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11-11-2003, 10:50 AM
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Originally Posted by JasonMacIsaac
Ok, Hossa and his 2 points are extreamly important to Montreal, they would be last without him. The guy is so inconsistent it isn't funny. The guy is a fringe player anywhere other then Montreal.
There's only offense to hockey eh? Shows your knowledge.

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Originally Posted by JasonMacIsaac
Perezhogin is nowhere close ready for the NHL, a year and a half in Hamilton should give him time to bulk up. Higgins hasn't been overly impressive yet, but has been OK. These two I don't really mind but its Hainsey, Hossa and Komisarek have no excusses.
Perezhogin isn't ready? Big deal, the guy's 20.

Higgins is also 20 and also in his first AHL year.. what do you expect from rookies? To burn the league? The need time to adapt... (moreso for Perezhogin)

Hainsey is in Montreal and showed he should be a good one. He has good offensive tools and size. He needs to work on consistency. There aren't many 22 years old dmen that are forces in the NHL. Dmen tend to take longer to develop.

Komisarek is behind Brisebois (who's played well), Rivet (who's got a big salary) and Quintal (who's got a big salary). We can't just send one of them to the minors for $$$ reasons, so Komo will be playing in the AHL until one goes. Komo was solid last year in his 20 some games played.

Hossa is playing the boards well and playing well defensively, he isn't putting up points right now but the whole team isn't. See Souray leading the team in goals...

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