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02-16-2013, 12:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Analyzer View Post
He was great last year in Montreal and Hamilton. He started off well this year, too but suffered a high ankle sprain and missed some time and just now started to pick his game back up. Sprains are worse than an actual break as the pain/discomfort lingers around.

Best way to see if Leblanc has a future is to see how he does next year. Clean sheet and hopefully injury free.
This makes me appreciate Chuckies performance at age 18 even more.
Louie is around 4 yrs older and no where ready for the NHL. I know injury is partly to blame, but the few times I saw Louie when healthy, he looked small and weak against the big boys. If he can make it to line 3 I would pop open the bubbly stuff. Chuckie will be line one for sure.

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