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The rankings for North American players in the 2012 draft eligibility class came out today, and Montreal Canadiens’ P.K. Subban’s brother, Malcolm Subban, remains top of the list of goalies.
Malcolm is in his third year of the Ontario Hockey League with the Belleville Bulls, who is posting a 13-6 record with a 1.93 goals against average.
“He’s got phenomenal quickness, athleticism and flexibility,” Central Scouting’s Al Jensen told NHL.com. “He’s aggressive and consistent. He can make the big save to either hold his team in the game or to keep the lead. He’s very confident and smart at reading plays developing in front of him. … He’s very strong in the net, has strong leg push-offs when challenging shooters or when moving quick laterally,” Jensen said. “He has very good upside and has the chance to be a quality No. 1 goalie in the NHL someday.”
Other top mentions in the rankings, which can be viewed here, are Matthew Murray of the Sault Ste. Marie Grey
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The Montreal Canadiens have traded forward Michael Cammalleri to Calgary along with goaltender Karri Ramo and a fifth-round pick in exchange for forwards Rene Borque and Patrick Holland and a second-round pick.
"Mike Cammalleri is a dynamic player who enjoyed great success playing in Calgary," Flames GM Jay Feaster said in a statement. "We believe Cammalleri will...
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Mike Cammalleri has been told he’s been traded. Doesn’t know where yet.
He is on his way back to the team hotel. No word yet on where.
UPDATE: 9:49 PM Pierre Gauthier will be making an announcement to the media at 10 PM.
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