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  • Brian Worsley
    Does anyone know what the draft order is for the waiver draft tomorrow, Tim is on vacation in Florida. Maybe the Hitmen can help us out or maybe is was sent
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 6, 2011
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      Does anyone know what the draft order is for the waiver draft tomorrow, Tim is on vacation in Florida. Maybe the Hitmen can help us out or maybe is was sent out and i missed it

      Please advise
      Brian

      On Sat Dec 25th, 2010 1:50 AM VUT Andrew Quibell wrote:

      >
      >(CP)  Innisfil
      >
      >The Innisfil Q-Crew
      > roster has continued to evolve in search of the franchise's first Championship. Leading up to this years trade deadline, the Q-Crew were in search of a premiere forward to allow their team to score with the FHL's top contenders.
      >
      >Lengthy trade discussions occurred with regular trading partner Brian Worsley who owns and manages the always dangerous LSG
      > Leafs.  In the end, after serious negotiations, both teams addressed their needs.  The Leafs landed scoring forwards Thomas Vanek and Patrik Berglund along with Q-Crew's 3rd Waiver Selection and 2011 2nd Round Draft Pick. The Q-Crew acquired long sought after forward Pavel Datsyuk and Leafs 2011 4th Round Draft Pick.
      >
      >In an unfortunate matter of timing for the Innisfil Q-Crew, Datsyuk who had only missed 3 games since the beginning of the 2007/2008 season, broke his right wrist only hours after being acquired.  "Pavel's injury is serious, but it could have been much worse", said Q-Crew owner and GM Andrew Quibell. "The latest medical reports indicate that surgery won't be required, but a cast will be needed to heal the break.  We expect Pavel back in four weeks as we take a serious run at the playoffs and the FHL Championship", said Quibell.
      >
      >"Vanek and Berglund were big parts of our roster and we're confident that
      > they'll provide the Leafs with a balanced scoring attack", added Quibell.
      >
      >"Datsyuk is a dynamic two way player who will help us on both ends of the ice", said Quibell. "We expect Pavel to contribute to our success short term and long term as a new leader on our roster".
      >
      >Rumours have already begun that upon his return, Datsyuk with play with long time Detroit line mate Henrik Zetterberg and Team Russia team mate Evgeni Malkin.  This line will be problematic for any FHL opponent.
      >
      >In other Q-Crew news...
      >
      >-Henrik Zetterberg has been a dominant force for the past week in the FHL and he has found himself enter the leagues top 10 in forward scoring.  He should surpass injured line mate Datsyuk with another strong game.
      >
      >-since his return from injury, Evgeni Malkin has played his best hockey of the season.  He has been rolling and his consecutive game point scoring streak continues.
      >
      >-Patrick Kane is being
      > rested during the holidays and a strong start to 2011 is expected from the rejuvenated sniper.
      >
      >-Kris Letang continues to chase the Ice Dogs "Big Buff" for the FHL D scoring lead.
      >
      >-young Erik Karlsson continues to be a force on the blue line with his "brother" John Carlson.  The future is awesome for these two.
      >
      >-Tim Thomas is right behind the Ice Dogs Carey Price for the G point lead.  We expect him to pass Price soon with more playing time.
      >
      >-Antii Niemi is rounding into form after a rough start.  It's rumoured that he was involved in trade discussions at the deadline, but both he and the Q-Crew are happy that he remains on the roster.
      >
      >-defensive specialist Jacques Lemaire has been brought in to work with Marty Brodeur and the Q-Crew's young D core.  It's believed that his influence will help Brodeur regain the form which saw him become one of the greatest goaltenders in FHL history and what caused the Q-Crew to obtain his
      > services in their quest for an FHL Championship.
      >
      >Drop the Puck!
      >
      >Andrew
      >Q-Crew
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
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      >
    • Andrew Quibell
        The bottom portion of that email was outstanding!!! ... From: Brian Worsley Subject: [Tim s Fantasy Hockey League] standings for Set 6
      Message 2 of 2 , Jan 7, 2011
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        The bottom portion of that email was outstanding!!!

        --- On Thu, 1/6/11, Brian Worsley <bworsley@...> wrote:


        From: Brian Worsley <bworsley@...>
        Subject: [Tim's Fantasy Hockey League] standings for Set 6
        To: timsfantasyhockeyleague@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Thursday, January 6, 2011, 8:49 AM


         



        Does anyone know what the draft order is for the waiver draft tomorrow, Tim is on vacation in Florida. Maybe the Hitmen can help us out or maybe is was sent out and i missed it

        Please advise
        Brian

        On Sat Dec 25th, 2010 1:50 AM VUT Andrew Quibell wrote:

        >
        >(CP)  Innisfil
        >
        >The Innisfil Q-Crew
        > roster has continued to evolve in search of the franchise's first Championship. Leading up to this years trade deadline, the Q-Crew were in search of a premiere forward to allow their team to score with the FHL's top contenders.
        >
        >Lengthy trade discussions occurred with regular trading partner Brian Worsley who owns and manages the always dangerous LSG
        > Leafs.  In the end, after serious negotiations, both teams addressed their needs.  The Leafs landed scoring forwards Thomas Vanek and Patrik Berglund along with Q-Crew's 3rd Waiver Selection and 2011 2nd Round Draft Pick. The Q-Crew acquired long sought after forward Pavel Datsyuk and Leafs 2011 4th Round Draft Pick.
        >
        >In an unfortunate matter of timing for the Innisfil Q-Crew, Datsyuk who had only missed 3 games since the beginning of the 2007/2008 season, broke his right wrist only hours after being acquired.  "Pavel's injury is serious, but it could have been much worse", said Q-Crew owner and GM Andrew Quibell. "The latest medical reports indicate that surgery won't be required, but a cast will be needed to heal the break.  We expect Pavel back in four weeks as we take a serious run at the playoffs and the FHL Championship", said Quibell.
        >
        >"Vanek and Berglund were big parts of our roster and we're confident that
        > they'll provide the Leafs with a balanced scoring attack", added Quibell.
        >
        >"Datsyuk is a dynamic two way player who will help us on both ends of the ice", said Quibell. "We expect Pavel to contribute to our success short term and long term as a new leader on our roster".
        >
        >Rumours have already begun that upon his return, Datsyuk with play with long time Detroit line mate Henrik Zetterberg and Team Russia team mate Evgeni Malkin.  This line will be problematic for any FHL opponent.
        >
        >In other Q-Crew news...
        >
        >-Henrik Zetterberg has been a dominant force for the past week in the FHL and he has found himself enter the leagues top 10 in forward scoring.  He should surpass injured line mate Datsyuk with another strong game.
        >
        >-since his return from injury, Evgeni Malkin has played his best hockey of the season.  He has been rolling and his consecutive game point scoring streak continues.
        >
        >-Patrick Kane is being
        > rested during the holidays and a strong start to 2011 is expected from the rejuvenated sniper.
        >
        >-Kris Letang continues to chase the Ice Dogs "Big Buff" for the FHL D scoring lead.
        >
        >-young Erik Karlsson continues to be a force on the blue line with his "brother" John Carlson.  The future is awesome for these two.
        >
        >-Tim Thomas is right behind the Ice Dogs Carey Price for the G point lead.  We expect him to pass Price soon with more playing time.
        >
        >-Antii Niemi is rounding into form after a rough start.  It's rumoured that he was involved in trade discussions at the deadline, but both he and the Q-Crew are happy that he remains on the roster.
        >
        >-defensive specialist Jacques Lemaire has been brought in to work with Marty Brodeur and the Q-Crew's young D core.  It's believed that his influence will help Brodeur regain the form which saw him become one of the greatest goaltenders in FHL history and what caused the Q-Crew to obtain his
        > services in their quest for an FHL Championship.
        >
        >Drop the Puck!
        >
        >Andrew
        >Q-Crew
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
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        >








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