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11-10-2003, 09:54 PM
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Kirk Muller
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Originally Posted by JasonMacIsaac
Habs need their prospects to start doing something. Komisarek, Hainsey, and Hossa should all at least be in the Habs lineup somewhere at this point in their careers. One of Higgins and Perezhogin should have made the roster out of camp. So far Hainsey and Hossa are on the roster and but havn't been major influences on the Habs. Komisarek isn't even with Montreal, he is down with Hamilton (god knows why). Even down in Hamilton Habs prospects arn't doing to well. Komisarek is doing OK with 5 points but Perezhogin has 4 points in 13 games and Higgins only has 4 points in seven games. I think Montreal has to develop prospects better before they can become an elite team and I use Elite becasue they have potential.
Why should they be on the roster, because you said so.

The fact you think Hossa hasn't had much of an influence destroys what credibility you have when regarding Montreal and their prospects.

Komisarek's main reason he is not in Montreal is 3 veteran, well paid right defenseman. He is playing for a Bulldogs team that has went through a ton of change in one season, which might be a reason for his ups and downs and 5 points in 13 games for a dman is still good.

Perezhogin is still adjusting to the North American style, plus he doesn't speak english much.

Higgins started the year in Montreal and didn't look out of place. He to is adjusting from college hockey.

If you are going by Bulldog stats especially early in the season to prove a point, it is ridiculous. The fact is, they are basically an expansion team in the sense that most of their players are new including a new head coach.

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