Saturday, August 6, 2011

Friday WJC News & Notes

Here are some Sea Dogs related news, notes, and tweets from Friday’s practice session at Team Canada National Junior Development Camp in Edmonton.
  • The lines remained the same. Jonathan Huberdeau played wing on a line with centerman Ryan Johansen and Mark Stone. Nathan Beaulieu was paired with Mark Pysysk.
  • “Huberdeau just took a deflection off the arm. Seems his time in the Maritimes has toughed him up - he's shaking it off. Nice work St John.” – Ross MacLean of International Scouting Services.
  • “Johansen and Huberdeau relentless on the PK. Imagine how many shorties they could pile up together.” – Aaron Vickers of Future Considerations
  • “Came away from NJT practice most impressed with Sgarbossa, Beaulieu, Morrow, Domingue, Murray, Oleksiak, Couturier, Howden, Spooner & RNH.” – Vickers
  • “If Canada seeks for a more finesse, offensive machine this year, I would believe Beaulieu and Murphy will get serious looks.” – Mike Morreale of
  • “Some real good work on the point from Nathan Beaulieu & Mark Pysyk of @EdmOilKings on 5'on 3'drill. Good movement of both puck &'players.” – Bruce McCurdy of the Cult of Hockey and the Copper & Blue
  • “Beaulieu running the PP like a boss.” – Vickers
  • The Cult of Hockey said Friday morning that “Jonathan Huberdeau cuts an elegant figure on the port side, long and lean, not a quick starter but fast enough when in full stride to give defenders fits.”
  • Coming Down The Pipe has a big time show today which will feature Louis Domingue.
  • has an article on Huberdeau and Beaulieu titled ‘Sea Dogs Reunited.’ “Last year, Nathan came here so he has the experience and has a really good chance to make this team," Huberdeau told "You can see it on the ice. He was one of the best players out there and we had a lot of fun together."
Huberdeau doing his usual move in a shootout:

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