW DRE DRG DRN DET
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
DGTONY

avatar

Messages : 132
Date d'inscription : 09/08/2016

MessageSujet: Re: BOSTON   Ven 19 Aoû - 13:17

Leon Draisaitl trouve que son CH PO HI sont un peu bas pour un joueur elite

The Edmonton Oilers rushed Leon Draisaitl into their lineup last season and ended up returning him to the WHL at the season's midpoint. With his school-of-hard-knocks lessons learned at the NHL level, the German pivot went back and wrecked up the place. He potted 53 points in just 32 games for the Kelowna Rockets and then won the league playoff MVP en route to a WHL championship and a runner-up finish at the Memorial Cup Tournament. Draisaitl is a crafty playmaker who plays the game with a great deal of poise. His skating is improving as he grows into his legs more and more. Draisaitl has been recalled from the AHL by the Oilers, and looks to be ready to make the jump to full-time NHL duty with this young Oilers core. Though he may have to shift to wing just to find a place in the lineup, Draisaitl's ability to distribute and possess the puck is elite.

Jesse Puljujarvi

était classer 3e et pas loin de laine

BUFFALO – The main attraction at today’s draft combine access was top-rated Auston Matthews, as it probably should be. But for the few reporters who went to Jesse Puljujarvi first, a new personality could be seen. Puljujarvi, it seems, won’t be taking a back seat to anyone for much longer.
Puljujarvi came into 2015-16 as the No. 2 prospect in the draft, but as fellow Finn Patrik Laine rose up, Puljujarvi found himself firmly ensconced at No. 3 on many boards. And hey; Laine is fantastic. His Tappara squad beat Puljujarvi’s Karpat Oulu team in a classic playoff semifinal back home and it was Laine who won silver with the men’s team at the World Championship in Russia, garnering MVP honors along the way.
But let’s not forget how good Puljujarvi is. He was the MVP at the world juniors and he helped drive Finland to gold at the world under-18s. Total up the teams the teens were on and you’ve got an incredible year for Suomi.
“We have good players in Finland and good coaching,” Puljujarvi said. “Two golds and one silver, that’s an unbelievable season.”
Puljujarvi spoke through a translator at the world juniors while Laine grabbed headlines for calling victories over Canada and Russia. Now Puljujarvi is stepping up. He’s taking English lessons once a week and is showing confidence already. For example, does he think he can go straight to the NHL next year?
“Yeah, of course,” Puljujarvi said. “I’m ready. I’m a good skater and I’m ready.”
The upshot of the youngster’s growing confidence in his English is that we get to learn more about him. For example, he was actually born in Sweden and lived there until he was four (though culturally he identifies as Finnish). He also played bandy for years, a game similar to hockey that is bigger in Europe. Bandy is played on an ice rink the size of a soccer pitch, with 11 players aside. As you can imagine, that means a lot of skating and Puljujarvi points to his bandy background as one of the reasons he skates so well.
Conventional wisdom has the powerful right winger going third overall to Columbus, a franchise that could use Puljujarvi’s deadly combination of size, skill and skating. The Blue Jackets also happen to have a Finnish GM in Jarmo Kekalainen and Puljujarvi revealed that when they met for his draft combine interview, the meeting went between English and Finnish.
As for Liiga playoff bragging rights, Laine was humble about the challenge that his buddy gave Tappara.
“It was really nice to play against him and that whole Karpat team,” Laine said. “They won a couple in a row so it was a huge challenge, but we played pretty well in the series and earned those wins.”
The next step for both, let’s face it, is the NHL. For the sake of argument, let’s pencil in Laine at No. 2 for Winnipeg, with Columbus nabbing Puljujarvi right after. Laine probably has the inside track for the Calder, since the Jets are further ahead in their rebuild than Matthews’ Maple Leafs and Pujujarvi’s Jackets (hence more immediate talent to play with), but three, four years down the road, who knows? I’m looking at a Puljujarvi-Boone Jenner-Kerby Rychel combination as being skilled, brutish and downright intimidating to face in Columbus.
True, there is still nearly a month before Matthews, Laine and Puljujarvi even get to put on NHL sweaters, but given how this draft class is shaping up with Matthew Tkachuk and Pierre-Luc Dubois rounding out the top-five and you’re looking at a lot of elite talent coming in fast.
And Puljujarvi deserves some of that spotlight.
Print
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
Roger96
Admin
Admin
avatar

Messages : 1696
Date d'inscription : 01/08/2016

MessageSujet: Re: BOSTON   Ven 19 Aoû - 14:12

Draisatl reste tel quel

Puuljarvi je monterais que son stickhandling et son skating


_________________
DET DTI DTG DRW DRE DRG DRN DET
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
Contenu sponsorisé




MessageSujet: Re: BOSTON   

Revenir en haut Aller en bas
 
BOSTON
Voir le sujet précédent Voir le sujet suivant Revenir en haut 
Page 1 sur 1
 Sujets similaires
-
» Boston Bruins
» BOSTON croisé caniche de 1an 1/2 MAUBEUGE (59)
» Boston Bruins
» Habs vs Boston (partie 1)
» Habs vs Boston (partie 3)

Permission de ce forum:Vous ne pouvez pas répondre aux sujets dans ce forum
Hockey Légendes - Ligue de hockey simulée :: Archives :: Recotes-
Sauter vers: