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Interview: Ian Moore

October 30, 2020 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on Interview: Ian Moore
Anaheim Ducks draft pick Ian Moore will play with the Chicago Steel this season.
Ian Moore’s journey to the NHL moves him to the USHL this season. (Chicago Steel)

RotoRob recently sat down to talk with NHL prospect Ian Moore, who was recently selected by the Anaheim Ducks in the third round (67th overall) of the 2020 NHL Draft.

The 6’3″ blueliner was listed at 165 pounds last year, but has now beefed up to 185. Coming off a tremendous final season of high school hockey for St. Mark’s (Massachusetts) in which he racked up 46 points in 34 games, he’s beginning his first campaign with the Chicago Steel of the USHL. Moore is committed to play at Harvard University next season.

It’s clear from the video below that Moore is a tremendous passer, intercepting the puck and then saucering a perfect lob onto Erik Middendorf‘s stick for a gorgeous assist.

Among the topics we discussed with Moore were:

  • His goals for turning pro and signing his ELC;
  • What he thinks his ideal NHL weight will be;
  • What adjustments he needs to make to carry his high school success into the USHL and beyond;
  • How his team winning a big tournament in Whitby, Ontario is his proudest moment to date; and
  • How tough 2019 first round pick Matthew Boldy is to play against.

Check out our entire conversation with this engaging young man below.

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Among our personal faves, English prog rocker band King Crimson got its start in 1968 and despite several breaks, is still at it today. In 1981, it released its eighth album, Discipline, the band’s first effort in seven years. The disc’s second track was “Frame by Frame,” co-written by Adrian Belew, Bill Bruford, Robert Fripp and Tony Levin.

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2020 NFL Draft Preview: Part IV

April 18, 2020 | by Lucas Chan | Comments Comments Off on 2020 NFL Draft Preview: Part IV
However, he might not be ready for the NFL. Every accomplishment Jeudy has on his resume comes from being able to outrun or out boundary opposing defensive backs. His high-cut running style and average short area awareness makes him unsuited for the slot, and he’s not physical. Jeudy was rarely challenged on the line of scrimmage and in the air during college. Press coverage will be his Achilles’ heel. As a future X or Y receiver, Jeudy cannot let his momentum extinguish on his routes. He must be put in space, or be allowed to run soft bending deep routes.
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2020 NFL Draft Preview: Part III

April 13, 2020 | by Lucas Chan | Comments Comments Off on 2020 NFL Draft Preview: Part III
Lamb was a four-star recruit before becoming a Freshman All-American in his first year with the Sooners, starting 13 of 14 games and tallying 46 receptions for 807 yards and seven touchdowns. As a sophomore, he earned All-Big 12 honours when he led Oklahoma with 11 receiving touchdowns and 1,158 yards on 65 receptions. Despite already establishing himself as a bona fide wide receiver, Lamb volunteered for punt return duties as well. In 2019, he led the Sooners with 62 receptions for 1,327 yards and 14 touchdowns in 13 starts.
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2020 NFL Draft Preview: Top Prospects, Part II

April 8, 2020 | by Lucas Chan | Comments Comments Off on 2020 NFL Draft Preview: Top Prospects, Part II
Miami is likely to bring in another quarterback as the full rebuild rages on. Rosen, the current work-in-progress in Miami, is on a contract through 2021 denting the cap space for $2.2 million in 2020 and $3 million in 2021. Not a bad gamble for a team with huge cap space that needs young leaders. Bringing in Tagovailoa for a QB competition while filling the rest of the roster with upside draft products is a great way for Miami to contend for the division and hedge its bets. Moreover, his aforementioned confidence in pro style RPO and spread offenses meshes well with Miami’s preferred offensive philosophy.
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2020 NFL Draft: Fantasy-Worthy Players

April 3, 2020 | by Derek Langley | Comments Comments Off on 2020 NFL Draft: Fantasy-Worthy Players
While the games themselves, the unraveling of the season, and the offseason antics keep the fans engaged, perhaps the most immersive aspect of the NFL season for fans abroad is Fantasy football. Even if overseas followers of the league can’t see the games, they can see the points tick in for their players in their NFL Fantasy leagues.
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