terça-feira, 29 de junho de 2010

Avalanche pega Winnik

Defendeu os Coyotes na brilhante temporada passada,um bom jogador que com certeza ira fazer muitos gols pelo time de Denver.

Fez 19 Pontos na Temporada passada.Mais vai se encaixar bem assim como se encaixou Mueller =D

Daniel Winnik:

HEIGHT: 6' 2"
Shoots: Right
BIRTHDATE: Mar 6, 1985 (AGE 25)
BIRTHPLACE: Toronto, ON, Canada
DRAFTED: PHX / 2004 NHL Entry Draft
ROUND: 9th (265th overall)

Draft 2010

O Colorado Avalanche fez suas escolhas,acredito que a 1º Tenha sido com o dedo de Duchene e O'Reilly.
Foram estas:


HEIGHT: 5' 10" WEIGHT: 170


NHL team: Toronto Maple Leafs
NHL player: Pavel Datsyuk
Shootout move: “Datsyuk move”
Goal celebration: “Swipe the ice into move, glass jump”
Video game: NHL 10
Movie: The Hangover
TV show: Entourage
Actor: Will Farrell
Cartoon character: Bugs Bunny
Website: dropthegloves.com
Book: Playing with Fire by Theo Fleury
Pump-up song: “Fix you” by Coldplay
Restaurant: The Mandarin
Sport (other than hockey): Golf, Basketball
Activity away from the rink: Fishing
Breakfast food: Eggs
Superhero: Batman

Calvin Pickard
Goaltender – Seattle (WHL)
Second Round, 47th overall
6-0, 195 lbs – Catches Left

In 2009-10, Pickard led all Western Hockey League goaltenders in minutes played (3688), total saves (2207) and finished sixth overall in save-percentage (0.914)… Was the 1st ranked North American goaltender in NHL Central Scouting’s final rankings…Pickard faced more than 40 shots on 20 different occasions in 2009-10. He was an impressive 3-0-1 when facing more than 50 shots -- highlighted by a 57-save shutout on October 2, 2009… He represented Canada at the 2010 Under-18 World Championships and won gold at the 2009 Ivan Hlinka Memorial tournament…As a rookie in 2008-09, Pickard played 47 games (26-16-1-4) for Seattle, leading all rookie goaltenders in wins (26) and ranking third in save-percentage (0.896).

Michael Bournival
Left Wing – Shawinigan (QMJHL)
Third Round, 71st Overall
5-11, 179 lbs – Shoots Left

Was the 75th ranked North American Skater in NHL Central Scouting’s final rankings… Competed in the 2010 Home Hardware CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game… Totaled 62 points (24g/38a) in 58 games during the 2009-10 season…Played in six playoff games, scoring two goals and chipping in two assists for four points… Played for Team Orr at the 2010 CHL Top Prospects Game...Played for Team Canada at the 2010 IIHF World Under-18 Championship.

Stephen Silas
Defenseman – Belleville (OHL)
Fourth Round, 95th Overall
6-0.5, 183lbs – Shoots Left

Was ranked No. 60 among North American skater in NHL Central Scouting’s final rankings… Named the Bulls’ Rookie of the Year in 2008-09 as he played on the blueline alongside P.K. Subban (43rd overall, by Montreal in 2007) and Shawn Lalonde (68th overall, by Chicago in 2008)… He was drafted in the first round (19th overall) in the OHL priority selection after he won a gold medal with Team Ontario at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge and completed his Midget AAA season with Halton… Got his start in hockey at the age of four after he began public skating and he credits his uncle, Peter, for having a big impact on his career for helping him believe in his abilities… Finished second on Belleville's scoring chart this past season with four goals and 45 assists in 66 games played… Represented Canada at the 2010 IIHF World Under-18 Championship… Participated in the Subway Super Series and the Home Hardware CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game this season.

Sami Aittokallio
Goalie– Ilves-Jr. (Finland-Jr.)
Fourth Round, 107th Overall
6-1, 174 lbs – Catches Left

In 2009-10, Aittokallio played for Ilves Jr. in the U-20 Junior "A" league…In 23 games, he registered a 3.20 goals-against average and a .899 save percentage…In nine playoff contests, Aittokallio posted a 2.26 and a .925 save percentage...An ankle injury kept him off Finland's entry at the 2010 IIHF World Under-18 Championship..In 2008-09, Sami played for Ilves in the U-20 Junior "A" league… In 13 games, posted a 2.71 goals-against average and a .906 save percentage.

Troy Rutkowski
Defenseman– Portland (WHL)
Fifth Round, 137th Overall
6-2, 208 lbs – Shoots Right

Was the 44th ranked North American Skater in NHL Central Scouting ‘s final rankings…Had a strong season on the blueline in Portland, recording 43 points (12-31--43) and a plus-13 rating helping the Winterhawks to 44-25-2-1 record in 2009-10 and a playoff spot for the first time since 2006…Led the team with a plus-six rating and added seven points (4-3--7) in 13 playoff games in 2010…Played on a Portland team that features five draft-eligible players ranked in the top 90 North American skaters including: Ryan Johansen (No. 10 ranked), Nino Niederreiter (No. 12 ranked), Bradley Ross (No. 59 ranked) and California-born defenseman Taylor Aronson (No. 88 ranked)…Joined friends Mark Pysyk (No. 7 ranked) and Alexander Petrovic (No. 29 ranked) as Edmonton-area defensemen ranked in the top 45. He was roommates with Pysyk while playing for Team Pacific at the World Under-17 Challenge and Alexander Petrovic was a minor hockey opponent growing up…North Serra was his minor hockey association and his most memorable hockey achievement is a peewee provincial championship in which his team only lost three games all season.

Luke Walker
Right Wing– Portland (WHL)
Fifth Round, 139th Overall
6-1, 184 lbs – Shoots Right

Competed at the International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship for U.S. National Junior Team in 2010, helping Team USA earn a gold medal at the event...Walker is the son of former New York Rangers and Los Angeles Kings forward Gordie Walker...In 2008-2009, his 29 goals tied him for 37th in the league…Was the lone Winterhawk to tally a hat trick, doing so twice.

Luke Moffatt
Center – USA U-18 (USHL)
Seventh Round, 197st Overall
6-1, 187 lbs – Shoots Right

Was the 95th ranked North American skater in NHL Central Scouting’s final rankings…Totaled 37 points (18g/19a) in 65 games for the U.S. National Under-18 Team in 2009-10...Tied for the team lead with two short-handed tallies...He will attend the University of Michigan in 2010- 2011.

Bom....acredito que seja aproveitado só o Hishon e o Bournival

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Muito Obrigado Colorado Avalanche.

Por uma temporada digna de um time forte,que tem tradição.A Primeira sem o grande Sakic,e com nossos garotos que arrebentaram a temporada toda.

Obrigado pela garra,hits,gols,OT gols e aquela vontade de vencer que você provou.Uma temporada que acreditamos,tivemos decepções,mais Alegrias,muitas alegrias,de dormir 3 hrs da madrugada puto,por causa de uma roubada de puck que deu o gol da vitória para o adversário,de acordar o quarteirão 3 hrs da madrugada vibrando com um gol em 9 segundos no OT,e ver que o avalanche lutou acima de tudo.

QUE VENHA 2010/2011

PS:Não deixem de assistir a Final da Stanley : Blackhawks X Flyers

E deixo com vocês alguns videos que narram nossa temporada: