Thread: News Article: Leblanc's struggles in Hamilton
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02-04-2013, 03:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Ceux de Montreal View Post
Louis Leblanc will have his shot next year as 4th line center after we figured out the DD/Eller/Plekanec dilemma.
Leblanc (imo) can also be helpful for top 9 center/ case of any injuries to our CENTERS or 2nd-3rd line wingers.

And would love for our Habs to keep all of the above centers you mentioned...but maybe it's not realistic in the long run? but better for our CENTER depth unless Leblanc could be that guy for 9 winger/center.

DD for a 1st Rnd Pick + good prospect? to a team that badly needs a #2 offensive center at the trade deadline? or keep him in case of injuries,etc...

Eller's salary should be relatively decent/cheap, so easy to keep him... DD may ask for a lot when he plays with Cole and PAcioretty imo, but...when he doesn;t have Cole and/or Pacioretty...he may not be as productive (salary won't be as high imo). I would like to see what he can do with Gionta and Bourque...wondering if Bourque and Gionta would do well with DD? (probably since Bourque is now going to the net and Gionta always works hard).

Pleks + Cole +Pacioretty (70 pt season for Pleks imo, so approx. 40pts or close out of 48 games...imo).

really pulling for Leblanc to add that important top 9 depth for our Habs...don't know what the **** is going on this year with LEblanc and the Bulldogs...I'm thinking it's the high ankle sprain...he should be resting then, no? and not making it worse...if that's what it is...
Would be great to know what's going on over there with Bulldogs coach and Leblanc...what is really going on...and terrible 'cause we always have to guess!

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