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11-24-2012, 02:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Marc the Habs Fan View Post
The main problem with Brisebois was he was trusted to be a #1 or #2 d-man in the dark ages of the late 90's/early 00's, a role he wasn't suited for. He was also then paid as a top pairing guy. That's why he became a whipping boy.

If Beaulieu plays 1000+ games and picks up 400 points or more like Breezer did, not sure how anyone can complain.
Originally Posted by OneSharpMarble View Post
Just like MAB who made league minimum and put up 34points in 60 games? If the coach is an idiot (eg. martin) and doesn't use Beaulieu properly the masses will turn on him the same way everyone here hated MAB for no reason.
Originally Posted by LeMAD View Post
Brisebois was a lot better than MAB though. Brisebois was actually good defensively despite the brain cramps. Bergeron is pretty much a PP specialist.
Brisebois was actually considered a contender for 1st overall a couple of seasons before his draft,he actually had a productive career.Too many people expected Patrice to live up to early expectations IMO and the pressure must have been huge.MAB shouldn't be compared to either Beaulieu or Brisebois as his career has been made on his PP abilities or very selected minutes defensively.Beaulieu is just starting his pro career in the AHL,with Lefebrve,Dufresne and Brisebois helping to teach the Habs young Dmen,I think Nathan's defensive game will improve immensely.Offensively Beaulieu and Subban can lead the Habs PP for yrs. to come after he learns to be responsible defensively(pinching in at the right times).Already he's better than MAB at 28yrs.IMO.

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