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10-18-2003, 11:08 AM
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Many reasons can explain this move by the Canadiens coaching staff. Perhaps they felt they needed more defensively responsible guys, and Bouillon responds well to this criteria. While Hainsey has shown good things in the games he's played up to now this season, he has made quite a few rookie mistakes, and instead of improving every game, he was more and more invisible. I think it's a good decision... as Julien will get to know if Bouillon can bring more to the game than Ronner did in the 4 previous games.

You can't go any wrong with Bouillon; he has always responded pretty well when given the opportunity. He'll be very determinated to show the coaching staff what he can do.

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