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Top 10 Worst Montreal Canadiens Players In Recent History
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02-14-2012, 08:45 AM
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Quebec City
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If they're going back to the last Cup win, the runaway winner of this contest is Pierre Sevigny. Once went 32 games over two seasons without even registering a point, despite some time on a line with Kirk Muller. Couldn't skate at all. Couldn't pass, shoot or hit either.
Their honourable mentions are quite brutal. Valeri Bure had a 20 goal season and he's on the list for
Habs players? Perezhogin? Gomez?
Actual terrible hockey players that should be honourable mentions:
Yves Sarault (just missed the 25 game cut off, 1 point in 22 games for the Habs)
Mark Lamb - all that was left from Carbonneau after a series of bad trades; 1 pt in 39 games.
Donald Brashear - had an okay career elsewhere but terrible with the CH, the only thing he did of value was shoot a puck at his coach in practice.
Mick Vukota - worst player to ever lace up the skates for the Habs, but only 22 games
Scott Lachance - awful awful awful
Sylvain Blouin - 22 games seems to be the max for useless enforcers. Montreal acquired this guy twice.
Andrei Bashkirov - brought in to help the offence, 0 goals in 30 games.
Trent McCleary - feel bad for the guy's injury but he was absolutely terrible. Given a sympathy contract for 1999-2000.
Jim Cummins - a disgrace to the # 29
Reid Simpson - actually worse than Todd Simpson
Greg Stewart - proof that enforcers only hurt the team, not help
Ben Maxwell - played 20 games and did absolutely nothing. People were actually upset when he got traded.
Nice list with explanations!
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