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03-09-2004, 11:19 PM
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I don't know what has been said of Grenier, but we got to see him play a few games for the canucks, and I'm convinced he will become a #5-7 d-man. He's a behemoth, but handles the puck surprisingly well for such a big guy.

He is pretty good defensively, but a lot of canucks fans will say he isn't because he's not exactly a bruising d-man. He's a lot like Marek Malik...huge but slow, using his reach and positional play to his advantage. But when push comes to shove, he's a beast. Wait till you see this guy play, his hands are like giant hams.

He also appears to be a really good team guy.

I hope he gets a shot to play in the NHL. From the little I saw of him, I was immediately made a fan.

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