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02-14-2013, 03:32 PM
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Desjardins started out great for the dogs this season when he wasn't injured. However, once he struggled, the whole team struggled big time. They're not very good to begin with. I believe around half the team (or more) were ahl rookies. The season started and they lost Gallagher to the habs and Commodore left. I think Desjardin lost interest to try as best he could.

I also read on twitter that Desjardins agent was at the last 2 dog games. Maybe he quietly asked for it ?

If Tokarski only has the potential to be a back up, then that's good for Montreal. Good for Tokarski, too as Budaj is a FA at the end of this season and hasn't been very good. Granted, he only played 2 games.

My guess is Tokarski will be the number 1 in Hamilton, even though Mayer took that from Desjardins. If he does even remotely good he'll probably be given the backup spot next year.

The last part is just if you're a fan of Tokarski/hoping he does well/ what might be in store for his future. I feel bad for him after going from one of the better AHL teams to the worst one.

Habs goaltending depth chart behind Price and Budaj

Desjardins (Now Tokarski)

Your goaltending depth is great and that's with me forgetting about Vasilevski

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