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06-14-2012, 04:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Mad Habber View Post
Actually, I think a junior eligible player can still join the AHL team after his junior team is eliminated. Years ago, I remember Turner Stevenson doing it. Although things might have changed since then. Turner played the year in Seattle. Played the playoffs in Fredericton. Played the next season in Seattle again. Then he didn't come back for Fredericton's playoffs as his Seattle went deaper in the WHL playoffs.

I'd be surprised if the Bulldogs were a good team next year. Too big of a turnover, and the team is too young. Although those young guys will get some valuable experience playing some important minutes this year. For those looking at this as a development team, it should be a good year. Those looking for results could be disappointed.
I wouldn't be so sure of that at all. I'm sure the Habs will bring in some AHL veteran guys and they have a few returnees who should put up big big minutes as well, who aren't overly old either.

Lots of healthy competition in Hamilton next year for sure either way though.

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