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scheifele\'s absence on moose minds
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The opportunity has not yet arrived. But the long-
Long-term damage to No
The Winnipeg center Mark scheife may have a chain reaction within the organization.
If the jet decides to go beyond the internal team solution to fill the vacancy, there are several attractive options on the farm.
So when the Manitoba Moose returns to practice ice on Thursday afternoon after the holiday, the long absence of Scheifele is sure to come to mind for many.
Coach Pascal Vincent had his troops through an energetic hour.
Try to get rid of the long-term exercise of rust for nearly a week. The AHL-leading Moose (23-5-3)
Will seek to expand their franchise
16 games with no record of regulatory failure (15-0-1)
When they hosted two games of San Jose Barracuda at Bell MTS square on Saturday and Sunday.
It seems at the moment that the herd will remain intact without an immediate call --up coming.
But if this change is made, the three intriguing possibilities will be highlighted. Second-
This year\'s season of pro Jack Roscovich was fantastic and is currently ranked second in the US Hockey League. AHL)
Scored 15 goals and 20 assists in 31 games.
He played a lot of center this year and spent a lot of time, including playing an important role in the penalty shootout, which ranked second. Best in AHL.
If the jet wants a skilled, versatile forward to enter their top six
Not to mention a man who has a rich history and chemistry with Kyle Connor.
The 20-year-old is justified.
\"Obviously, I have a feeling for Mark.
For such a good player who has a very good season and is the leader there, you will sympathize with them.
But my game doesn\'t change much.
I\'m just waiting here.
If it happens to be the present, it is the present.
But if it happens to be on the road, that\'s where it\'s going, \"roscovic told free media on Thursday.
He said that the already fierce competition within the organization may become more difficult.
\"When you have a guy standing at the top of the ladder going down for a while, I\'m sure a lot of people will try to impress the staff,\" Roscovich said.
Nic Petan started the year from the jet, but after six pointless games with the big club, was sent to the moose team for more seasoning.
He has been particularly hot recently, kicking both the forward and the winger on top line with roscovic, and reaching a point --a-
Six goals and 18 assists in 24 games against Moose.
\"The mentality remains the same.
It\'s a tough situation, but I\'m sure they will keep a positive attitude and we need to keep a positive attitude here, \"said 22-year-old pitan on Thursday.
\"Whatever happens, it happens.
Our mentality has not changed.
No matter what they choose to do, we can\'t control it.
\"Unlike roslowich, pitan has been observed many times at NHL level so far, but has not yet proved that he belongs to the whole team.
Time, only 3 goals and 16 assists in 86 professional games.
But that\'s not to say that his window is closed.
Another option could be strong winger Brendan lemiyo, who made his debut with the jet earlier this season and played seven games. The 21-year-
Given his style of playing, the old may be more suited to the bottom of the lineup, although he has shown a lot of offensive ability in the moose this season, with 9 goals and 11 assists in 20 games.
\"It\'s really unfortunate for Scheif.
You have feelings for people like this.
He took good care of himself.
Obviously the leader above.
He had a very good year.
So it\'s really unfortunate.
\"It\'s never good to look at it,\" Lemieux said . \".
\"As far as I am concerned, nothing has changed.
I just keep doing what I\'m doing. Stay ready.
Now, it looks like they will go with the people they are there.
Many people have been sitting for a long time.
This is understandable.
\"Lemieux often says he brought in a unique set of skills that he thought fit well into the NHL game --
He will continue to work hard and hope to return more opportunities as soon as possible.
\"Obviously, there are a lot of people here who have enjoyed themselves.
We all just want to keep this going and keep points here as a team.
And personal stuff, call-
\"Ups and things like that will take care of themselves,\" he said . \". mike.
Mcintyre @ freepress. mb.