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10-28-2003, 10:26 AM
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Originally Posted by montreal
Demers is one of the very few that I listen to what he says. He doesn't just make stuff up out of thin air like several other media members.
Demers say wrong things too. I know from the ex-coachs including him, Bergeron and Perron, he is the most respected. But he can be 200% wrong sometimes.

Who are the journalists close to the locker room?
Mathias Brunet (La Presse), Francois Gagnon (Le Soleil) and maybe another one from an The Gazette.
They never start scoops. They travel with the boys, they don't want to get burned.
Scoops like this are purely hypotical to be honest.

In my opinion, Demers have not more credibility than Perron or Bergeron.
Look at what Demers just said: do you think Julien would listen an advise like that from Audette? And you think that Audette would like Ryder moved to another line? Audette is not stupid, he knows that Ryder is a player who can fill him the puck, like the nice passes Perreault had. Non-sense.

I look at this any perspective and it's still non-sense. The reason is something else. I like better the explanation of Darz. It's logical.

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